Safety In The Cockpit Big Concern After Pilot DiesTwo incidents in the sky in two days have passengers and airline personnel talking about safety.
2 Killed In Plane Crash Near Pagosa Springs Were There For Air RaceThe identities of two people who were killed after their small plane crashed in a field near Pagosa Springs have been released.
2 Dead In Small Plane Crashes Near Pagosa SpringsTwo people are dead after their small plane crashed in a field near Pagosa Springs.
Small Plane Lands Without Landing Gear In LongmontThe pilot of a small plane escaped unharmed after landing without landing gear on Friday morning.
Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Largely Gone From ColoradoSmoke from hundreds of wildfires burning across western Canada has largely dissipated over Colorado.
Canadian Wildfire Smoke Prompts Health Warning In ColoradoSmoke drifting south from wildfires burning in Canada has spread into Colorado, prompting a health warning for the eastern half of the state.
Man Killed In Eagle County Plane Crash Owned Aviation Company In Delta CountyThe identity of a man who died in a plane crash in Eagle County on Friday has been released.
1 Dead, 1 Injured In Plane Crash In Eagle CountyOne person has died and another seriously injured in a small plane crash at Eagle County Regional Airport on Friday.
Pilot Injured In Small Plane Crash On Cerro SummitThe pilot of a single-plane that crashed near Montrose Wednesday morning was rushed to the hospital.
CU Gets Permission To Fly Drones Over Tornado AlleyResearchers at the University of Colorado received some good news on Wednesday, the FAA gave them permission to fly drones over the portion of the nation known as "tornado alley."
Airplane Pilots Reporting Increase In Drone Encounters In The SkyThe Federal Aviation Administration bans the commercial use of drones but the high-flying devices are so popular with hobbyists, they are becoming a threat to airplanes.
FAA Orders Helicopter Inspections After Fatal Crash In ErieThe FAA has grounded more than 300 Enstrom helicopters nationwide until they can be inspected for possible cracks like the one that may have caused a crash last month that killed two people in Erie.