Federal Aviation Administration
PIERRE, S.D. — U.S. Sen. John Thune says a final decision on an expansion of training airspace for bombers from Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota could come as soon as February.
The oil boom brought Bakken commuting private jets to tiny Baker, but officials say Air Force plans for a South Carolina-sized training area over much of Eastern Montana could quiet the town’s small airport.
WILLISTON, N.D. — North Dakota state and local officials hosted the head of the Federal Aviation Administration in Williston on Monday to push their case for federal assistance and funding for infrastructure development at several airports strained by the state's oil boom.
When the U.S. Air Force first proposed using one-fifth of Montana’s airspace for a bomber testing range, ranchers and pilots objected.
Montana’s U.S. senators are accusing the Federal Aviation Administration of not giving Montanans a fair chance to comment on a proposed Air Force bomber training range over southeast Montana.
HELENA — U.S. Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont., took scores of votes during his first year in Congress, but where did he stand on the key votes during the 2013 Congress?
CASPER, Wyo. — Worland Police received the call about flooding a little before 7 a.m.
Jim Allbright, of Bozeman, finished telling a crowd of several hundred of his colleagues a story about getting roped into flying thousands of extra pounds of supplies on a cargo flight between Mexico and Miami, Fla.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a permit to United Airlines to fly its jet affected by heavy turbulence Monday to Houston for repairs, and the aircraft arrived safely in Houston Wednesday afternoon.
Eight southwestern North Dakota counties would experience air traffic interruptions under a plan by the Air Force to use 28,000 square miles of air space for bomber training runs.
BOISE, Idaho — When Dellon Smith spotted the wreckage of his older brother's airplane on the side of a central Idaho mountain, he started running.
Wyoming will not be the launch pad for America’s fledgling commercial drone industry.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced six states on Monday that will develop test sites for drones, a critical next step for the march of the unmanned aircraft into U.S. skies.
GREEN RIVER, Wyo. — If you start calling a rural airstrip a spaceport, there's no telling who might land there.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking a $304,000 fine against Great Lakes Airlines for alleged improper use of de-icing fluid.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The federal government and a company that provides air traffic control services at the Jackson Hole Airport have entered confidential settlements to end lawsuits brought by estates of a Minnesota man and his three sons who died in a plane crash after taking off from the airport.
David Blum is working without pay.
On about 30 or 40 days each year, people flying into Helena Regional Airport just might see what appears to be a 737 engulfed in flames, and water shooting from fire trucks trying to extinguish it.
BROADUS — Braden Garwood was on horseback searching for a stray bull when he heard planes flying.
The main runway at the Billings Logan International Airport was closed for an hour Tuesday morning after the landing gear collapsed on a small airplane during a landing.