Lightning Strikes FAA Tower At Miami Int’l AirportTuesday’s wet and wild weather hit Miami International Airport pretty hard, literally.
Officials Believe No Survivors In Texas Balloon CrashAuthorities say it is likely there are no survivors after a hot air balloon carrying at least 16 people caught on fire and crashed in Central Texas.
Neighbors Rush To Help After Plane Crashes Into Pompano Beach HomeA plane crashed into a Pompano Beach home Monday afternoon injuring three people.
Small Plane Goes Down Near Haulover Beach Stunned sunbathers looked on as a plane crashed into the water near Haulover Beach Tuesday morning.
FAA: Drone Owners Now Required To RegisterMany South Floridians may find drones under their Christmas trees next week but that new toy may come with a requirement.
Air Traffic Controller Shortage Affects South FloridaStaffing shortages among air traffic controllers have reached a crisis level in this country, according to their union. And they said it is particularly true right here in South Florida.
Small Plane Crashes On Key Biscayne Golf CourseA small plane with two people on board crash landed on a Key Biscayne golf course Monday.
FAA To Investigate Cracked Windshield IncidentFederal Aviation officials said a report will be filed to them after a cracked windshield forced a local flight to return.
Pilot Lands Plane On South Florida HighwayA pilot, out of fuel, landed his plane on I-595 Thursday morning, clipping a car in the process.
FAA Dump Navigation Points Named After TrumpThe Federal Aviation Administration is getting rid of navigation points named after Donald Trump.
United Flights No Longer Grounded After Computer ProblemsUnited Airlines flights in U.S. are back in the air after being grounded Wednesday because of computer problems.
Fort Lauderdale Pilot Relives Frightening Belly FlopA bystander at a Fort Pierce runway captured an unusual sight earlier this month – a pilot doing a touch-and-go landing without his landing gear down. And the veteran pilot at the controls managed to not only keep the plane airborne, but to fly about 100 miles back home to Fort Lauderdale.