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There were no injuries but a T-6 was damaged at Sun 'n Fun Thursday when it ran off a taxiway. Police said pilot and owner Keith Moser, of Huntington, Ind., was trying to make a sharp left turn when the plane went off the pavement. The left wing was substantially damaged...

The administrative machinations that could upend the contracting out of flight service stations have begun in earnest. The FAA's Office of Dispute Resolution for Acquisitions (ODRA) has ruled that National Association of Air Traffic Specialists' President Kate Breen has the right to represent affected employees in two challenges of the decision to award the contract to Lockheed Martin...

Two men from the former Soviet republic of Georgia were arrested after they asked to tour the cockpit of a Northwest Airlink plane on its way from Detroit to New York. After the crew refused, one of the men apparently refused to sit down, but neither man tried to force his way into the cockpit. Both were released after questioning...

Be A Pilot President Drew Steketee said the program is close to recruiting its 250,000th flight-training prospect, and has introduced 35,000 pilots to their first flight lesson...

Wings To Adventure will debut on The Outdoor Channel in July, featuring high-definition features about general aviation.