US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Who wants to fly over Taliban-held Afghanistan? New US aviation agency rules allow it, but planes largely avoid it

Who wants to fly over Taliban-held Afghanistan? New US aviation agency rules allow it, but planes largely avoid it

  • Though landlocked, Afghanistan’s position in central Asia means it sits along the most direct routes for those traveling from India to Europe and America
  • The FAA says it believes flights at or above 32,000 feet remain out of reach of Taliban anti-aircraft weapons, even if fired from a mountain top
By AP ·

Boeing hires pilots for relaunch of 737 MAX

Boeing hires pilots for relaunch of 737 MAX

By Reuters ·