Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport

Pilot Who Survived Plane Crash Says He’s “Grateful To Be Alive”A 53-year-old veteran pilot who along with his wife survived a crash of their small plane Sunday in the Everglades says he is “grateful to be alive.”
Small Plane Comes Down Safely After Landing Gear MalfunctionA small plane was forced to land on its ‘belly’ at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport on Sunday.
Small Plane Crashes In Fort Lauderdale Killing 4The Federal Aviation Administration has confirmed a small twin-engine plane went down in a wooded area in Fort Lauderdale killing four.
Pilot Rescued After Plane Crash Off Of BiminiCoast Guard air crews rescued a man whose plane crashed off Bimini Monday afternoon.
'Moon Suits' & Giant Plastic Tarps Part Of Ft. Lauderdale Ebola ProtectionIf a person is experiencing Ebola-like symptoms and is picked up by paramedics, that person will be riding in what rescue personnel call a big plastic bag.
NTSB Releases Preliminary Report In Fatal Plane CrashThe National Transportation Safety Board is releasing new details as they try to determine what caused a deadly plane crash near Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport last week.
Victims ID'd In Deadly Plane Crash Near AirportPolice have identified three people killed Friday afternoon after a twin-engine plane crashed near Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport.
3 People Dead After Plane Crashes Near Ft. Lauderdale Exec. AirportThree people are dead after a twin-engine plane that had just left Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport crashed and hit a building in the area.
Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport To Get A New TowerA ground breaking ceremony will be held Wednesday at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport on the site where its new, taller control tower will be built.
Pilot Taken To Hospital After Plane Hits FenceA pilot’s medical condition caused a concern at a South Florida airport when his plane crashed into a fence Friday.
FAA Mandates More Air Traffic ControllersThe FAA announced an additional air traffic control will be required on the midnight shift at 27 control towers around the country that are currently only staffed with one controller overnight. The new order will impact two South Florida airports.