Navy Official Confirms 'Unidentified Aerial Phenomena' In VideosToday the U.S. Navy officially said it considers UFOs seen in three videos, released in '17 and '18, "unidentified aerial phenomena."
FAA Calling For Pilots To Test Changes To Boeing 737 Max Jets
Recording: American Airlines Pilots Demand Quick Action From Boeing In Meeting 1 Month After 737 Max CrashThe 737 Max jets are still grounded following the two deadly crashes overseas.
The U.S. Is Facing A Serious Shortage Of Airline PilotsThe national security of the United States relies on a healthy airline industry. That requires highly skilled pilots. However, the U.S. has a shortage of those pilots.
Two Airline Pilots Report Seeing UFO While Flying Over ArizonaTwo airline pilots traveling over Arizona claim they were passed by an unidentified flying object while flying at over 30,000 feet in the air.
Formerly Furloughed AA Pilots Hoping For Pay Scale IncreaseThe pilots hoped leaders of their association would have approved a deal hashed out with American's executives last month, but association leaders want more time to study the issue.
JPMorgan: Pilot Scheduling Mix-Up Could Cost American $10MA prominent airline analyst says American Airlines will pay about $10 million to fix the pilot-scheduling mix-up.
American Airlines, Pilots Reach Deal To Avoid Canceling FlightsAmerican Airlines reached an agreement Friday with its pilots' union to avoid having to cancel thousands of flights during the Christmas holiday season because of a glitch with the pilots' schedules.
Pilots File Fatigue Grievance Against American AirlinesAmerican Airlines pilots have filed a labor grievance, claiming the airline is making pilots fly, despite risk of fatigue.
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.
Pilots & Air Traffic Controllers Shifting To Text MessagesAirline pilots and air traffic controllers are on schedule to switch to text communications at most of the nation's busiest airports by the end of the year, a milestone that holds great potential, according to the FAA.