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  • Study: More pilots testing positive for drugs

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Tests of pilots killed in plane crashes over more than two decades show an increasing use of both legal and illegal drugs, including some that could impair flying, according to a study released Tuesday by the National Transportation Safety Board. The study examined toxicology...

  • Safety board finds multiple errors in UPS crash

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A fatal UPS cargo plane crash during a landing attempt last year was caused by pilots who made a series of errors and should have aborted the landing, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday. The panel also said the pilots may have been suffering from fatigue,...

  • Wreckage scattered in Ukraine as inquiry released

    HRABOVE, Ukraine (AP) — A child's jump rope, its yellow handles blistered and charred. A burned book in Tagalog. Chunks of twisted fuselage. More than seven weeks after being shot from the sky, the wreckage from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 still lay strewn Tuesday across the fields of eastern...

  • Report: CEO made wrong decision before plane crash

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The likely causes of a 2012 airplane crash that killed the head of memory chip maker Micron are a decrease in engine power during takeoff and the man's ill-fated decision to turn the experimental plane around rather than make an emergency landing, federal investigators say....

  • Small plane crashes into Atlantic off Miami Beach

    MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A small plane towing an ad banner crashed into the Atlantic Ocean about 200 yards off Miami Beach. The Coast Guard says police reported the downed Cessna aircraft Saturday afternoon. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen says the single-engine...

  • UPS, pilots' union barred from air crash probe

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal accident board has told UPS and its pilots' union they can no longer participate in the agency's investigation of a crash that killed two of the cargo shipper's pilots. The National Transportation Safety Board sent letters on Monday to UPS and the Independent Pilots...



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