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The NTSB was unable to determine a reason for a March 2004 helicopter crash into the Gulf of Mexico, but said that a terrain warning system would likely have prevented the accident...

Boeing to lay off 900 workers in Wichita, Kan....

Rob Penrod, formerly with Bell Helicopter, has joined Adam Aircraft as vice president of manufacturing, the company said on Monday...

A vintage Aeronca crashed in a New Hampshire school playground on Saturday, nobody was hurt...

Airline pilots are biking 3,000 miles to raise money for a memorial to the crews who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks...

Liberty Aircraft will debut its XL2 for the European market at this weekend's London Airshow...

A British Airways pilot asked passengers if he could have a ride home, none offered...

A hearing-impaired pilot from Sweden launched March 15 to fly around the world in a Diamond TwinStar, to raise awareness about what hearing-impaired people can accomplish. This week, the team is trekking in Nepal...

NTSB member Ellen Engleman Conners, who served two years as the agency's chair, announced this week that she intends to leave the Safety Board on May 31.