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  • Pilot tried to return to runway in Wellington crash

    Pilot tried to return to runway in Wellington crash
    The pilot of a homebuilt aircraft apparently lost power and tried to return to the runway, only to crash into a pond at the Wellington Aero Club last week, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report Tuesday. Just before the...
  • Behind the scenes of Kate Upton's zero gravity photo shoot in Titusville

    Behind the scenes of Kate Upton's zero gravity photo shoot in Titusville
    Supermodel Kate Upton visited Florida's Space Coast last March for a photo shoot for the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.  This week, the 50th anniversary issue hit newstands with photos of Upton floating in zero gravity.  In partnership with...
  • Judge tosses Santa Monica's airport lawsuit

    Judge tosses Santa Monica's airport lawsuit
    A federal judge threw out Santa Monica's lawsuit to wrest control of its airport from the U.S. government this week, but community activists vowed on Friday to keep fighting to shut down the historic facility. "This case is far from over," said Martin...
  • Drone Use By WFSB Employee At Fatal Crash Under Investigation

    Drone Use By WFSB Employee At Fatal Crash Under Investigation
    HARTFORD — The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating if a WFSB employee violated agency regulations when he flew a drone equipped with a camera over the scene of a fatal car crash on Feb. 1. "The FAA became aware of the incident last...
  • United flight turbulence tosses passengers around cabin; 5 injured

    United flight turbulence tosses passengers around cabin; 5 injured
    A flight attendant remained hospitalized Tuesday after a United Airlines flight experienced turbulence so severe that passengers, including a baby, were tossed about the cabin. Flight 1676 from Denver dropped suddenly and "hard" as it began its...
  • Piloto experimentado muere en accidente de avión en Wellington

    Piloto experimentado muere en accidente de avión en Wellington
    Un piloto de mucha experiencia que voló helicópteros para la infantería de Marina y aviones comerciales para American Airlines murió el lunes cuando su nuevo avión _un pequeño aparato azul y amarillo de fabricación casera, que había mostrado orgulloso a...
  • Florida Express plans Lauderdale-Orlando-Tally service March 20

    Florida Express plans Lauderdale-Orlando-Tally service March 20
    South Florida travelers frustrated by the limited and often expensive flight options to Orlando and Tallahassee could soon have another option for getting there. Florida Express Jet Travel announced Monday that it plans to launch daily nonstop flights...
  • Schiff, lawmakers concerned about FAA response about helicopter noise

    Area lawmakers, including Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), are voicing concerns about the FAA's response to their request that the agency better deal with helicopter noise in the San Fernando Valley and the greater Los Angeles basin. Federal Aviation...
  • Congress OKs measure to cut helicopter noise in L.A. County

    Congress OKs measure to cut helicopter noise in L.A. County
    For years, residents across Los Angeles County have complained about noise from low-flying helicopters, some of them carrying sightseers, paparazzi and even real estate agents. But new legislation, tucked into the massive federal spending bill approved by...
  • New spending bill funds port dredging and airport towers

    New spending bill funds port dredging and airport towers
    A $1 trillion spending bill passed by Congress late Thursday — averting another shutdown by funding the government through October — directs tens of millions of dollars to the port of Baltimore and will keep airport control towers open...
  • In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones

    In one Colorado town, it's open season on drones
    Wearing a black duster and a black cowboy hat, Phil Steel walked to the front of the meeting room armed with a Nerf gun and a smile. The U.S. Army veteran was there to pitch his big idea: an ordinance that would legalize and regulate drone hunting...