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The FAA procrastinated on 5G aviation tests for two years

The Verge

The FAA says some 777s are cleared to fly to airports with 5G C-band

Forbes Tech

Prolonging The FAA-FCC Dispute Deprives Americans Of 5G In The C-Band

Ars Technica

Ajit Pai and Tom Wheeler agree: The FAA is behaving badly in battle against FCC

Forbes Tech

UK Spectrum Expert: The FAA Fails To Justify 5G Delays

Forbes Tech

The FAA Dishonors Its Impressive Safety Record When It Impugns 5G

Ars Technica

The FAA releases initial report on Boca Chica launches, and it’s not terrible

Ars Technica

The FAA grounds Virgin Galactic’s spaceship after flight deviation

The Verge

Fly a drone? The FAA’s new TRUST test is easy — and mandatory

Fast Company

Airlines weighing passengers before a flight? The FAA says most probably won’t do that

WIRED

The SolarWinds Body Count Now Includes NASA and the FAA

The Verge

The FAA is no longer concerned with SpaceX’s Starship SN9 and SN8

CleanTechnica

I Agree With Elon: The FAA Doesn’t Do New Things Very Well

The Verge

The FAA just greenlit this drone to fly autonomously without a human nearby

Engadget

The FAA will test drone detecting technologies in airports this year

TechCrunch

The FAA proposes remote ID technology for drones

Adweek

The FAA Is Concerned About Your Christmas Lights

The Washington Post

Are airplane seats getting dangerously small? The FAA is about to find out.

Fast Company

The FAA is banning some MacBook Pros from flights–here’s why

The Verge

The FAA has reportedly banned the recalled MacBook Pro from all flights