For a short time this past weekend, the sights and sounds of yesteryear returned to Floyd Bennett Field as fabric covered biplanes adorned the flight line, and the sound of radial engines filled the air at the annual Floyd Bennett Field Fly-In.
Airbus introduced the world’s largest passenger jet to the United States by simultaneously landing two copies of their new A380 Super Jumbo at both JFK Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
A small plane flown by New York Yankees pitcher Corey Lidle crashed into a 50-story apartment building on the Upper East Side of Manhattan at around 2:40pm today, killing both on board the plane.
As usual, the formidable sight of white Canon lenses were aimed at the Mets’ 3rd baseman David Wright, but today they were not in the media pit at Shea Stadium. Instead, they were gathered at LaGuardia’s rather unsuspecting Marine Air Terminal.
Two aircraft clipped wings while in-line for departure at LA Guardia Airport on Friday night. Air Canada Flight 723 to Toronto, and Shuttle America (Delta Connection) Flight 6461, on its way to Chicago, clipped wings while taxiing to runway 13.
An Airbus A319 in a new Piedmont classic color scheme made its first visit to LaGuardia today.
MAXjet Airways, Inc. announced Tuesday, November 1, 2005 as the start of exclusively business-class service between New York JFK and London Stansted.
An American Airlines flight out of New York’s JFK International Airport diverted to Chicago’s O’Hare because of a suspicious device found on board.