The pilot of a helicopter that crashed in rural northeastern Pennsylvania last month, killing all five people on board, wasn’t certified to fly using only on-board instruments, according to federal investigators.
Summer vacation may be most kids’ idea of a good time, but research shows it also leads to some loss of what’s been learned the previous school year. A unique program in Baltimore is working to change that.
What do you do when trees threaten large power lines in areas where it may be impossible to get traditional equipment? In the battle of vegetation versus power transmission, FirstEnergy calls in air support.
Flags in Maryland are flying at half-staff in honor of an Army helicopter pilot killed in a crash in Afghanistan.
A sad farewell to a young Army pilot killed earlier this month in Afghanistan.
The Archdiocese of Baltimore says a funeral mass will be held Monday for an Army helicopter pilot killed in a crash in Afghanistan.
The mother of a soldier from Maryland killed in a helicopter says her daughter wanted to be a pilot when she graduated from West Point.
Maryland State police say one person has died in a small plane crash in Berlin.
The National Portrait Gallery in Washington is exploring the life of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart from her flying to her advocacy for women’s rights.
A student pilot loses control and flips his small plane.
John Fendley doesn’t feel like he has worked a day in his life.
Marylanders are being warned to be on the lookout as their planes fly as low as 1,000 feet over some major Maryland roads in the coming month. It’s all part of a major plan by NASA to help study air pollution over major cities.