Oakland County International Airport
The plane crash happened west of the runway, just off of the Pontiac Lake boat launch.
Lakeshore Express, the airline based at Oakland County International Airport flying between Detroit, Pellston and Chicago, announced that it will begin offering same-day flight service from Oakland County to Chicago Midway Airport on Thursdays and Fridays, allowing Detroit-area business travelers to fly out at 8 a.m. and return at 5 p.m. the same day.
What’s a lomcevak? Well, it’s not related to a paczki. You’ll get some clue when you hear that you can see one at Oakland County International Airport in Waterford Township on Sunday, Aug. 25, during the annual Airport Open House and Airshow.
The startup airline Lakeshore Express, which flies 300-mph commuter aircraft in a triangle consisting of Detroit, Chicago and Pellston at the tip of the Lower Peninsula, announced it had made travel planning easier with a new Kids Fly Free promotion.
Federal investigators say they haven’t found any sign of equipment problems on a small plane that crashed shortly after takeoff from a local airport, killing all four people aboard.
Federal investigators are hoping airport video of a fiery plane crash that killed a 19-year-old pilot, his mother, stepfather and brother-in-law will shed some light on exactly what went wrong.
Radio transmissions between a 19-year-old pilot and an Oakland County airport control tower point to the small plane he was operating as being too heavy before it crashed just after takeoff, killing all four people aboard.
A small plane crashed on takeoff.
Lakeshore Express Aviation has announced they will start flight service between Oakland County International Airport (PTK) and Chicago Midway (MDW) on June 7.
A classic aircraft from the early days of commercial air travel will recreate those memories this weekend as the Experimental Aircraft Association brings its restored 1929 Ford Tri-Motor airliner to Oakland County International Airport in Pontiac