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219Man's GPS Jammer Causes Problems At Newark Airport

Gary Bojczak used the jammer intending to hide his whereabouts from his employer

A New Jersey man trying to hide his whereabouts from his employer inadvertently interfered with operations at Newark Liberty International Airport.

44Small plane gives Volvo buzz cut on landing

Frank and Heather Laudo got a surprise recently as they drove by the Northwest Regional Airport in Roanoke, Texas. The couple's Volvo XC90 was struck by a small aircraft coming in for a landing. Student pilot William Davis clipped the roof of the crossover with his plane's fixed landing gear, shattering glass in the vehicle and sending the plane sliding into a field. Davis' wife captured the whole event on film. Neither the pilot nor his instructor were harmed in the collision, though the Laudos

43HondaJet production underway

During a press conference at the National Business Aviation Association's annual convention in Orlando, Florida, Honda announced that production has begun of its HondaJet line. Honda considers this a major milestone in the development of the business jet. The Japanese company has stated that its next milestones are FAA approval and delivery of its first model.

27Video: FAA certifies missionary's Subaru-powered flying car

Missionary Steve Saint and his FAA Certified Flying Car – Click above to watch video after the jump

37Terrafugia Transition flying "car" gets special FAA exemption, sees clear skies ahead?

Terrafugia Transition – Click above for high-res image gallery

16TSA reminds airline passengers to leave automotive airbags at home

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a governmental agency tasked with securing all modes of transportation in the U.S., has noticed an increase of airline passengers traveling with airbags – yes, the government-mandated inflatable safety devices that reside in our vehicles to keep us from impacting the steering wheel, dashboard and side pillars in a crash. While airbags are pricey commodities on the secondary market in the States, they are worth even more overseas says the TS

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