Culver City Residents Warn Of More Jet Noise, Pollution From New FAA Flight Paths Residents in Culver City say a new air traffic control system is behind increased jet noise and pollution in the skies above their homes.
Only On 9: Punches Fly At Apple Valley High School In Fight Over Confederate Flag Belt BuckleThe blows were caught on grainy cellphone video.
American Airlines To Offer Nonstop Flights From LAX To CubaAmerican Airlines plans to begin charter service from Los Angeles to Havana later this year.
Spaceflight Record Holder, Retired NASA Astronaut Jerry Ross Honored At Baseball GameIn the triple-digit heat, retired NASA astronaut Jerry Ross stood on the mound, waved to the crowd, and delivered a solid pitch to open the minor league ball game in his honor.
NASA's Volcanic Ash Test Aims To Study Engine Health, Improve Aviation Safety
Plane Headed To Peru Returns To LAX After Crew Thought They Smelled SmokeThe 230 passengers were taken to an area hotel for the evening.
Woman In Wheelchair Sues Airline Alleging She Had To Crawl Up Stairs To Board FlightA woman in a wheelchair is suing American Airlines claiming she was forced to crawl up stairs without help to get onto a plane bound for Los Angeles International Airport.
NASA Test-Launches JPL's 'Flying Saucer' Mars LanderNASA hopes to learn much from Monday's test launch of the vehicle they hope one day will land humans on Mars.
Camarillo Flight School To Train Chinese PilotsA Southern California flight school is capitalizing on the strong demand for pilots in China.
Hawaiian Airlines Flight Lands Safely After Reporting Mechanical IssueOfficials say an Airbus 330 passenger jet was inbound to Los Angeles International Airport after reporting a possible mechanical issue,
Delta Air Flight Makes Emergency Landing In Los AngelesMarshall Lowe, a spokesman for Los Angeles International Airport, said flight 1471A reported possible mechanical problems minutes after takeoff Sunday.
NASA-Developed Electric Propulsion Tech To Increase Aviation Energy Efficiency By 500 PercentIn this potential "new age of aviation", aircraft would be far less reliant on fossil fuels, while improving performance and greatly reducing noise.