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Cause of Dynamic Airways Fire at Fort Lauderdale Airport Undetermined, NTSB Says
The National Transportation Safety Board has not determined if a fuel leak was the cause of a jet fire at the Fort Lauderdale Airport on Thursday, officials said today. The Dynamic Airways plane, a Boeing 767 bound for Caracas, Venezuela, caught fire while taxiing for departure at the Florida
New Details Emerge of Plane Fire at Fort Lauderdale Airport as NTSB Launches Investigation
As the National Transportation Safety Board investigates what caused a Dynamic Airways jet to catch fire at Fort Lauderdale International Airport, airport officials are releasing new details about the Florida taxiway blaze that left about 20 people injured. The plane, a Boeing 767 bound for
More Than a Dozen Hurt When Plane Catches Fire at Fort Lauderdale Airport
A Dynamic Airways jet carrying 101 people caught fire at Fort Lauderdale International Airport in Florida today, the Federal Aviation Administration said. The plane, a Boeing 767 bound for Caracas, Venezuela, caught fire on Taxiway B while taxiing for departure from Runway 28, according to the FAA.
US: Defense Contractor Tried to Smuggle F-35 Blueprints to Iran
Pratt & Whitney Engineer Attempted to Ship Thousands of Proprietary Documents as 'Household Goods,' Prosecutors Say
Vice President Biden Embarks on Asia Tour
WASHINGTON — Vice President Joseph Biden left for Asia today, kicking off six days of diplomatic events in India and Singapore. The trip comes as U.S. foreign policy has increasingly shifted toward the region; Secretary of State John Kerry visited India less than a month...
Asiana Flight 214 Investigation Update
National Transportation Safety Board head details the latest news about Saturday's deadly crash.
Asiana Airlines Crash: Officials Investigate Flight 214's Crash Landing at San Francisco Airport
National Transportation Safety Board officials are investigating the scene at San Francisco International Airport after the fiery crash of an Asiana Airlines jet killed two and injured 181 people this weekend. Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was carrying more than 300 people when it crashed at San
Boeing 777 Records First Fatalities in Its 18 Year History
The Boeing 777, considered one of safest aircrafts in the sky, recorded the first fatalities since it was launched 18 years ago when the Asiana Airlines crashed at San Francisco Airport today. "The triple-7 is one of the safest airplanes in use, it's been a marvelous bird," ABC News' aviation
Multi-Billion Dollar F-35 Fleet Grounded
The military has grounded its entire fleet of F-35 stealth fighters, the most expensive weapons program in history, after finding a crack in one of the multi-million-dollar plane’s engines. The grounding comes just days after the Marine Corps gave its variation of the fighter the...