'Time Travel' Flights Take Off In 2018, Land In 2017Thanks to a well-timed trip across the International Date Line, a handful of flights actually traveled from 2018 back to 2017 on New Year's Eve.
Harford County Sheriff Ends Aviation ProgramHarford County's sheriff is discontinuing the department's aviation program, citing safety issues and the cost.
Md. Plane Pilot Was Not Alerted Before Fatal Frederick CrashThe pilot of an airplane that collided with a helicopter in Frederick last month, killing three, told police his onboard collision-avoidance system didn't warn of the impending crash.
Md. Airport Managers Meeting In FrederickAirport managers from across Maryland are meeting in Frederick to discuss issues involving private aircraft and their pilots.
Aviation Threat: 2 More Snowy Owls Captured At Md. AirportTwo snowy owls were captured at Martin State Airport in Middle River. The bird’s size, wingspan and low-flying nature pose a threat to aviation.
Increased Presence Of Snowy Owls In Md. Poses Threat To AviationIt's not the usual type of bird you'd see flying around BWI, but airport wildlife workers recently captured and relocated a snowy owl.
FAA Says Western Md. Wind Farm No Aviation HazardThe Federal Aviation Administration says a proposed wind farm on Maryland's highest mountain won't be an aviation hazard.
Hagerstown Airport Logs 10K Boardings In 2012After tallying more than 10,000 paid commercial air service passenger boardings last year, Hagerstown Regional Airport has secured a $1 million entitlement through the Federal Aviation Administration.
Mikulski Announces Grant For AircraftSen. Barbara Mikulski is scheduled to attend an event in Hagerstown announcing $43 million in federal funds to continue the manufacture of Multirole Enforcement Aircraft.
Wind Project Deemed Aviation Navigation HazardThe developer of the proposed Fourmile Ridge wind power project says it is working to overcome objections by federal aviation officials.
Pilot Brothers Propose Aviation Museum At Md. AirportTwo high-flying brothers are proposing an aviation museum at the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport.
New Market Man Is Aviation Trooper Of The YearWhen Maryland State Police Trooper John Preston worked patrol from the Leonardtown Barrack in St. Mary's County, he went on a ride-along with the department's aviation unit as part of a critical care medic class. Preston, a New Market resident, said he immediately found his calling.