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2/20/2018

Design a safe, thrilling, and useful personal flying device and you could walk -- or fly -- away with a million-dollar reward. The first deadline for the GoFly Prize is April 18 when a written report and a preliminary drawing are due.

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2/20/2018

The Federal Aviation Administration's budget request for 2019 features some cuts to Aviation Safety Office resources, including a 1.7% reduction in funding and 79 fewer full-time-equivalent employees.

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MRO Network
2/20/2018

An "explosive component" used to train canines at Florida's Miami International Airport was lost for about 15 minutes on Monday. Police recovered the bag from a married couple who work at the airport and were questioning them.

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2/20/2018

A Transavia Airlines flight from Dubai to Amsterdam Schiphol made an emergency landing at Austria's Vienna International Airport after a fight broke out between passengers. Police removed four passengers from the plane.

2/20/2018

Tyler Morse, chief executive of MCR, a hotel owner and developer in New York, talks about his plans for the empty TWA terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Morse plans to transform the terminal into a hotel with a 200,000-square-foot museum celebrating the terminal, midcentury design and the dawn of the jet age.

2/20/2018

In 2017 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University launched the Language as a Human Factor in Aviation Safety initiative, designed to increase awareness of the role of language, improve aviation safety and enhance future investigations.

2/20/2018

A bicyclist has died after being struck by a hit-and-run driver at New York's LaGuardia Airport. Police with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are investigating.

2/20/2018

A 2-year-old boy's leg was broken after his foot got caught in an escalator at British Columbia's Vancouver International Airport. Airport officials say an investigation is underway.

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Fox News
2/19/2018

JetBlue Airways is offering free airfare and ground transportation to families of the victims of last week's school shooting in Parkland, Fla. "This week's events are felt by all of our 21,000 crewmembers, many of whom live in, work from and travel through the Broward County area, home to our Focus City, Fort Lauderdale," the carrier said.

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2/19/2018

Five leading defense contractors -- Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon -- had combined sales to the US government of more than $110 billion in 2016. These companies are well-positioned as the government prepares to increase its investment in defense.