Federal Aviation Administration
Federal officials are proposing a $55,000 fine against a Utah helicopter tour company accused of violating drug and alcohol testing regulations.
Air tour operators that use aircraft with quiet technology will be able to fly more people over the Grand Canyon.
Officials in Utah, Nevada and 22 other states are eagerly awaiting the Federal Aviation Administration’s selection of six sites where the agency will test and develop standards for drones.
A company is planning on allowing people to ride higher than 98,000 feet above Earth’s atmosphere in a specially designed balloon for $75,000 a person.
Authorities say a flight from Las Vegas to the Phoenix suburb of Mesa with federal immigration detainees aboard landed safely after losing power in one engine.