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  • Huge delays at San Francisco airport as storm rakes Northern California

    Huge delays at San Francisco airport as storm rakes Northern California
    A so-called atmospheric river of rain and powerful wind has triggered massive delays at San Francisco International Airport, knocked down power lines and generally wreaked havoc on Northern California commuters. The Federal Aviation Administration...
  • Worst of storm appears to be over for parts of Northern California, as rain and wind die down

    Northern California was hit by a second wet and windy storm on Sunday, though it appeared to do far less damage than a similar system two days earlier. The worst of the wind and rain was over for the San Francisco Bay Area by the early afternoon,...
  • Airport Authority, Burbank City Council to hold special meetings

    Airport Authority, Burbank City Council to hold special meetings
    [UPDATED 2/7 7:25 p.m.] The Airport Authority will hold a special meeting Monday morning to discuss issues regarding the sale of the 58-acre 'opportunity site' as well as whether to change voting procedures to provide Burbank representatives with...
  • FAA investigating drone video of downtown Naperville

    FAA investigating drone video of downtown Naperville
    Following an inquiry from Naperville police Chief Bob Marshall, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed the agency is investigating a video shot by the owner of an unmanned small aircraft as it flew over downtown at night. "I have spoken with...
  • FAA warns: No drones allowed at the Super Bowl

    WASHINGTON In case you were thinking of bringing your drone to the Super Bowl this weekend, the Federal Aviation Administration is issuing a reminder that no drones are allowed. According to an FAA release, the agency bars unauthorized aircraft �...
  • Maker of drone that crashed on White House grounds to stop flights over D.C.

    The manufacturer of the drone that crashed on the White House grounds earlier this week plans to install software in its devices that would prevent them from flying in Washington. DJI, the China-based company that manufactures the quad-copter found at...
  • United Airlines faces $1.3 million fine over cargo

    United Airlines faces $1.3 million fine over cargo
    Safety regulators seek to fine United Airlines $1.3 million, claiming that the carrier violated rules about shipping hazardous material often by inaccurately describing the amount of the cargo. The Federal Aviation Administration said Tuesday that...
  • Super Bowl jet-setters get topflight travel treatment

    Super Bowl jet-setters get topflight travel treatment
    For some travelers visiting Arizona for the Super Bowl, the trip may be just as memorable as the game. Hundreds of luxury jets will arrive at the eight airports around metropolitan Phoenix by kickoff Sunday, adding to the thousands of flights expected...
  • SkyMall's crash landing: Structural defect or pilot error?

    SkyMall's crash landing: Structural defect or pilot error?
    SkyMall wasn't all life-size Yeti statues, John McCain gargoyle sculptures and motorized, voice-controlled Star Wars R2-D2 toys. My daughter sleeps on a bed my wife picked out of the SkyMall catalog at 30,000 feet. That's also where we found the shelves...
  • Schlitterbahn plans Lauderdale water park, but has money problems in Texas

    Schlitterbahn plans Lauderdale water park, but has money problems in Texas
    A stream of unpaid bills for a Schlitterbahn water park being built in Texas has Fort Lauderdale officials wondering if the company's plans for a complex here could evaporate. Schlitterbahn faces $765,000 in liens for not paying bills related to the...
  • Boca airport tackles development at meeting

    Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery had its sign approved and opened on Jan. 26 on Airport Road. A Boy Scout was sent back to the drawing board for his World War II memorial. Another $20,000 to $60,000 could be available for the new U.S. Customs facility. Noise...