Report: Plane's Inability to Climb Led to Henderson CrashA preliminary accident report by the National Transportation Safety Board shows a vintage military plane failed to accelerate and was unable to make a normal climb, leading to a crash shortly after takeoff from a Nevada airport.
MIlitary Aircraft Crashes Near Nellis Air Force BaseMilitary officials and local police say an aircraft has crashed in a desert area near Nellis Air Force Base after the pilot ejected with minor injuries.
Records: Vegas Stunt Planes Company Had Safety ConcernsBefore a recent stunt plane crash killed an instructor pilot and student passenger, records show that federal authorities had noted multiple safety issues on similar acrobatic flights offered by a Las Vegas tourism company that allows paying customers — even those without any previous flight experience — to fly and control planes.
Plane in Fatal Crash Belonged to Henderson Stunt-Flying CompanyA single-engine plane that crashed and killed two people was owned by a Las Vegas-area tourism company that lets customers feel what it's like to be a fighter pilot.
NTSB Releases Airplane Crash ReportInvestigators say a landing gear collapsed on a twin-engine Piper Aerostar airplane that crashed and burned this month at North Las Vegas Airport.
Plane Crashes At North Las Vegas AirportA pilot and passenger managed to escape when their twin-engine plane made a hard handing and caught fire at the North Las Vegas Airport.
Two-Time Olympian Runner Killed In Ariz. Plane Crash A two-time Olympic distance runner, his 15-year-old son and his son's friend were killed in a fiery plane crash in Sedona, Ariz., his wife said Friday.
Firefighters Killed In Plane CrashOfficials in southwestern Utah have identified the pilots killed in the crash of a firefighting aircraft near the Utah-Nevada border.
Pilot in Crash Flew Straight into Cliff A preliminary federal report shows the pilot of a plane that crashed into the Superstition Mountains on Nov. 23 appears to have flown straight into a cliff without making any effort to climb over the mountain.
Air Crash Death Toll Rises to 10The names of two more victims in the nation's deadliest air racing disaster have been released.
Pilot Did Not Eject Before CrashThe search continues for the pilot of an Air Force jet about 150 miles north of Las Vegas.
CRASH UPDATE: Nellis Grounds All Training FlightsLAS VEGAS(CBS) - The United States Air Force has suspended all air training at Nellis until further notice.