Articles by David Shepardson

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U.S. FAA In Contact With SpaceX After Booster Rocket Fire

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Tuesday it was in "close contact" with SpaceX as the company reviewed a fire that occurred as part of its Super Heavy booster rocket development, but that the agency was barred from investigating the matter.

U.S. Warns Airlines It May Issue Regulations Barring Child Seating Fees

The U.S. Transportation Department on Friday https://www.transportation.gov/individuals/aviation-consumer-protection/family-seating/June-2022-notice warned airlines it may issue regulations prohibiting them from charging extra fees to allow young children to sit next to accompanying family members.

U.S. Agency Probing Cruise Crash In California

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a special investigation into a recent crash of a Cruise vehicle in California that resulted in minor injuries, the agency said on Thursday.

U.S. Auto Safety Agency Plans New Push Against Speeding

The head of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said on Wednesday the agency plans a new push to convince Americans to stop speeding, hoping to reduce traffic deaths which have risen sharply in recent years.

Spirit Renews Support For Frontier Merger After It Boosts Offer

Spirit Airlines Inc said on Friday it has renewed its support for a merger deal after Frontier Group Holdings raised its cash offer by $2 per share to buy its rival ultra-low cost airline, according to a regulatory filing https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/0001498710/000149871022000264/save-20220624.htm.

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