From SpaceX and Tesla to Uber and Lyft, many of the most successful companies thrived without the government's stamp of approval.
The company has agreed to purchase 15 supersonic airliners from Denver-based aerospace startup Boom.
Safety Investigators Confirm the 'Kobe Bryant and Gianna Bryant Helicopter Safety Act' Wouldn't Have Prevented the Fatal Crash That Killed Lakers Legend
The National Transportation Safety Board has confirmed that a costly terrain warning system lawmakers wanted to mandate in response to Bryant's death would have been a non-factor in the accident that killed him.
America has been lagging behind other countries.
The Drone Integration and Zoning Act seeks to expand private property rights and give localities more say in airspace regulation.
"The safety of the American people and all people is our paramount concern," Trump said.
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Farming out airport security and air traffic control would help to immunize air travel from the Congressional budget chaos.
Congress gives a nod to new technologies in renewing the aviation safety agency's legal authority, while punting on real reforms.
The FAA banned flight-sharing apps, but Sen. Mike Lee has introduced a bill to overturn that decision.
The Department of Transportation will experiment with expanding what commercial uses are allowed.
Regulators, for once, are pushing back.
The Senate apparently wants to leave the current out-dated, needlessly expensive FAA system in place.
Dozens of countries have modernized successfully.
And believe it or not, his proposal isn't half bad.
Hobbyists freed from shackles of new FAA regulations.
Great accomplishment in the history of human flight, or the greatest accomplishment in the history of human flight?
We'll have to keep dreaming about the day the Tacocopter will forever change the way humans fulfill their cravings for Mexican food.
Is more oversight truly needed, or just more risk awareness?
If not for Federal Aviation Administration meddling in supersonic flight innovation, we could zip around the world in a fraction of the time.
Agency demands you retroactively report any device weighing more than half a pound.
A series of poor proposals from the Federal Aviation Administration threatens to ground much of the commercial drone industry before it even takes flight.