FAA Investigates ‘Minor’ Conway Plane Crash; No Injuries Reported

Authorities in Conway, Arkansas responded to a “minor” plane crash on Wednesday, January 31st. The crash occurred just southwest of the Conway Municipal Airport at Cantrell Field. Fortunately, no injuries have been reported, according to the police. The Federal Aviation Administration has been notified and will be arriving to conduct a thorough investigation at the crash site. As a result, traffic surrounding the JW and Pat Brown Boulevard in the vicinity of the crash is …

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Investigating: NTSB and FAA Look into Stolen Plane Crash in North Texas

NORTH TEXAS – The National Transportation Safety Board, along with the Federal Aviation Administration, are currently investigating a tragic plane crash in North Texas. The pilot, identified as 23-year-old Logan James, died in the crash. The small aircraft was reported as stolen before the crash occurred, adding a layer of complexity to the investigation. Authorities are working to determine the circumstances that led to the theft of the plane and its subsequent crash. Both the …

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“Deadly” aircraft down in Franklin County: Flight tracker on small plane that crashed, killing three people, left Barnes Airport and FAA releases preliminary report

LEYDEN, Mass. – A small plane crash occurred in Leyden, Massachusetts, on the town line of Greenfield, resulting in the tragic deaths of three individuals on Sunday. The plane, which had departed from Barnes Airport in Westfield at 11:06 a.m., crashed just under an hour later. Authorities received a 911 call reporting the crash at around 11:30 a.m., with the crash site being located at approximately 12:30 p.m. According to information obtained from FlightAware, the …

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FAA Investigators on Scene at Venango Regional Airport After Small Plane Crash

FRANKLIN, PA – Federal Aviation Administration officials visited Venango Regional Airport on Tuesday to investigate a small plane crash that occurred on Monday. Airport manager Bill Buchna reported that the crash site had been cleared and the damaged plane was moved to a hangar for examination by FAA investigators. The FAA is looking into the cause of the crash, and the details of the investigation have not been disclosed at this time. The airport has …

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Alaska Airlines incident reveals potential disaster due to poor FAA oversight, says aviation expert

PORTLAND, Oregon – An aviation expert has expressed concern over the recent incident involving an Alaskan Airlines flight that had to be grounded after losing a door mid-flight. Dan Gryder, a certified Gold Seal flight instructor and the owner of a popular aviation YouTube page, speculated that the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) may have neglected proper oversight, potentially leading to a future aviation disaster. The incident occurred on a Boeing 737-9 MAX during a flight …

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FAA Reports Diamond DA-40 Crash on Interstate Near Asheville Airport

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its preliminary investigation report on the small plane crash that occurred on Interstate 26 near Asheville, North Carolina. The crash, which took place in December, resulted in injuries to both the flight instructor and the student pilot on board. According to the NTSB report, the Diamond DA-40 aircraft took off from Knoxville and was en route to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina when the flight instructor and pilot …

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Father and Daughter Tragically Killed in Plane Crash

PULASKI, TN – A devastating aviation accident unfolded in Tennessee last Thursday, taking the lives of a father and daughter. The incident involved a single-engine Beechcraft 35 airplane that crashed near a road in Pulaski, as confirmed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The victims of this tragic mishap were identified as 78-year-old James Blalock and his 45-year-old daughter, Jenny Blalock. The Giles County Office of Emergency Management confirmed their identities on Saturday. The Blalocks …

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Biden Administration Needs A Crash Course On How To Play Space Invaders

You should be very concerned about the recent events that happened in the U.S. this week. Three or more objects have entered U.S. airspace. Under the Biden Administration, one was lost or evaded the U.S. military, and two of them were allowed to travel, one to Canada and one to the East Coast. At least three of the objects travel through some point in Alaska.