Sheriff: Man Hospitalized After Plane Crashes In PaynesvilleA 71-year-old man was hospitalized after his experimental airplane crashed in central Minnesota Saturday afternoon.
MAC: Blizzard Cancels 175 Flights In & Out Of MSP AirportMinnesota's Tuesday snowstorm is causing a significant amount of cancellations and delays at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The Metropolitan Airports Commission say 175 flights -- including arrivals and departures -- have been cancelled as of Tuesday night.
Regulations Have Commercial Drone Operators Scratching Their HeadsThe fledgling drone business is awash with commercial operators who don't comply with federal regulations or interpret them the wrong way, according to the CEO of an unmanned aircraft-related company.
Delta Air Lines Bans HoverboardsDelta Air Lines is not too crazy about this season's hottest holiday gift. The Georgia-based carrier announced Thursday they are banning hoverboards in all carry-on and checked bags due to safety concerns.
Drones Expected To Fly Off The Shelves This Holiday SeasonA new, hot holiday gift is taking flight this year. With prices starting as low as $60, sales for drones are soaring. Thanks to evolving technology, anyone from kids to adults can pilot a drone.
Man Detained From MSP-Bound Flight Believes He Was ProfiledNinety-two passengers aboard a flight from Florida to Minneapolis were delayed for six hours, after wondering why their plane was being turned around shortly after takeoff. Spirit Airlines flight 596 was scheduled to land in the Twin Cities at 12:20 a.m. Friday morning.
'No Fly Day' Rallies At Lake Harriet For Airplane Noise ReductionThe "No Fly Day" campaign rallied at Lake Harriet Saturday. They're calling on the Federal Aviation Administration to take action and reduce airplane noise.
FAA Loosens Runway Restrictions At MSP AirportThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will loosen its runway restrictions at MSP International Airport Friday.
Investigators Cite FAA Lack Of Guidance In Midair CollisionAviation investigators say a lack of guidance from the Federal Aviation Administration and improper training were significant factors in the midair collision of two skydiving planes over northwestern Wisconsin about two years ago.
FAA: Teen Started Helicopter At Mankato AirshowThe Federal Aviation Administration says a 17-year-old boy snuck into a Mayo Clinic helicopter at the Mankato Airshow Saturday and started it up. A spokesperson for the FAA says initial reports stated that the helicopter was started up by a young child, but the Mayo Clinic confirmed the culprit was actually a teen.
Xcel Energy Has FAA Approval To Use DronesXcel Energy says it has approval from federal regulators to use drones to inspect more than 320,000 miles of electric and natural gas infrastructure.
FAA Proposes Regulations On DronesAfter years of waiting, the Federal Aviation Administration is finally proposing news rules for the safe operation of unmanned aircraft systems, otherwise known as drones. The long anticipated regulations are an attempt to balance flight safety with a rapidly blossoming industry.