A plane crashed moments after taking off from Centennial Airport Saturday evening.
A civilian plane traveling from Chicago to a Denver area airport was escorted by F-16 fighter jets after the pilot lost radio contact.
Some of the Rocky Mountain region’s most prominent corporations and an impressive guest list are coming together in Centennial this week.
A warning is now in effect and general aviation is on alert as Sept. 11 draws closer. One fear is that small planes could be loaded with explosives and flown into a stadium filled with sports fans.
The wreckage of a small plane bound for Centennial Airport in Arapahoe County has been found in Wyoming. The pilot of the plane was Gilmer Mickey, the passenger, Bob Albert.
Emergency responders and hospitals in the Denver metro area were busy taking care of about 200 earthquake victims on Wednesday. Fortunately, it was only a drill.
Fire officials say a small plane on a medical flight made an emergency landing at the Centennial airport after the landing gear for the aircraft’s nose failed.