The Federal Aviation Administration investigated a single-engine plane crash on Monday that killed a pilot in a neighborhood in Riverside.
A California medical examiner’s office has confirmed that Oscar-winning composer James Horner was the pilot killed in a plane crash this week, and the death has been ruled an accident.
The agent for James Horner confirmed Tuesday that the oscar-winning film composer died in a plane crash north of Santa Barbara on Monday.
The pilot of a small aircraft, which is believed to have been registered to famed film composer James Horner, was killed when the plane crashed into a remote area about 60 miles north of Santa Barbara on Monday.
University of Southern California aviation expert Michael Barr is concerned about the flying public’s response to news that Tuesday’s Germanwings jetliner crash in the French Alps was a willful act.
A preliminary report confirmed Tuesday that Harrison Ford’s vintage aircraft crashed last week after losing engine power, forcing the actor to land at Penmar Golf Course in Venice just after takeoff from Santa Monica Airport.
Aviation experts are applauding Harrison Ford’s handling of the frightening crash-landing of a vintage aircraft in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
The wreckage of Harrison Ford’s vintage plane was moved from a Venice golf course Thursday to a nearby hanger for a joint FAA and NTSB investigation into the crash of the single-engine aircraft.
Celebrities expressed concern via Twitter after learning that a single-engine plane piloted by actor Harrison Ford crash-landed in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
The pilot, identified later at Ford, was only one person on the plane, and he was taken to a hospital, where he is now listed in fair to moderate condition.
A pilot suffered minor injuries Tuesday after his plane went down in San Bernardino County.
Authorities say possible wreckage has been spotted in Mojave Desert mountains during a search for a small airplane that disappeared during a flight from Southern California to Nevada.
Colleagues of a Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientist killed Friday when his small plane went down in Van Nuys are discussing his contributions to JPL and NASA.
The Los Angeles Fire Department Friday was investigating a small plane that crashed in a busy intersection in Lake Balboa.
In 1986 an AeroMexico flight headed to LAX collided with a small plane over a quiet neighborhood in Cerritos, killing all aboard both planes, and 15 people on the ground.