Abdelbaset Mohmed Ali al-Megrahi, the only person convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing which killed 270 people, is reportedly in a coma-like condition and close to death at his home in the Libyan capital of Tripoli.
The US Department of Transportation has fined Icelandair $50,000 for violating fare disclosure rules in its online advertisements.
Los Angeles Fire Department firefighting helicopters were reportedly ordered not to take off to fight a brush fire late Wednesday afternoon due to a no-fly zone imposed for the arrival of President Barack Obama aboard Air Force One.
The Transportation Security Administration has agreed to fund a study of the health effects of its X-ray body scanners.
The centralized air traffic control center handling most flights in the New York area has been evacuated due to fumes.
Following Saturday’s Tu-154B passenger jet explosion in Siberia, Russia’s transportation watchdog Rostransnadzor on Sunday recommended that all passenger jets of the same type be put out of service until the cause is determined.
An air traffic controller in Ohio has been suspended after he was found watching a movie while on duty, the Federal Aviation Administration said on late Monday.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Monday said it will fine the Boeing Company for more than $1 million after the airline failed to correct a known problem in production and installation of the central passenger oxygen system in its 777 airliners.
The FAA on Wednesday proposed a $160,000 fine against SkyWest for operating several flights with incorrect weight, balance, cargo and baggage load data.
A close aide to Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila was among five people killed on Sunday when a small plane crashed in the country’s east, the government confirmed on Monday.
The TSA has announced that airports will soon discontinue their use of controversial scanners which reveal nude images of passengers.
In what may be a car chase unlike any before, a car crashed through the fence of a Texas airport on Thursday and drove onto the runway.
Flights scheduled to cross the north Atlantic were grounded Thursday morning after a fire broke out at a key air traffic control center in northeastern Canada.
Previously undiscovered debris from NASA’s Space Shuttle Columbia was found in Lake Nacogdoches in eastern Texas last week as a severe drought has dried out previously covered areas of the lake.
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It’s not often that the pilots of earth-based vehicles are forced to make risky, evasive maneuvers to avoid colliding with other worlds, but that’s exactly what an Air Canada pilot did last year, a government investigation has revealed.
Nearly 100 flights were canceled Tuesday after a bomb believed to be from World War II was found near a runway at Sendai Airport.
A working committee from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday officially recommended allowing the use of personal electronic devices onboard aircraft below 10,000 feet. Some airlines are already racing to allow their customers to take advantage.
Taiwan-based China Airlines agreed to plead guilty and to pay a $40 million criminal fine for its role in a conspiracy to fix prices in the air transportation industry, the U.S. Department of Justice announced on Monday.