Federal Aviation Administration officials are investigating why a small aircraft went off the side of a runway at a New Jersey airport, causing the pilot to suffer minor injuries.
The incident took place at Newark Liberty International Airport Thursday morning.
Air traffic was shut down at LaGuardia Airport early Monday evening, after a plane’s nose gear collapsed after landing.
A passenger jet clipped a hangar Saturday as it was being towed through John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Around 8 a.m., Flight 1205 from White Planes to Fort Myers was hit by birds shortly after takeoff.
Shortly after takeoff, the pilot of the single-engine plane issued a Mayday, saying it couldn’t climb. The plane then crashed on train tracks near a former General Motors plant parallel to Routes 1 and 9 west of the airport.
The plane made a hard landing not far from MacArthur Airport with one person on board, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
The National Transportation Safety Board posted preliminary findings Wednesday on its website, but no conclusions about the cause of the crash.
CBS 2 has learned the identities of the pilot and passenger recovering from what some are calling another “Miracle On the Hudson.”
The plane had 134 passengers aboard, the Federal Aviation Administration said. There are no reports of injuries.
When she woke up, prosecutors said Bawer Aksal had one hand in her shorts and another in her shirt, and whispered “Kiss me.”
Federal transportation authorities are investigating a small plane crash that killed two people and injured a third on board when the aircraft plummeted into a residential neighborhood in Suffolk County.
Russia’s ITAR-Tass news agency quoted Aeroflot spokeswoman Irina Dannenberg as saying the bomb warning came from an anonymous caller to the NYPD after the plane took off.
A small plane made an emergency landing at Heckscher State Park in East Islip on Sunday afternoon.
“It was oily in substance, blackish-greenish oil. I thought it was hydraulic fluid,” said resident Artie Hughes.