Schumer Calls On FAA To Complete Overdue Airline Legroom StudySchumer worries that without federal action, airlines could shrink seating even more and create safety issues.
After Deadly Midtown Crash, Lawmaker Reveals FAA Has Not Acted In 6 Years To Add Black Boxes To HelicoptersThe senior senator from New York held a copy of the May 2013 report issued by the NTSB, calling for data recorders in choppers, which followed another helicopter wreck in 2011.
Small Airplane Crashes Near New Jersey Coast, Search For Missing Pilot ContinuesThe Federal Aviation Administration says the single engine Mooney M20J went down in the area around the Cape May Lighthouse and quickly submerged into about 18 feet of water Wednesday morning.
FAA Investigating Southwest Airlines Over Baggage Weight DataFederal safety officials are investigating Southwest Airlines for frequently miscalculating the weight of checked baggage on its flights.
Stunt Pilot Giving Some Suffolk County Residents The CreepsA Suffolk County stunt pilot's practice routine is making some people that live below it uncomfortable.
'Miracle On The Hudson' Pilot Sounds Off On Smaller Airline SeatsAs fees to fly continue to rise, airplane seats continue to shrink. New pressure is now being put on the Federal Aviation Administration to do something about it
Small Plane Lands On NJ Beach After Developing Engine ProblemsThe Federal Aviation Administration says single-engine Cessna 172 plane touched down in Keansburg around 10:25 a.m. Friday.
FAA Proposes New Engine Test For Bird StrikesIt comes nine years after the "Miracle on the Hudson" landing when a U.S. Airways plane encountered a flock of geese upon takeoff.
NTSB & FAA Investigating Small Plane Crash On Long IslandThe pilot, 52-year-old Ken Johansen, a former U.S. Navy pilot and a United Airlines pilot with decades of experience, was killed.
Consumer Advocates Push Back Against Easing Of Airline RegulationsAre airlines more concerned with helping passengers or improving their bottom line?
Nassau County Residents Call Noise From Frequent Overhead Flights ‘Abuse’Too loud and too low, angry residents in Nassau County have had enough of airplanes flying over their neighborhood.