Russia closes airspace after alleged drone attack
Saint Petersburg's Pulkovo Airport also temporarily suspended all flights.
Joe Biden can't be trusted on Chinese spy balloons, Americans say
The Chinese spy balloon has sparked concerns among the American public over mass surveillance and international espionage, experts told Newsweek.
Moldova closes airspace as Russia coup fears grow
Moldova's temporary airspace closure comes after Moldovan President Maia Sandu alleged that Russia was seeking to overthrow her government.
FAA 'Deeply' Regrets Its Part in Event That Led to Capitol False Alarm
The Federal Aviation Administration issued the mea culpa for not telling Capitol Police a military plane would be flying in the restricted airspace.
Russia Closes Airspace to Airlines From EU Members, Canada
Flights from 36 countries, including 27 members of the European Union, are not allowed to fly in Russian airspace as of Monday.
All Airlines, Countries' Airspace Affected by Russian Invasion
Four countries and several airlines have suspended all commercial flight operations amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Russia's War Game Spills Into NATO Skies, Causing Spat
The Baltic NATO ally summoned Russia's envoy to demand an explanation, but Moscow claims the incursion was an emergency call which is being "politicized."
Russia Takes Swipe at NATO Over Jets Near Airspace
Russian jets have been caught near NATO skies twice recently.
NATO Intercepts 32 Russian Warplanes Above Baltic Sea
It is a busy summer for Russia and allied forces around the Baltic Sea.
Why Russia Will Fly Recon Planes Over the U.S. and U.K.
Russian jets often fly near NATO territory, prompting scrambles. How is it able to make these reconnaissance flights?
Unmanned U.S. Space Plane Lands After Secret Mission
The unmanned X-37B, which resembles a miniature space shuttle, touched down at 7:47 a.m. EDT on a runway formerly used for landings of the now-mothballed space shuttles.
Why Are Russian Bomber Jets Flying Near Alaska?
The North American Aerospace Defense Command has noticed an uptick of approaches after two years of relative silence.
Two Russian Bombers, Two Jets Fly Near Alaska
The Russian bombers and jets flew near the U.S.'s Air Defense Identification Zone near Alaska.
Russian Aircraft Repeatedly Sighted Near Alaska
Russian bombers were among the planes flying off the coast of Alaska, according to reports.
U.S. Plans to Defy China over Airspace Warning
China warned the United States about a bomber aircraft it claims illegally entered a Chinese air defense zone.
Russia Jets Prompts NATO Air Defense over Baltics
Unannounced appearances of Russian military planes increased after the Ukraine crisis and remain high.
Estonia Accuses Russia of Violating Its Airspace Again
Estonia's Ministry of Defence claims Russian jets violated its airspace four times in 2016.
Russia Practices Downing Air Invaders Near Black Sea
Russia's has sought to strengthen its capabilities in the south as a priority.
Russia Arms Western Troops With Drones
Russia's budding drone service is being set up in the region bordering EU and NATO members.
Iraq Opens Airspace to Russia After Iran Deployment
Russian jets will not enjoy unrestricted passage into and cannot fly over Iraqi cities.
Bulgaria Concerned by Russia's Airspace Violation
Bulgaria's minister of defense has branded the moves "a provocation".
Russia Halts Cargo Bound for Turkey as Rift Continues
The Kremlin is aware of Erdogan's request to meet but would not accept or decline it.
Turkey Says Russia Again Violates Its Airspace
A Russian defense ministry spokesman calls the Turkish claim "pure propaganda."
Russia and Turkey Remain Defiant in Fighter Jet Row
Russia sent an advanced missile system to Syria on Wednesday to protect its jets operating there.
Drone Users: Get Ready to Register With the Government
The government is hoping to have drone owners registered before Christmas.
Lack of Fuel Leaves Greek Military Helpless in Face of Turkish Aggression
Greece is unable to react to Turkey's trespassing into its territory due to lack in military funding.
Venezuela Confirms Shooting Down Small Civilian Plane Near Aruba
The country denied any violation of international airspace.
Flights Cancelled as London Airspace Closed
All London airspace was closed for over an hour following an air traffic control system failure earlier today.
Russian Navy to Focus Strategy on Arctic Zone and Black Sea
Russia's top navy admiral plans to strengthen forces in Crimea and the Arctic over the next 15 years
Russia to Open Arctic Military Drone Base 420 Miles off the Alaskan Coast
The base will launch drones to patrol Russia's eastern waters and assist Russian navy