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Funny story: 737 Ka-MAX-Kaze simulator upgrade

737 Ka-MAX-Kaze simulator upgrade

Boeing, Renton Field, Washington: After the revelations that 737 Ka-MAX-Kazee simulators can’t replicate the conditions which two 737 Ka-MAX-Kazee planes crashed, two airplane parking attendants, Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne, have set up 'Dumb an...

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Funny story: FAA Investigates Van Crash

FAA Investigates Van Crash

MON AMI, FLORIDATED — In an attempt to cut costs, Amerikan Airlines drove a wingless passenger van off a four-story parking garage at Mon Ami International Airport. The fifty-year-old pilot, Mahatma Kane Jeeves, who asked to remain anonymous, sust...

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Funny story: FAA designates "no fly" airspace above White House...Cuckcoos nest!

FAA designates "no fly" airspace above White House...Cuckcoos nest!

FAA designates "no fly" airspace above White House...Cuckcoos's nest! President-elect Donald Trump reportedly was furious when informed yesterday that the FAA (Federal Aviation Authority) was designating the "no fly" airspace above the  White Hous...

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Funny story: Science and Technolgy : 1 - FAA : 0

Science and Technolgy : 1 - FAA : 0

WHITEWASHINGTON, DC -- In dismissing a U. S. Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) lawsuit against a drone "pilot," a federal judge has, in effect, given the okay to the non-commercial aerial transportation of goods. "They have a right to fly the friendl...

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Funny story: FAA To Allow Smoking On All Hijacked Flights

FAA To Allow Smoking On All Hijacked Flights

WASHINGTON, D.C.-The Federal Aviation Administration announced this afternoon that passengers aboard all hijacked commercial airlines would be allowed to smoke during those flights. "We realize that nothing calms down a smoker, like lighting one up,"...

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Funny story: US Government Might Turn Over Air Traffic Control to Bird Watchers

US Government Might Turn Over Air Traffic Control to Bird Watchers

If the mandatory budget cuts known as sequestration go into effect in a few days, the Federal Aviation Administration says it will have no choice but to turn over air traffic control services to bird watchers. "I think it'll work out great," sai...

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Funny story: The FAA Grounds All Boeing 787s

The FAA Grounds All Boeing 787s

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Federal Aviation Administration has just issued an order that will officially ground all brand new Boeing 787 jetliners immediately. Lupita Chuffovich, 27, spokesperson for the FAA stated that extremely stringent inspections...

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Funny story: Superman grounded after air-safety fears

Superman grounded after air-safety fears

The Man of Steel, Superman, has been grounded amid rumours he is unfit to fly. "Thanks to WikiLeaks," said Federal Aviation Authority spokesperson, Alex Luther, "we know now that Superman is short sighted, and he does not fly whilst using any visi...

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Funny story: FAA to publish Air Traffic Controllers cell phone numbers

FAA to publish Air Traffic Controllers cell phone numbers

Atlantic City, N.J. - Officials at FAATECH (a.k.a. NAFEC, a.k.a. Atlantic City Airport a.k.a The Rascal Lounge) have solved the somnolence issues with a rash stroke. Dr. Vonblight, public relations for the FAA, addressed a small group of reporters fr...

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Funny story: Obama Moves to Waken Air Traffic Controllers

Obama Moves to Waken Air Traffic Controllers

The Obama administration has moved decisively to prevent another air trafic controller castrophe. Wednesday night 3/23/2011, at Reagan international airport, pilots were forced to land their planes 'blind'. The lone air traffic controller on duty...

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Funny story: Santa Claus and FAA Butt Heads Over Holiday Flight

Santa Claus and FAA Butt Heads Over Holiday Flight

It appears the FAA and Santa Claus are at odds with each other. While filing his flight plan for Christmas eve the FAA had new rules, regulations and stipulations that have to be met before domestic travel. First, Santa must comply with a full bo...

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Funny story: Investigation Launched After "Successful Trial Run" of Detachable Landing Gear

Investigation Launched After "Successful Trial Run" of Detachable Landing Gear

BUFFALO, NY - Pinochle Airlines was quick to issue a press release when one of its plane's wheels fell off and rolled away upon touching down at Buffalo Niagara International Airport earlier this week. According to the release, Pinochle claims "comp...

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Funny story: FAA to make it offical all Birds have to wear Transponders

FAA to make it offical all Birds have to wear Transponders

Because of the recent crash of US Airways Flight 1549 into the Hudson river and the probability that it was caused by a bird strike, all birds, including pigeons, are to be outfitted with a portable transponder, allowing them to be tracked by air tra...

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Funny story: Chesley Sullenberger Named Head of FAA

Chesley Sullenberger Named Head of FAA

Pilot Chesley Sullenberger will head the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). President-elect Barack Obama announced the appointment Friday morning. "Sullenberger has demonstrated a unique understanding of aviation safety," said Obama. The pilot...

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Funny story: FAA Plans to ground all World Airlines

FAA Plans to ground all World Airlines

Making it clear that safety is here to stay again, the FAA plan to extend their grounding of air carriers to every air carrier in the world, bringing "US Style Safety' to airlines that, while they may not have explicitly requested the assist...

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Funny story: Study Finds Americans Have Inexplicable Attraction to Luggage Carousels

Study Finds Americans Have Inexplicable Attraction to Luggage Carousels

A study by the Feudal Aviation Administration (FAA) shows Americans cannot keep themselves from standing as close to luggage carousels as humanly possible despite the obvious dangers and impracticality.

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Funny story: The FAA and Homeland security ban Santa Claus from domestic airspace

The FAA and Homeland security ban Santa Claus from domestic airspace

In a surprise move today The Federal Aviation Administration and Homeland Security joined forces to unilaterally deny domestic air space clearance to the traditional Christmas Eve sleigh ride by Santa Claus.

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