Flights from Pueblo to DIA on hold until new carrier signs

 BY DENNIS DARROW THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN Published: May 27, 2015; Last modified: May 27, 2015 10:52AM  Pueblo will temporarily lose passenger air service to Denver starting next week while waiting for a successor to be named to current operator SkyWest Airlines. The last SkyWest/United Express flights between Pueblo Memorial Airport and Denver International Airport will … Continued

Fil-Am bound for US nabbed at NAIA for carrying knife, grenade in backpack

Philippine Daily Inquirer 9:56 PM | Thursday, May 28th, 2015A US-bound passenger was arrested on Thursday morning by the aviation police for allegedly trying to smuggle in a grenade and a knife at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). Filipino-American widower Cipriano De Guzman, 58, of Orlando, Florida, told airport security officials that he had … Continued

Hazleton moves airport project forward

 By Geraldine Gibbons May 5, 2015 HAZLETON — The City Council accepted a $1.3 million Aviation Grant Tuesday night to fund a Runway Safety Area at the City Airport. As part of the agreement, 5 percent of the project, or $70,000, must be paid for with funds from airport revenues. A contract for the … Continued

Why Airports Are Getting Nicer While Planes Are Getting More Uncomfortable

By BRENDA SALINAS • 18 HOURS AGO SKYNOIR/FLICKR Originally published on May 4, 2015 2:05 pm American Airlines recently unveiled its 787-8 Dreamliner. It carries 226 passengers, 198 of them in coach — and industry insiders have said if you’re not in first class, the airplane is uncomfortable for long trips. But the silver lining could be that when … Continued

FAA says drone flying too close to local airport

Created safety hazard Posted: May 04, 2015 1:59 PM Updated: May 04, 2015 10:34 PM MADISON (WKOW) ­­ Madison Police said a drone was reported flying too close to the Dane County Regional Airport on Saturday night. Police said they received a call from the airport’s communications tower that a drone could be spotted flying … Continued

Air Marshal forgets gun in airport bathroom

Updated: Apr 17, 2015 3:19 PM Newark- Liberty International Airport (File) NEW JERSEY (MYFOXNY.COM) –An on-duty federal air marshal reportedly left his gun in a mens bathroom stall at Newark Liberty International Airport. The marshal then boarded the flight he was supposed to protect without his gun. The incident reportedly happened last month but just became … Continued

Some relief dawns on horizon as East Hampton approves helicopter restrictions

 some have reservations by Lisa Finn Apr 18, 2015, 7:08 am With the summer season ready to kick off soon, North Fork residents could see some sweet relief from helicopter noise that has shattered their bucolic quality of life, as East Hampton voted Thursday for some restrictions — but did not act on legislation that would have completely … Continued

Tri-State Airport officials seek more destinations

Tri-State Airport officials seek more destinations Apr. 17, 2015 @ 12:01 AM By BRANDON ROBERTS KENOVA – Trips to more destinations from Tri-State Airport are possible if negotiations among airport officials and representatives from American Airlines go well at a June conference. Air Council International-North America’s JumpStart Air Service Development Conference is June 1-3, 2015, … Continued

Secret Service agents search Gettysburg Airport where gyrocopter took off

Trailer, presumed to be pilot’s, hauled away by authorities UPDATED 8:13 PM EDT Apr 15,GETTYSBURG, Pa. —News 8 has confirmed that the Secret Service arrived at the Gettysburg Airport Wednesday evening, just hours after a rogue pilot apparently took off from that location. Officials say Doug Hughes landed his gyrocopter on the grounds of the U.S. … Continued