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The Staggerwing Museum in Tullahoma, Tenn., broke ground last weekend for the next phase of its Bonanza-Baron Museum project...

The NTSB is investigating an uncontained engine failure on an American Airlines 767 that happened June 2 at Los Angeles International Airport. The engine broke during a ground maintenance test run, and parts were scattered as far as 3,000 feet. The wing tanks were punctured, and a ground fire began but was quickly extinguished. Nobody was hurt. Find more details and images here...

The airport in Van Nuys, Calif., hosted its last air show over the weekend, ending 43 years of annual events. The area used for the show will become an aircraft parking lot...

A year later, the lives of those involved in two helicopter ditchings in New York have taken divergent paths, as told by The New York Daily News...

An airport manager in Wichita explains how infectious disease can be transported by airliner, and what plans are in place to prevent that scenario.