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  • People Express announces flights from Newport News to Newark, Boston, Pittsburgh starting June 30

    People Express announces flights from Newport News to Newark, Boston, Pittsburgh starting June 30
    People Express officially launched Friday and said it will offer daily round-trip flights from Newport News to Newark, Boston and Pittsburgh beginning on June 30. The company made the announcement at Concourse A at Newport News-Williamsburg...
  • Dispute with airline has musicians fiddling on the tarmac

    Dispute with airline has musicians fiddling on the tarmac
    A dispute over two violins on a US Airways flight ended with a musician fiddling away his time on the tarmac at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The feud resulted in a YouTube video that already has more than 200,000 views. The musicians, Zach...
  • Wisconsin pilot killed during air show identified

    Wisconsin pilot killed during air show identified
    Wisconsin authorities released the name of the pilot killed Sunday during the Stevens Point  annual air show. William M. Cowden, 47, of Menomonie, was flying a 1993 Russian-built Yak-55M, a single-seat, single-engine plane that crashed in a wooded...
  • FAA May Approve Use of Drones for Filmmaking

    The Federal Aviation Administration is considering a proposal to allow production companies to use drones in film and TV production. Seven aerial photo and video production companies, with the blessing of the MPAA, have asked the FAA for an exemption...
  • Tenants say Santa Monica Airport must operate until at least 2023

    Tenants say Santa Monica Airport must operate until at least 2023
    National aviation groups and Santa Monica Airport tenants, including actor Harrison Ford, filed a federal complaint Wednesday challenging the long-held position of city officials that the embattled airport can be shut down next July. Santa Monica...
  • Santa Monica Airport closure in 2015 challenged by tenants

     Santa Monica Airport closure in 2015 challenged by tenants
    Actor Harrison Ford, other Santa Monica Airport tenants and national aviation groups filed a federal complaint Wednesday, challenging the long-held position of the city that the embattled airport can be shut down in July 2015. Santa Monica leaders...
  • FAA to consider allowing drones for movies

    FAA to consider allowing drones for movies
    The federal government may open the skies to Hollywood. The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday that it would consider a request by several companies to use drones for filming movies and TV shows. The agency said it was reviewing a request...
  • Vintage fighter plane crashes in Durango, Colo., killing 2

    A vintage World War II fighter plane built in 1944 crashed Friday morning shortly after taking off in Durango, Colo., killing the two people aboard, authorities said. The victims' identities have not been released. Dan Bender, spokesman for the La...
  • O'Hare noise a pain to changing cast of neighborhoods

     O'Hare noise a pain to changing cast of neighborhoods
    Most of us like to think of ourselves as good people — kind-hearted souls who mourn other people's misfortune, sympathetic types who would hate to see our neighbors suffer. But any notions I may have had about my own generosity of spirit have been...
  • Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk: 'Killing Daddy' and more

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 6 - 12, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- MOVIES The Best Man Holiday Writer-director Malcolm...
  • LAX to spend $200 million to meet federal runway safety standards

    LAX to spend $200 million to meet federal runway safety standards
    In a project designed to bring Los Angeles International Airport into compliance with federal safety standards, officials will spend about $200 million to expand and refurbish runway-buffer zones. The plan calls for enhancing safety areas at the ends...