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A police body searches for the man who reportedly fell from plane on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013. (Source: CBS4)

Man Who Fell From Plane Identified, Search Continues

The mid-air mystery of a man who fell off a plane has been partially solved. The pilot and the man who fell off the plane were identified today.


Authorities search for a man who fell out of a small plane on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013. (Source: CBS4)

Search For Man Who Fell Off Plane Done For The Night

According to the FAA, a pilot reported that a passenger fell out of a plane around eight miles southeast of Tamiami Airport, or roughly one mile off shore.

CBS Miami–11/14/2013


Airport Acrimony Between Dania Beach And Broward Co. Could End

An end to the bitter legal fight between tiny Dania Beach and Broward County could be about to end.


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Pilot Unhurt After Emergency Landing In Everglades

The pilot of a small plane was rescued by the Coast Guard Monday after he had to make an emergency landing in the Everglades.

CBS Miami–11/11/2013

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S. Fla Travelers React To Loosened FAA Restrictions On Electronics

The inconvenience of turning off tablets, iPods, and e-readers will soon be a thing of the past on most flights after the Federal Aviation Administration announced many personal electronic devices are safe to leave on during takeoff and landing.


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FAA Relaxes Rules For Electronics On Planes

Government safety rules are changing to let airline passengers use most electronic devices from gate-to-gate. The change will let passengers read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music.

CBS Miami–10/31/2013

The search resumed Friday in and around Virginia’s Great Dismal Swamp for a plane from Florida that didn't reach its destination. (Source: CBS)

Search Teams Find Wreckage Of Missing S. Florida Plane

Search crews, searching in a remote location in Virginia, believe to have spotted the wreckage of a plane that left South Florida and never reached its Virginia destination.



FAA Ends Air Traffic Control Furloughs

Less than a week after the Federal Aviation Administration furloughed 10 percent of the nation’s air traffic controllers the agency has done an about face.



FAA: Airport Delays Expected To Get Worse Due To Furloughs

It’s day three of the federal cuts that are furloughing 10 percent of the nation’s air traffic controllers and delays are spreading out around the country.


Gov. Rick Scott (Source: CBS4)

Gov. Scott Targets Air Traffic Controller Furloughs

While one in 10 air traffic controllers have been forced to take furlough days to help balance the federal budget, so far, Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale International Airport have avoided any lengthy delays through Monday morning.

CBS Miami–04/22/2013