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Learjet 35 crashes near Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, killing two

The airplane missed the runway and crashed upon landing, setting nearby buildings on fire.

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Report: An airline made 2 Muslim men deboard a plane and go through airport security all over again

The Thomas Cook Airlines incident is the latest in a spate of airlines making international headlines for all the wrong reasons.
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Harrison Ford under FAA investigation after botched airport landing

Actor Harrison Ford accidentally flew over a passenger plane Monday, sparking an investigation by the FAA.
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Air Disaster Strikes Russia as Flydubai Flight Z981 Crashes at Airport

55 passengers and seven crew are dead.
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Learn How to Survive a Plane Crash With the Prepare for Impact App

'Prepare for Impact' is a terrifying app. It might also save your life in a plane crash.
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Drone Registration in the US: How to Register Your Drone Online for Free

Drone owners must register by Feb. 19 — here's how.

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FAA: Delivery Drones Won't Be Happening Anytime Soon

Pizza delivery men won't be replaced by robots anytime soon.
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Investigators Say 'High-Energy Objects' Brought Down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17

The Duth Saftety Board just released its preliminary report.
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Plane Travel Is the Safest it Has Ever Been — Check This Chart

You have a 1-in-11 million chance of dying in an airplane crash.
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The FAA is Finally Telling Everyone What You Already Knew

Was the myth that electronic devices could mess with the plane BS all along?

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Asiana Airlines is Suing Oakland’s Racist TV Station

Asiana Airlines is hitting back in the aftermath of KTVU's erroneous broadcast, but why is the NTSB not meeting the same treatment?
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Asiana Flight 214: We Can't Seriously Blame Korean Culture For the Crash

It will take months, even years to fully understand what went wrong on Asiana 214. But is it ever acceptable to blame a tragedy on a particular culture?
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Asiana Flight 214: Flight Attendants Are Unsung Heroes in the San Francisco Crash

As news of the tragic San Francisco crash landing unfolds, it's important to acknowledge those who help ensure safe air travel for millions of people every day.
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FAA Furlough Ends: Congress Acts When Sequester Threatens to Slow Commute

Congress has worked with miraculous speed to end the delays caused by the FAA's sequester-imposed furlough of air traffic controllers... the day before a weeklong recess.
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Air Traffic Controller Furlough: Is This the End Of It? No, But a Sign Of Easing, Perhaps

As flights snarl and travelers' tempers rise, the legislative branch steps in to cool things down.

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Why Does Exxon Control the No-Fly Zone Over Arkansas Tar Sands Spill?

ExxonMobil is overseeing the FAA no fly zone in Mayflower, Arkansas, the site of a recent major ExxonMobil Pegasus tar sands pipeline spill. Sound suspicious?
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Questioning TSA's Ability to Provide Security

Though tasked with maintaining a large security net, the TSA has too many holes rendering it an ineffective organization.