ValuJet may be able to fly again, but perhaps with a different name
ValuJet used damaged jets and green help, FAA says Special inspection lists 34 serious violations after crash that killed 110
FAA asks Congress to change its role Agency would make safety sole mission, drop task of promotion
ValuJet shut down indefinitely FAA cites airline's 'serious deficiencies' in operations; 'Multiple shortcomings' found; Outside contracts hinder ability to assign and direct repairs
FAA issues new rules for children
Air and Space gets new director
Harold E. Hartman, 74, Glenn L. Martin employee
Raise your summer safety consciousness Travel: More children are hurt during the hot months than at any other time of year. Families need to stay alert to prevent injuries.
FAA is hard put to monitor airline subcontractors Maintenance 'outsourcing' implicated in ValuJet crash
ValuJet stockholders sue, say assurances of safety were false 3 shareholders seek class-action status
Spicing up fun with a little terror Ride: Zoom up like a bullet. Plunge down like a falling safe. All from 921 feet in the air. And have a good time!
Jet's voice recorder discloses fire warning Cause of cabin blaze is still being probed
Another plane crashes on Shore Pilot walks away, a day after family survived ditching
ValuJet hopes to be at full schedule by year-end Company reports it is recovering in aftermath of crash
Jet parts dragged from Everglades mud Larger crash debris defies attempts at recovery
FAA to face probe over inspections Pressure alleged to soften reports on ValuJet
Safety concerns raised about discount-fare fleets Start-up air carriers typically use planes several decades old
Mystery of the Everglades ValuJet Airlines crash: FAA safety review is important in resolving public's questions.
Sirens to signal crash drill BWI: Airport to have triennial crash training exercise with about 400 people participating.
Workers hit the highway in droves Rising before dawn for lengthy commute can be costly, stressful
USAir pays $140,000 to settle case FAA alleged airline flew an unsafe 767 to London in 1994
FTC OKs Lockheed purchase of Loral Approval vote is 5-0 after Md. giant eases antitrust worries
FAA rules not the real problem
Air, childhood experts worried that 7-year-old was at controls Some psychologists reluctant to question parents' motives
Young cross-country pilot tells kids to wait
Residents to get paid to escape BWI noise Expenses for moving go to aviation agency
Aviation agency to pay cost of moving residents from BWI airport noise Mobile home park is in noise zone
Roxy Laybourne's eagle eye The nation's bird lady: If the FBI or the FAA wants to solve a case involving birds, they turn to the Smithsonian's Roxy Laybourne. Her investigation of Chinese duck feathers once led to a murder conviction.
Flight control to change radically FAA announces plan to let pilots choose route, altitude, speed; Industry backs 'free flight'; Envisioned system will depend on satellites, computers
Private planes and public policy
U.S. plans to punish Castro Navy, Coast Guard search for debris from planes Cuba downed
Laker Airways to fly across the Atlantic once again
Rare private airstrip is up for sale Owners say their airpark requires too much work
FAA bid to update wastes years, billions Modernization pledge made in 1981 strike is still not fulfilled
Suppliers accused of selling faulty plane parts Fake certifications masked defects
2 jets with hundreds aboard narrowly miss colliding at JFK Confusion over order lets one plane take off as another crosses runway
Twin sisters share lasting passion for football They were among first Colts majorettes
Electronic Systems beckons to buyers
Pieces regularly fall off planes, and officials duck the issue Airlines, government say problem is insignificant
BWI may give travelers a holiday headache
Unskilled pilot was aboard crashed plane Aviation officials probe failed instrument landing
Birds swamp airport radar in Midwest
First flier in, out of BWI 'Larger than life': John K. Hinson was honored at BWI for his six-decade contribution to Maryland aviation. He still returns to the airport daily.
Sloppy workers, ill-trained FAA inspectors jeopardize airline safety Adhesive tape was used to patch a jet's windows
BWI and other airports go under heavy security So carry a photo I.D., or expect to have every bag searched
Sky diver lived to risk life Columbia man, veteran of 1,400 jumps, died when chute failed
Skydiver's family remembers his love of risk 'He always said he'll jump till he dies'
Man, teen charged with auto theft, drug possession after chase, crash
Nothing left to chance for pope Detailed preparations for visit under way in churches, stadium