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The flight restrictions, which included airspace over the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman, came after Iran launched an attack on military bases in Iraq.
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In the continued aftermath of two fatal crashes, grounded Boeing 737 Max jets will lead to thousands of flight cancellations in the coming months.
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The government issued a statement Wednesday saying Boeing will need to "mitigate" the issue before the Max 8 jets could be put back in service.
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Dennis Muilenburg conceded the planemaker made an error in its in handling of a warning-system problem in its 737 Max jet.
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The pilot, who crashed atop a midtown Manhattan high-rise, was not licensed to fly in the kind of weather the city had that day.
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Approximately 115 flights will be canceled per day through Sept. 3, the airline said on Sunday.
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Boeing finally told the FAA about a problem with its 737 Max aircraft 13 months after it discovered the problem.
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The Lion Air's pilots reportedly flipped through a manual to find help instead of disengaging the system.
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The Federal Aviation Administration said there was "no basis" to ground the plane, despite the recent crash in Ethiopia.
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The Max 8 is the same plane at the center of a growing global ban by more than 40 countries following a fatal crash in Ethiopia.
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The FAA has resisted calls from Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Mitt Romney and others to ground the aircraft until a full investigation is complete.
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It's unlikely the three crew members on board survived, authorities said.
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"Do we have your attention now, Leader McConnell?" the Association of Flight Attendants union said.
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The Federal Aviation Administration said air traffic control staffing issues had led it to “adjust operations to a safe rate.”
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Reports from two flights said a drone had been spotted over nearby Teterboro Airport.
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If they didn't, the administration wouldn't be calling back more and more of them from furlough.
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A number of aviation industry groups have voiced concerns about potential safety lapses during the shutdown.
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Staffers from agencies including the IRS and the FAA will be forced to start punching the clock again.
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This is the third union to sue the Trump administration for making federal employees work without pay during the government closure.
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