The Cessna 180 nosed over in the Endicott River Wilderness north of Gustavus
An Australian plane detected yet another possible signal from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet in the southern Indian Ocean on Thursday, as searchers said they were feeling more confident that the aircraft’s flight-data recorder would ultimately be found.
The Federal Aviation Administration ordered safety inspections on Monday of all Boeing 767 jets.
Boeing delivered a record 648 commercial jetliners last year, including 65 of its newest 787s and also had a record backlog of 5,080 unfulfilled orders.
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing a change to allow travelers to make phone calls as they fly on jetliners in the U.S. The agency’s new chairman, Tom Wheeler, calls the current ban on the use of cellphones during flights “outdated and restrictive.”
U.S. pilots and air traffic controllers who are deemed overweight will be screened for obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA, a condition that could cause them fatigue on the job, endangering the lives of air passengers, a new FAA order says.
Capt. James Kirk always got the latest, most advanced ship in Starfleet, so it seems only fitting that the Navy’s new stealth destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, is slated to be commanded by none other than Capt. James A. Kirk, USN.
The group that’s been searching for the remains of aviator Amelia Earhart and her long-lost plane has released what it calls “exciting … frustrating … maddening” evidence of where her Lockheed Electra might be.
Federal aviation officials have ordered that more than 1,000 Boeing 737s be examined due to a key part on the plane’s tail section that needs to be replaced
The pilot of an Alitalia pilot flying into New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport told controllers Monday afternoon that he had spotted “a drone aircraft” 1,500 feet high in the sky and approximately 5 miles west of the airport.