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The now-former pilot of an Onur Air A321 resigned by telling his passengers not to fly on the plane because it wasn't safe. He then walked off the plane. Most of the 180 passengers flew back to England from Turkey aboard another Onur plane but some made other arrangements. Airline officials said there was no risk to safety...

The pilot of a helicopter caused a stir in Ft. Lauderdale last week when the aircraft disappeared off radar screens. But the chopper was located in the back yard of the owner's waterfront home. He'd stopped in for moment and took off again, raising curiosity but not breaking any rules...

Chalk's International Airline hopes to resume service to Bimini, Caribbean and Florida locations using Beech 1900s. The airline has been grounded since last December when the wing on one of its turboprop Grumman Mallards broke off and it crashed off Miami. The Mallards are grounded for a safety review but the airline hopes to get them flying again.