Flytennow Sues FAA To Continue Services

Flytenow, a business that connects private pilots with passengers who want to share flight costs through the Internet, has filed a lawsuit against the FAA to continue its services. Flytenow passengers do not pay for tickets or the pilot’s time, but share fuel and fee costs, the company said. The...

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