It emphasized the need for the NTSB to look at the airplane crashes and consider all related safety issues in New York and nationwide. Read more
Despite its regulation of the aviation industry, the FAA has recorded 135 cases of unapproved parts falling through the cracks since 2011. Read more
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released its preliminary report last month for the plane crash in Tuscaloosa County, Ala. Read more
A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed involving the deaths of Larry and Jane Glazer in a plane crash that happened in 2014. Read more
The number of deaths in jetliner disasters increased last year. But there were fewer accidents. The International Air Transport Association (IATA), in its annual safety report, said that 641... Read more
According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), a plane crash that killed four people near Veneta, Ore., in 2012 was likely caused by the pilot’s failure to achieve adequate ai... Read more
A pilot of a plane that crashed and killed him and a passenger in New York on August 19, 2012, had been warned before takeoff that the craft should not be flown, according to a report by the... Read more
A jury has awarded $26 million to the families of three people killed when a small plane crashed near Arlington, Wash., in 2008. The single-engine Cessna went down en route from San Juan Isl... Read more
Families of at least five passengers killed when a plane crashed into a home last year have reached settlements with the airlines involved. More agreements are expected before a wrongful-dea... Read more
A jury in Philadelphia awarded $89 million last month to family members of passengers killed in the Youngstown, Ohio, plane crash and to a survivor. The jury found that the manufacturer of t... Read more
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