SkyWest Airlines News
Plane Landing Gear Collapses on Landing in San Antonio
Authorities say everyone was safely evacuated from a United Express plane after its nose gear collapsed when it landed at San Antonio International Airport
Pilot Arrested Minutes Before Takeoff and Charged With DUI
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Allegedly Drunk Pilot Arrested Before Flight in South Dakota
A SkyWest Airlines pilot was arrested this morning for operating an aircraft under the influence of alcohol in Rapid City, South Dakota, just prior to a flight to Salt Lake City, according to the city's police department. Transportation Security Administration officers said they smelled alcohol on
Arab-American Family "Seeks Correction Action" After Airplane Removal
An Arab-American family who was removed from an United Airlines flight last month is seeking "corrective action" through the advocacy group, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). The move comes after Eaman-Amy Saad Shebley posted on her Facebook account on March 20 about an altercation
Tom Selleck Discusses His Latest Projects on 'The View'
The Hollywood actor talks with the co-hosts about "Blue Bloods" and his past hit "3 Men and a Baby."
Plane Makes Emergency Landing After Passenger Spots Fuel Leaking From Wing
A plane was forced to make an emergency landing this morning because of a loose fuel cap, authorities said. ExpressJet Airlines Flight 2762, an American Eagle flight bound for Dallas-Fort Worth, landed in Huntsville after the crew reported the issue, according to the Federal Aviation
Scare at Airport in Nashville When Flames Shoot Out of Jet
Experts say the incident on a Skywest flight was a tail pipe flame, which is common.
FAA Requires SkyWest to Cap Altitude of Certain Flights
After a Denver to Oklahoma City flight stalled at a high altitude, the Federal Aviation Administration is requiring the carrier to keep certain kinds of aircraft from flying too high.
After Plan Stalls Mid-Flight, FAA Slaps SkyWest with Altitude, Speed Restrictions
The Federal Aviation Administration is slapping SkyWest with speed and altitude restrictions after one of the airline's planes stalled last April. SkyWest –- which partners with carriers like United, Delta, U.S. Airways, and American Airlines –- carried 27.9 million passengers in 2014. The flight