Harrison Ford Says He Was Distracted When He Flew Over PlaneActor Harrison Ford said he was distracted and concerned about turbulence from another aircraft last month when he mistakenly landed on a taxiway at a Southern California airport after flying low over an airliner with 116 people aboard, according to an audio recording released Friday.
Delta Operations Returning To Normal After Systems OutageDelta flights are departing and a ground stop has been lifted after a systems outage Sunday night led to departure delays and cancellations.
FAA, Airline Investigating How Worker Got Left In Cargo HoldThe man was found unharmed after the United Express flight from Charlotte, North Carolina, landed Sunday at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C.
SpaceX Shooting For Mid-December Launch, 1st Since BlastSpaceX is shooting for a mid-December launch, its first since a dramatic rocket accident on the pad.
1 Killed In Crash Of Experimental Plane Near HoustonOne person has died in the crash of a small, experimental aircraft south of Houston.
New FAA Drone Rules Now In EffectNew commercial drone regulations set forth by the Federal Aviation Administration are now in effect, and a North Texas drone retailer and training center has already seen a major uptick in business.
New Regulations In Effect For Small, Commercial DronesThe new rules for small business drone use take effect today. Before now commercial drone operators had to go through the lengthy process of getting a waiver from the federal government to operate.
Hot-Air Balloonists Face A Day Of Reckoning -- And RegulationSparked by the worst ballooning tragedy in U.S. history -- a deadly fire and crash in Texas -- the FAA will meet with hot air balloon operators Friday to discuss "the risks facing the ballooning community."
FAA To Require Drone Registration, Says Operators Are "Aviators"Owners of many small drones and model airplanes will have to register them with the government.
Plane Flips At McKinney National AirportThe pilot was not injured.
American Says It Flew Wrong Plane To HawaiiFederal safety officials are looking into a flight that American Airlines operated to Hawaii using a plane that lacked all the emergency equipment required for long over-water trips.
FAA Proposes $325,000 Civil Penalty Against Southwest AirlinesAn inspector discovered Southwest improperly recorded a temporary repair to the aluminum skin of a plane's rear cargo door as a permanent repair.