Police Identify Pilot, Flight Student Killed In CrashAn 81-year-old pilot and his 20-year-old passenger were killed when a small plane went down in Genesee County near Flint.
Pellston Airport Plans $1.5M Passenger Bridge FixAuthorities are planning a $1.47 million project at a northern Michigan airport to replace a 10-year-old passenger bridge.
Skydive Company Operator: No Fault In Close CallThe operator of a southeast Michigan skydiving company says his pilot is blameless in a close encounter with a Spirit Airlines plane that forced a jetliner into a sharp evasive dive.
FAA Probes Close Call Of Spirit Jet, Small PlaneA passenger calls the experience "horrifying."
Closings Of Mich. Airport Control Towers DelayedThe expected closures of three air traffic control towers in Michigan are among 149 nationwide that will now be delayed.
Battle Creek Paying To Keep Kellogg Airport Tower OpenA Battle Creek official says the city plans to contract with a private company to keep the control tower open at W.K. Kellogg Airport.
3 Michigan Air Traffic Control Towers To CloseThree air traffic control towers in Michigan -- including one in Detroit -- are among 149 nationwide that will be closed due to federal budget cuts.
FAA Funding Cuts Will Close 238 Air Traffic Control Towers, 6 In Michigan Six air traffic control towers in Michigan are among 238 scheduled to close nationwide in early April as the FAA shuts off funding for those services.
Report: Obama Signs Bill To End FAA ShutdownAccording to a source speaking to the Associated Press, President Barack Obama has signed a Senate bill that will end a partial shutdown of the FAA.
Aviation Shutdown Halts Project At MetroThe partial FAA shutdown has airport projects - and the ability to pay for them - in limbo. At Metro Airport, there's an $8 million federal grant grounded in Washington.
4,000 Workers Idled By FAA ShutdownPresident Obama says he expects that a partial FAA shutdown will be resolved by end of week, and that's music to the ears of Metro Airport spokesman Mike Conway.