Two Killed In King Air Crash At Tucson Airport »

Two Killed In King Air Crash At Tucson Airport

Both people on board were killed when a Beechcraft 300 King Air crashed and burned at Tucson International Airport, shortly after noon on Monday. The aircraft had just taken off for Mexico, and crashed on the ramp between the terminal and a cargo area. No one on the ground was hurt. The heavy smoke and fire were quickly dealt with by fire crews, and commercial flights were not affected by the accident. The NTSB will investigate.


Red Bull Back To San Diego »

Red Bull Back To San Diego

The Red Bull Air Races will return to San Diego this year with an early spring date. The second race of the year will be held in the southern California city April 15-16.


Spike Expands SST Effort »

Spike Aerospace, a startup company based in Boston, Massachusetts, that aims to develop a quiet supersonic 18-passenger jet, said this week it will be ready to fly a technology demonstrator by late this summer. The subsonic test vehicle will be flown to verify the designís low-speed aerodynamic stall recovery characteristics, the company said.


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The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announces a call for nominations to acknowledge the individuals, offices, and organizations demonstrating excellence in their fields and the highest levels of customer service to the general aviation community.