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  • Ontario airport worth much less than L.A. is asking for, audit says

    Ontario airport worth much less than L.A. is asking for, audit says
    In Ontario's legal battle to gain control over LA/Ontario International Airport, a new audit contends that the sale price offered by Los Angeles is inflated by at least $181 million. If Ontario wants the airport back, Los Angeles officials have said,...
  • Air Force approves a bomber training airspace expansion over northern Plains

    The Air Force on Friday approved a proposal to expand a bomber training area over the northern Plains, a move that helps keep a South Dakota base open but has raised concerns over loud, low-flying aircraft disrupting civilian flights and damaging rural...
  • Ex-Arlington Heights mayor leaving as chair of O'Hare noise panel

    Ex-Arlington Heights mayor leaving as chair of O'Hare noise panel
    Former Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene Mulder announced Friday that she will not seek re-election in March as chairman of the O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission. Mulder has chaired the city-suburban commission since it was formed by the city of...
  • Got a drone for Christmas – now what?

    Got a drone for Christmas – now what?
    As drones become more popular — they were big sellers for Christmas — the question is being raised: Do people know how to safely use them? Authorities have reported close calls and even injuries caused by drones in Central Florida recently,...
  • Obama moves will open Cuba to more travel, commerce

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration announced new rules Thursday that will greatly expand the leeway American travelers have to travel to Cuba, allow more trade between the former adversaries and make it easier to do business with Cuba. The new rules...
  • Power Plant Plan Draws Crowd To Hilltop Near Waterbury-Oxford Airport

    Power Plant Plan Draws Crowd To Hilltop Near Waterbury-Oxford Airport
    OXFORD — As many as 100 people drove to a hilltop here on Thursday to look at two large red balloons, billowing in the wind. The balloons, floating about 150 feet above the hilltop, mark the spot where — and how high — two smokestacks...
  • Trump sues for $100M over flights above Florida club

    Trump sues for $100M over flights above Florida club
    WEST PALM BEACH — Donald Trump, no stranger to noisy publicity, is complaining again about the roar of jets in a $100 million lawsuit over air traffic that he says is purposely being directed to fly over his ritzy Palm Beach club. Trump filed...
  • Pilot killed in New Smyrna Beach plane crash identified as woman from Japan

    Pilot killed in New Smyrna Beach plane crash identified as woman from Japan
    The pilot killed in Tuesday's plane crash in New Smyrna Beach was identified today as a woman from Japan. Mihoko Tabata, 38, "has been living in the United States off and on and most recently came to Volusia County" on Saturday, said Gary Davidson, a...
  • Jet fuel tax revenue in Illinois at risk, group says

     Jet fuel tax revenue in Illinois at risk, group says
    Illinois and the city of Chicago must make sure $21.5 million in jet-fuel sales tax revenue goes toward airports and aviation programs, according to a new study funded by a national labor union. Currently, such money in Illinois and other states...
  • One dead in New Smyrna plane crash, U.S. Coast Guard says

    One dead in New Smyrna plane crash, U.S. Coast Guard says
    A woman died Tuesday night in a plane crash in New Smyrna Beach, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office. The Cessna 152 crashed into the ocean surf about 9 p.m., said Gary Davidson, public information officer. The wreckage was located about...
  • Delta Flight 2116 makes emergency landing at LAX

    Delta Flight 2116 makes emergency landing at LAX
    A Delta Air Lines jet has landed safely after a midair scare forced an emergency return to Los Angeles International Airport. Carrying 152 people, Delta Flight 2116 landed at LAX just after 9:30 a.m. after circling above Southern California to burn fuel...