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Equator Aircraft's P2 Xcursion prototype electric amphibious aircraft has taken fully to the air for the first time in the skies over Eggemoen Technology Park in Norway.
SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket with a communications satellite and lunar lander from Cape Canaveral on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019.
The FAA said on its website that flights at LaGuardia Airport in New York City are being delayed almost 90 minutes, and urged travelers to check the site to see if they are affected.
CONCORD, Calif. (KGO) -- Airlines around the world are scrambling to fill vacant pilot seats, but are they willing to sacrifice safety to do that? That's the debate raging right now in the airline industry.
Oceana-based pilots head to Texas ahead of a flyover over George H.W. Bush's funeral to honor the 41st President and former pilot.
“NASA and the nation mourn the passing of President George Herbert Walker Bush, a leader who was a passionate advocate for space exploration...."
US Aviation Academy, located at Denton Enterprise Airport, is introducing a fast-paced program. In nine months, students will earn all of their licenses and ratings, including commercial single-engine and multi-engine, certified flight instructor, CFI-instrument, and multi-engine instructor.
Cal Fire is facing a serious shortage of pilots, especially for air tankers, forcing planes to sit unused during major fires. Cal Fire Chief of Flight Operations, Dennis Brown explains the factors contributing to the shortage on Aug. 30, 2018.
Dallas – Drones are everywhere...in the skies as fireworks for the Fourth of July, overhead checking power lines during Texas ice storms, in the air checking crime scenes and over neighborhoods and parks for recreational purposes. Regardless of application, drones are here to stay in the workplace and at home – and the need for qualified drone pilots will only increase in the future.
MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. (AFNS) -- Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC has launched a program aimed at potentially putting more pilots in the cockpits of military aircraft to help address the Air Force’s ongoing aircrew shortage. Beginning in the summer of 2018, select AFJROTC cadets who applied for a new Fight Academy scholarship will attend an accredited aviation program at one of six partnering universities to get a private pilot license.