Congress Takes Aim At Shrinking Seats, Legroom On AirplanesThe Federal Aviation Administration would be required to set new minimum requirements for seats on airplanes under legislation to be considered in the House this week, possibly giving passengers a break from ever-shrinking legroom and cramped quarters.
Federal Aviation Administration Bill In Congress Aims To Set Minimum Size For Plane SeatsA new bill from the Federal Aviation Administration aiming to set minimum seat sizes on airplanes within a year is now in Congress.
American Eagle Jet Hits Deer On Takeoff, Returns To AirportAuthorities say an American Eagle flight struck a deer while taking off from the Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
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.
Skydiver Killed During Jump In Southwest OhioThe owner of a skydiving company says a man has died after opening his main and reserve parachutes too late during a jump at a southwest Ohio airport.
Cracked Windshield Forces Pittsburgh-Bound Flight Back To BostonA Pittsburgh-bound JetBlue Airways flight had to return to Boston because of a cracked windshield.
Local Doctor, Pilot Killed In Pennsylvania Plane CrashA laser eye surgeon and the pilot have been identified as the two people killed when a plane owned by an air ambulance company crashed as it prepared to land at an airport operated by Penn State University.
Small WWII-Era Plane Crashes In Hudson RiverA small World War II vintage plane taking part in celebrations of its 75th anniversary flew a partial loop while smoke spewed from it and then crashed in the Hudson River Friday.
Plane Crashes On California Freeway, Killing OneA small plane crashed on a Southern California freeway Saturday, slamming into a car stopped on the side of the road, killing a woman in the vehicle and injuring five others, including the pilot and his passenger, authorities said.
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.
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.