Communications Experts Say Sky Is The Limit For Drone TechnologyThey're some of the hardest workers in the surveillance industry, oil fields and video production. And they're equipped with the latest technology and unlimited potential.
Boy Scouts Earn Aviation Merit Badge With Hands-On Airport ExperienceIt takes months, or even years for pilots to learn to fly. Today, nearly 100 Boy Scouts learned some of the basics.
FAA Says Computer Problem Caused Travel DelaysThe Federal Aviation Administration says it has resolved a computer problem that caused widespread flight delays throughout much of the Northeastern U.S.
FAA: All US United Continental Flights GroundedAll United Continental flights in the U.S. are currently grounded due to computer problems.
Police: Green Laser Illuminates Cockpit, Injures PilotsPolice are looking for whoever shined a laser into the cockpit of a UPS plane flying over western Pennsylvania, temporarily blinding the pilots.
Insurance Drones Could Be Coming To A Car Crash Near YouDrones have quickly become increasingly common in many circumstances, but what about for insurance?
FAA Is Investigating Drone Near-Miss With Television ChopperThis video shot from News Chopper 2 shows an unidentified drone sweeping across the sky after coming within 10 feet of the chopper -- twice -- at an altitude at least double the allowable drone maximum of 400 hundred feet.
FAA Investigating After Drone Nearly Collides With KDKA News ChopperNewsChopper 2 had a close encounter with a drone while flying over a massive fire in Squirrel Hill.
Plane Slides Off The Runway At Butler Co. AirportOfficials say a plane slid off the runway at the Butler County airport.
FAA Hiring Changes Leaving Some Qualified Air Traffic Controllers Without Jobshe days leading up to and after Thanksgiving are some of the busiest time of the year to fly. Some say a change in the way the FAA hires people for those jobs could affect passengers' safety.
FAA Sees Dramatic Rise In Drone Sightings Near AirportsThe government is getting near-daily reports - and sometimes two or three a day - of drones flying near airplanes and helicopters or close to airports without permission, federal and industry officials tell The Associated Press. It's a sharp increase from just two years ago when such reports were still unusual.
FAA Drone Rules Spark Outcry From Local BusinessesMost people call them drones, but technically they’re unmanned aerial vehicles. Whatever their name, they’re in very high demand, especially for commercial video.