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The search resumed with seven aircraft, up from five, and at least 18 new members of a ground party looking for the Beech Bonanza piloted by Dale Smith, a 51-year-old software executive from San Jose, Calif., said Rob Feeley of the Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security.
A 14-year-old Massachusetts boy has pleaded not guilty in the killing of his high school math teacher.
The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking a $304,000 fine against Great Lakes Airlines for alleged improper use of de-icing fluid.
Two skydivers died and a third was hurt Tuesday after colliding in midair near Eloy, Ariz., the Federal Aviation Administration said.
The Learjet 35 that crashed after takeoff from Fort Lauderdale last month, killing all four onboard, had a good chance of returning safely to the airport if it had made an immediate U-turn, aviation experts say.
The FAA has proposed a $325,000 civil penalty against Southwest for operating a plane with a minor maintenance issue on more than 1,000 flights.
A small cargo plane crashed near Puerto Rico's northern coast, killing the two U.S. citizens who were aboard, officials said Tuesday.
Sunday evening was a night of drones. On Showtime's "Homeland," the CIA debated using drones to take out some of its own men to divert attention on the border of Iran.
Amazon.com wants to replace human drivers with drones in how the company gets customers their purchases.
Biden is meeting in Tokyo on Tuesday with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, whose government is pressing the U.S. to more actively take Japan's side in an escalating dispute over China's new air defense zone above a set of contested islands in the East China Sea.
Amazon is working on a way to get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less -- via self-guided drone.
Monday, the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration announced that it is proposing a $325,000 civil penalty against Dallas-based Southwest Airlines.
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos says in the future drones delivering packages will be as common as mail trucks.
The Federal Aviation Administration has released a road map for allowing drones to fly everywhere in the country.
A new communications satellite that has both public and government applications is still sitting on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral, Fla.
A recent Missouri Department of Transportation study estimates that the annual economic output of the state's airport system is $11.1 billion.