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The Federal Aviation Administration is a governmental body of the United States with powers to regulate all aspects of civil aviation in that nation as well as over its surrounding international waters.

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2 killed after single-engine plane crashes following takeoff in Los Angeles
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2 killed after single-engine plane crashes following takeoff in Los Angeles

Two people have died after a single-engine plane crashed shortly after takeoff from Van Nuys Airport in the Los Angeles area, the NBC Los Angeles broadcaster reports.

US FAA orders inspection of some Boeing 737 jets
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US FAA orders inspection of some Boeing 737 jets

Washington, July 25 The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an emergency order for an inspection of ...

Boeing fails to inform of key 737 MAX design changes: Report
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Boeing fails to inform of key 737 MAX design changes: Report

Washington, July 1 A US government report has found that airplane giant Boeing failed to submit certification documents ...

4 of Florida family, including 2 kids, heading for funeral in Indiana, killed in Georgia plane crash
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4 of Florida family, including 2 kids, heading for funeral in Indiana, killed in Georgia plane crash

As many as five people- four members of a Florida family, including two siblings, aged 4 and 6, as well as the pilot - were killed when a small one-engine plane crashed in the area near Lake Oconee in north Georgia on Friday (local time), Sputnik reported citing local media.

Boeing, FAA blamed for Lion Air crash: Report
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Boeing, FAA blamed for Lion Air crash: Report

A faulty design and certification process were crucial factors in the deadly Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX crash that killed 189 people last year in Indonesia, a final report into the accident released on Friday by the countrys transportation authority.

Concerns raised in 2016 over Boeing 737 MAX safety
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Concerns raised in 2016 over Boeing 737 MAX safety

A Boeing Co senior pilot had raised concerns in a series of messages in 2016 to a colleague about certain systems on the 737 MAX jet, which were later implicated in two fatal crashes leading to the aircraft's global grounding.

Iran dismisses possibility of war amid US tensions
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Iran dismisses possibility of war amid US tensions

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has dismissed the possibility of war breaking out in the region amid rising tensions with the US, saying that Tehran doesn't want a conflict and no country had the "idea or illusion that it can confront Iran".

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