A former JetBlue Airways pilot who scared passengers by yelling about Jesus and al Qaeda in 2012 has sued the airline for $16 million, claiming that it jeopardized the flight by failing to recognize he was ill.
The New York Times on Wednesday issued a bombshell report about the crash of a Germanwings plane in the French Alps.
A pilot from Jersey City, New Jersey has survived a small plane crash in Connecticut.
Brittany Dowling, 17, of Oceanside wanted to follow a family tradition and serve her country. Dowling has been a student pilot for the last two years, but now she will have a chance to soar to stunning new heights.
The pilot of a Southwest Airlines plane that made a hard landing at LaGuardia Airport took control from the first officers just 400 feet from the ground, according to a report Tuesday.
The plane was coming from Groton when the pilot deployed the parachute because of an unspecified mechanical problem. The plane went down near South Street and Wixted Avenue in Danbury around 7:30 p.m.
The pilot was removed from the cockpit because someone smelled something — and said something.
A judge wants to know if Clayton Osbon is mentally fit to stand trial. The motion seeking the psychiatric exam states that events enumerated in a FBI affidavit “establish a likelihood that Osbon may be suffering from a mental disease or defect.”
Wanda Serra says she’s rented the top floor of a home on 150th Avenue in South Ozone Park near JFK to pilot Clayton Osbon for nearly a decade.
JetBlue says the pilot who had an apparent meltdown during a flight Tuesday from JFK to Las Vegas has been suspended [ending further investigation.
Fifty people, including the pilots, were killed in the crash near Buffalo, N.Y.
Two young women waitressing at a greasy spoon diner strike up an unlikely friendship in the hopes of launching a successful business – if only they can raise the cash.
NTSB officials said the chopper likely did not have a flight data recorder, or “black box,” but engine monitors and Global Positioning System navigation equipment may have stored useful information.
One man from Westchester County is going to new heights for wounded veterans.
For the next three months, rigs in Queens will obey regular traffic rules when heading to non-life threatening calls.