Legal Battle Over 'Noisy' Skydiving Plane Finally OverThe legal battle over a skydiving company in Longmont is over, putting an end to a fight over noise complaints from Mile-Hi Skydiving that has lasted since 2013.
Passenger At DIA: 'They Didn't Have An Explanation' For Long LinesThe FAA delayed hundreds of flights and cancelled dozens more out of Denver International Airport after a storm cell developed over the airport.
How Hot Is Too Hot Aboard An Airliner? The Law Doesn't SayAirlines have their own guidelines for setting temperature limits inside the cabin of planes.
DIA Remains Country's 5th Busiest Airport For FlightsThe Federal Aviation Administration reports Denver International Airport was once again the fifth-busiest airport in 2016, based on airport operations.
FAA: Drone Detection Crucial For Airline Passenger SafetyThe Federal Aviation Administration is testing new technology that could detect unmanned aircraft, or drones, as the devices approach Denver International Airport.
CDOT Goes To The Sky To Get Bird's Eye View Of TrafficAs part of a Federal Aviation Administration approved test, the Colorado Department of Transportation, along with Denver-based company UAVu Flight Operations, is using a six-prop drone to check out road conditions.
Crop Duster Plane Crashes Near AlamosaA crop duster small plane has crashed near Alamosa.
Pilot Avoided Home Before Ditching Jet After Obama Speech At AFAA Thunderbirds pilot who ditched his jet moments after flying over the Air Force Academy's commencement ceremony was aiming the plane away from a home before he ejected safely into a field.