FAA Warns Airline Passengers Not To Use Samsung SmartphoneU.S. aviation safety officials took the extraordinary step late Thursday of warning airline passengers not to turn on or charge a new-model Samsung smartphone during flights following numerous reports of the devices catching fire.
Residents Report Sightings Of Mysterious, Shiny Object In SkyA mysterious object spotted in the skies over parts of the Pittsburgh area caused quite a stir Thursday evening.
Congressman Predicts Congressional Action On DronesRecreational users of small drones now have to register them before flying them outdoors, but that may be just the beginning of drone regulation involving airports, stadiums and public places.
FAA Investigating Drone Seen Over Allegheny County AirportThe FAA is investigating after a drone was seen flying near the Allegheny County Airport Sunday morning.
Popular Holiday Decoration Causing Problems For AircraftsIt’s the hot decorating time for this holiday season, spraying green and red laser beams on the front of homes all over the Pittsburgh area.
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.