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Trump Promises To Modernize American Airports

Michael Qazvini, In a meeting with airline executives Thursday morning, President Trump vowed to help rebuild the country’s dilapidated airports as part of his campaign to increase infrastructure spending. “Among the attendees were Brad Tilden, chairman and CEO of Alaska Airlines; Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines; Robin Hayes, president and CEO of JetBlue

˜Hillary For Prison’ Banner to Fly Above Clinton Speech at Florida International University

Infowars, Help refuel the flight against Crooked Hillary and the globalists. Infowars’ “Hillary for Prison 2016” banner will take to the skies this weekend flying over a Hillary Clinton speaking event at a Florida college. The Infowars team and FlySigns.com are once again teaming up to display the eye-catching aerial banner Saturday, July 23 at

Danger in the cockpit: FAA records show pilots fly drunk, engage in criminal activity

An American Airlines pilot flunked two sobriety tests before a 7 a.m. flight out of Detroit. An Alaska Airlines pilot flew a commercial plane from California to Oregon and back again, all while allegedly drunk. Yet another pilot, from United, allegedly moonlighted as a pimp, running half a dozen brothels out of apartments in Houston,

Drone Almost Hit Airliner in Recent Weeks: FAA Official

 An unmanned aircraft almost struck a US Airways flight over Florida in March, a pilot told the Federal Aviation Administration, highlighting safety concerns as U.S. regulators develop rules for civilian drone use. The Bombardier Inc. CRJ2 regional jet was about 5 miles from Tallahassee Regional Airport at an altitude of 2,300 feet (701 meters) when

Malaysia Probes Radar Blip Detected Away From Jet’s Route

Malaysia is investigating an unexplained radar blip detected far off the course of Flight 370 as Vietnam checked another lead closer to the missing plane’s route that proved to be a dead end. The location and timing of the object described today by Malaysia’s air force chief are potentially significant. Radar picked up the unknown

TSA Orders Over Half-Ton Of High Powered Explosive

Prepper Podcast – by James Smith  Put this in the “What in the hell are they thinking?” category, but the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) protectors of the friendly skies, the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) has submitted another requestfor high explosives via the Federal Business Online website today, and has issued a Limited Source Justification for three businesses

Feds announce test sites for drone aircraft

Six states were named Monday by federal officials to develop test sites for drones — a critical next step for the burgeoning industry that could one day produce thousands of unmanned aircraft for use by businesses, farmers and researchers. Alaska, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Texas and Virginia will host the research sites, providing diverse