FAA: LaGuardia Airport Once Again Worst In Nation For Flight DelaysLaGuardia is once again the worst in the nation for flight delays in the country so far this year, according to the FAA.
Consumers Urged To Power Down, Stop Using Samsung Galaxy Note 7The Consumer Product Safety Commission on Friday said anyone with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 should power down their device and quit using it.
Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing On Long Island BeachA small plane has made an emergency landing on a Long Island beach as beachgoers watched it glide down smoothly onto soft sand.
United Flight From Newark Makes Emergency Landing In Cleveland Due To Engine IssueA United Airlines flight from Newark had to make an emergency landing in Cleveland due to an engine issue.
FAA Testing New Flight Path To Teterboro AirportThe FAA announced Tuesday that the new path would divert planes away from Hackensack and instead send them over Mahwah and then follow the Route 17 corridor to the airport.
Police: Small Plane Crashes On Long Island, Minor Injuries Reported Authorities say a small plane has crashed in an industrial park on Long Island after experiencing engine trouble.
Sen. Schumer Calls For Federal Rules For Seat Size On AirplanesSchumer said passengers are forced to sit on planes "like sardines."
Teacher, Student Pilot Uninjured After Helicopter Crash Lands On Long Island StreetThe Robinson R22 helicopter attempted to make an emergency landing at Buena Vista Boulevard and East Alhambra Avenue in Copiague just before noon Wednesday after reporting engine problems.
FAA: Green Laser Pointed At ExpressJet Flight Coming In To LaGuardia AirportThe crew of an ExpressJet flight from Charlotte, North Carolina reported seeing a green laser around 7:45 p.m. Monday about 12 miles northeast of the Queens airport.
United Airlines Crew Reports That ‘Laser Illuminated’ Aircraft En Route To Newark AirportThe crew of a Newark Airport bound United Airlines flight reported that their aircraft was illuminated with a laser on Tuesday night.
FAA To Require Most Drones To Be Registered And MarkedThe Federal Aviation Administration announced a new drone registration process Monday aimed at helping federal officials keep track of the growing number of drone owners.
Will FAA Rules Be Enough To Keep Drones From NYC Airports?Most of the sightings have been within five miles of an airport.