That Pilot In The Cockpit May Someday Be A RobotFrom the outside, the plane that took off from a small airport on Monday looked unremarkable. But inside the cockpit, a robot with spindly metal tubes and rods for arms and legs and a claw hand, was doing the flying.
One Pilot Aboard Ill-Fated Bell Helicopter IdentifiedOne of two Bell Helicopter employees killed when their experimental chopper crashed Wednesday was identified as Jason Grogan from Euless.
Texan Among 1st Army Women To Graduate Ranger SchoolA 25-year-old officer from Texas who flies Apache attack helicopters is one of the first women to complete the Army's grueling Ranger School.
FAA: Drone Comes Close To Southwest FlightThe FAA says a drone came within a few hundred feet of left wing of a Southwest Airlines jet on final approach into Dallas Love Field Friday afternoon.
Anxious Moments As Airline Pilot Spots Drone On Approach To Love FieldThere were some anxious moments for pilots of a passenger jet landing at Dallas Love Field Tuesday night.
4 Injured In Grayson County Plane CrashFour people were injured in a plane crash in Grayson County.
Germanwings Crash Raises Questions About Pilot RequirementsThe intentional crash of a Germanwings airplane, that killed everyone on-board, is raising a lot of questions about cockpit procedures and pilot regulations.
Pilots At American And US Airways Approve Joint Contract Pilots at American Airlines and US Airways have approved a single labor contract.
American Airlines Flight Turns Around, Lands At DFWAmerican Eagle flight 5348 from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to El Paso turned around and returned to the airport Monday afternoon after caution lights in the cockpit indicated a a possible maintenance issue.
2 Female Pilots Fly With Elite Blue AngelsTwo female pilots are among the elite Blue Angels squadron, which made a pit stop Monday in North Texas.
Small Plane Lands Hard; Catches Fire in Ellis CountyThe pilot who refused transport to the hospital was the only person on-board and was not injured.
Co-Pilot Of Southwest Wrong-Airport Jet Retiring Officials with Dallas-based Southwest Airlines say the co-pilot of a plane that landed at the wrong airport in January has retired, while the plane's captain has resumed flying.