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A Bonanza crashed Thursday evening into a Farmington, N.M., police station, about 400 yards from the runway at Four Corners Regional Airport. The pilot suffered serious injuries, but nobody in the building was hurt. Ten inmates were transferred to another facility. The pilot, a student in Mesa Airlines' training program, had been cleared to land. The Bonanza was recovered from the roof of the building, and appeared "remarkably intact," according to a local news report...

In Bangkok, Thailand, on Saturday, 672 skydivers from 42 countries jumped from six C-130s at 7,000 feet, setting a world record for a mass jump...

Jamail Larkins launched Saturday from Lakeland, Fla., to start a nationwide "barnstorming" tour to inspire Young Eagles...

An archive of WWII aerial photos that went online last week had to shut down due to overwhelming demand. The site's authors are redesigning it, and it may be up and running this week...

The FAA will hold a public meeting March 3-4 at Washington Dulles Airport to discuss the pending Notices of Proposed Rulemaking regarding wing spars in Cessna 400 series aircraft...

Adventurer Gus McLeod is in Florida en route to South America on his second attempt to cross both poles in his Firefly...

The Senate on Thursday passed an omnibus spending bill, including FAA funding, and on Friday President Bush signed it.