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As a consequence of the Federal Aviation Act, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was founded on August 23, 1958. They were created to regulate and monitor civil aviation within the United States. This involves controlling air traffic, ensuring airport safety, and certifying pilots and aircraft.
The safety and efficiency of air travel have been increased by the Administration’s inclusion of new technologies and regulations since its establishment. To support growth in the aerospace industry and promote innovation in aviation, is one of many roles played by The Administration. The Administration is concentrating on modernizing the national airspace system, promoting sustainable aviation, and further enhancing safety and security for future plans.
Air travel safety incidents have brought the Administration into the spotlight numerous times. In response to incidents of battery fires, the Administration grounded all Boeing 787 Dreamliners in 2013. The Administration has also taken part in investigating and responding to multiple aviation disasters. For instance, the incident involving Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in 2019.
To ensure aviation safety, the infrastructure of the Administration consists not only of a network comprising air traffic control towers and facilities but also a framework consisting regulations and guidelines. The Administration’s sizeable online presence includes a website offering valuable information to pilots, travelers, and members of the general public.
Significant downtime incidents have been experienced by the Administration in the past. In 2015, a widespread technical fault led to massive flight cancellations and delays all over the United States, as an example. A software system used by air traffic controllers malfunctioned and caused the incident.
The Administration protects its computer systems and information from cyber threats. Like numerous other organizations, it too has encountered some security breaches. In 2019, a hacker gained access to Administration’s computer systems and made away with personal data pertaining to both its employees and contractors.
The Administration depends on several APIs to back up its programs and services. The APIs it incorporates consist of:
- You can get information on notices about possible risks during air travel by using the NOTAM search API.
- The API provided by FAA Air Traffic Control System Command Center offers access to real-time information regarding air traffic delays and congestion.
- Information regarding airport closures, delays as well as any other elements affecting air-travel can be retrieved using the Airport Status API.
- The API for the Wildlife Strike Database allows for the retrieval of information concerning bird strikes and other occurrences that involve wildlife and airplanes.
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