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TSA Administrator David Pekoske
Pekoske: Airport security screeners will remain working in shutdown 
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screeners will remain working at airport security lanes in the event of a US government shutdown, TSA administrator David Pekoske said.
FAA drone registry has more than 1 million users 
The FAA’s national drone registry has surpassed 1 million recreational and commercial small unmanned aircraft users, US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said.
Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200
Ocean Infinity wins contract from Malaysia to resume MH370 search 
Marine survey firm Ocean Infinity said it has received a contract from the government of Malaysia to resume searching for the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 that disappeared in March 2014.
LaHood to lead New York JFK storm issues investigation
Former US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood will lead an independent investigation of the disruptions at New York JFK following a winter storm last week, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced.
US company awaits contract to resume MH370 search 
A US-based marine survey firm expects a contract award from the Malaysian government within days to resume searching for the Boeing 777-200 that disappeared almost four years ago while operating as Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
West Wind Aviation to continue ATR 42 flights 
Canada’s West Wind Aviation expects to resume flying its ATR 42s early this week after completing a review of a Dec. 13 accident that substantially damaged one of its twin turboprop regional aircraft.
US senators introduce legislation to reauthorize NTSB 
US senators have introduced legislation to reauthorize the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) at a funding level higher than that in its current budget.