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  • NTSB: Robinson helicopter crashes have killed 19, injured 41 in Florida since 2000

    NTSB: Robinson helicopter crashes have killed 19, injured 41 in Florida since 2000
    The cause behind Central Florida's deadliest helicopter crash two weeks ago likely awaits a yearlong investigation to figure out what went tragically wrong in the last minutes of the three victims' lives. Recreational pilot Bruce Teitelbaum became so...
  • Residents weigh in on aircraft noise at Bob Hope Airport

    Burbank resident Mike Moynahan said when his family lived on Evergreen Street in 1997, planes from Bob Hope Airport would shake the walls of their home during the night and wake his infant daughter. He said the planes have gotten quieter, in general, but...
  • Summer delays at New York metro airports?

    Summer delays at New York metro airports?
    NEW YORK — The closure of a runway at John F. Kennedy International Airport could create a traffic jam in the skies above New York City this summer. The main arrivals runway at Kennedy will be closed for repairs and resurfacing for about five...
  • NASA Langley joins aviation partners to develop aircraft of future

    NASA Langley joins aviation partners to develop aircraft of future
    NASA is teaming with private aviation partners on ways to use cutting-edge composite materials to build the stronger, lighter aircraft of the future. The Advanced Composites Consortium features NASA Langley Research Center, which manages the agency's...
  • Flawless flight for 95-year-old pilot could put him in record book

    SACRAMENTO Peter Weber Jr. flew a plane for about 20 minutes on a recent Monday. The flight was nothing fancy, just three looping circles around an area airfield. But it could nonetheless snag a Guinness world record for him. Weber, 95, told reporters...
  • Pilot identified: Fatal plane crash missed homes 'only by the grace of God,' sheriff says

    Pilot identified: Fatal plane crash missed homes 'only by the grace of God,' sheriff says
    ST. LUCIE VILLAGE — A pilot is dead after his single-engine plane crashed in a St. Lucie County neighborhood. The Bedecrop BD-22 went down just before 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Lucie Village, less than a mile from the St. Lucie County...
  • Latest San Jose airport fence breach renews focus on persistent problem

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Nearly a year after a high-profile security breach at Mineta San Jose International Airport, little seems to have been done to bolster what has proved to be a repeatedly exposed vulnerability: 6 miles of perimeter fence that doesn't do...
  • FAA to debut helicopter noise-complaint system

    The Federal Aviation Administration is launching a helicopter noise-complaint system for Los Angeles County, so residents can file a complaint by calling a local phone number or submitting it online. To file a complaint by phone, call (424) 348-HELI...
  • Complaint system for helicopter noise begins operations countywide

    Complaint system for helicopter noise begins operations countywide
    Los Angeles County residents can now complain about noisy low-flying  helicopters to a website and hotline sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration. The so-called Automated Complaint System, which began operations on Tuesday, allows residents to...
  • Pennsylvania plane crash came during routine flight review

    The crash of a plane near an airport that killed two people over the weekend occurred during a routine flight review to test a pilot's flying proficiency. Police in Chester County's West Goshen Township identified the victims of Sunday's crash as 67-...
  • 2 men killed in Chester County plane crash identified

    2 men killed in Chester County plane crash identified
    Why certified pilots Richard Poch and Joseph Deal abruptly lost control of a small plane they were flying Sunday — ending in a crash in Chester County that killed both men — remains unclear. West Goshen Police Department officials released...