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FAA To Weigh Easing Limits on Electronic Devices

The Federal Aviation Administration will consider a recommendation next week that it ease restrictions on airline passengers' use of smartphones, tablets and other personal electronic devices during takeoffs and landings.

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Emergency Call Preceded Plane Crash in Grand Teton

The National Transportation Safety Board says the pilot of an experimental plane that crashed Wednesday in grand Teton National Park told air traffic controllers there was a problem with the plane and that the pilot was returning to the airport when the plane crashed.

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Cheyenne Regional Airport\Facebook
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Cheyenne Airport to Get Much Needed Runway Rehabilitation

The Cheyenne Regional Airport Board approved a grant agreement with the FAA for up to $1 million dollars for rehabilitation to its runways...

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Officials: LaHood pledged to keep small towers open

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is said to be assuring lawmakers that 149 small airport towers will remain open.

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Cheyenne Airport Control Tower To Stay Open

The Cheyenne Regional Airport's Air Traffic Control tower will remain open after all. The decision by the federal Aviation Administration(FAA) finalized a list of 149 contract towers across the country that will be closed beginning on April 7th...

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Trevor J. Carl, flickr
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Georgia Jet Crash Kills Five, Injures Two

THOMSON, Ga. (AP) — Authorities plan to investigate after a small jet crashed off the end of a runway after landing in eastern Georgia, killing five people aboard and injuring two...

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Yellowstone Wants Your Holiday Memories of Park [AUDIO]

Federal investigators are trying to determine what caused a small twin-engine life flight aircraft to go off a taxiway and into a ravine at the Sheridan County Airport. Doug Randall reports.  if you have a holiday season story about Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone's oral history project wants to hear it.  Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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