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Channel 2 NewsThe pilots involved in a midair collision near Talkeetna nearly two years ago that left a family of four dead were communicating on different radio frequencies, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. A factual NTSB report, released...
Channel 2 NewsA local air carrier will once again offer passenger service in Bush Alaska after switching to cargo-only flights in the wake of deadly crash more than 25 years ago. In mid-May, Ryan Air announced that it will schedule passenger services to remote areas...
Juneau EmpireThree people aboard a small plane were uninjured when it crashed after takeoff at Juneau International Airport. The Juneau Empire reports (http://is.gd/qWPWOo) the accident happened Sunday evening after the plane, a single-engine Maule M-5,...
Channel 2 NewsA plane crashed Saturday afternoon just outside of Newtok, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. Clint Johnson, chief of the NTSB in Anchorage, said the plane departed from Bethel and crashed at about 4 p.m. Saturday, a mile and a half...
STORY UPDATED AT 8:25 p.m. at 5/4/13: Scientists say Alaska's Cleveland Volcano is undergoing a continuous low-level eruption. The activity began with an explosion early Saturday morning, followed by two other explosions hours later. ...
Channel 2 NewsMore than 100 contract weather observers working for the Federal Aviation Administration could be out of a job in September 2013. The FAA says it's looking at transferring the observers' duties to certified air traffic controllers at the end of the fiscal...
Channel 2 NewsOne of the automatic budget cuts triggered by the 2013 federal sequestration is a nationwide furlough of air traffic controllers by the Federal Aviation Adminstration, including the control tower employees at Anchorage's Ted Stevens International Airport....
Channel 2 NewsA new Federal Aviation Administration rule requiring commercial pilots for regional airlines to have more hours of flying experience is scheduled to go into effect Aug. 2. The FAA says all captains and co-pilots for so-called Part 121 carriers, including...
Channel 2 NewsA March 4 plane crash near Rainy Pass that killed all three people on board occurred during what another pilot called “severe turbulence” and flat light conditions, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. A preliminary NTSB...
Channel 2 NewsThe National Transportation Safety Board says a cargo plane that crashed near Dillingham, leaving both of the Anchorage men flying it dead, was under an instrument flight rules flight plan when it “impacted rising terrain” Friday morning....
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