"How are illegal guns reaching the hands of criminals in Canada?" Canadian authorities asked in a tweet.
A Red Bull plane crashed during a stunt that was supposed to see two pilots swapping positions midair—a move banned by authorities amid safety fears.
The Federal Aviation Administration issued the mea culpa for not telling Capitol Police a military plane would be flying in the restricted airspace.
Mike Tyson threw several punches at a passenger who was reportedly irritating him on a flight on Wednesday.
A video recorded by the woman captured part of the man's lewd onboard behavior, according to a DOJ statement Sunday.
The suggested fines makes up a large chunk of the roughly $2 million in fines the FAA has proposed since the start of this year.
The passenger told authorities that he asked a female passenger's permission and thought the situation was "kind of kinky."
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"The FAA notified local authorities and will investigate," a spokesperson for the FAA told Newsweek.
A flight attendant intervened and was able to stop the passenger using a coffee pot before the FBI boarded and removed the passenger.
Among the airlines affected was Dubai's Emirates, which said it would suspend flights to nine U.S. destinations from January 19 until further notice.
Verizon and AT&T delayed their planned rollout of 5G service near airports after airlines warned about potential problems.
The Dubai-based airline announced it has suspended flights to nine major U.S. cities until further notice.
Fifty airports have been selected to have safety buffer zones ahead of AT&T and Verizon's rollout of 5G networks on January 19.
As of December 21, the FAA received more than 5,779 unruly passenger reports, with 4,156 being mask-related.
A Delta spokesperson said the airline is "investigating" the incident.
Footage of the altercation was posted to social media and showed the passenger resisting arrest by an air marshal.
"She's the reason why half of the American workforce has called it quits," one commenter said of the woman's actions toward airline employees.
Video and photos of a Jack Skellington balloon flying in Los Angles last November may have provided one possible explanation for the jet pack sightings.
The Federal Aviation Administration has received over 4,385 reports of unruly passengers in the past year. A majority of the reports dealt with federal mask mandates.
United Airlines was hit by a system-wide outage, preventing boarding at some airports across the country. Flights restarted after about 45 minutes.
The ban was issued for "special security reasons," the Federal Aviation Administration said.
Farmington Police Lieutenant Tim McKenzie said that police do not believe that any employees at the building where the plane crashed were injured.
In the video, he's seen striking an airport employee, hurling stanchions and yelling obscenities on Friday night.
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There has been a significant increase in unruly passenger investigations this year, according to the FAA. More than 600 investigations have been opened so far.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating after the pilot of a Boeing 747 reported seeing what appeared to be someone flying a jetpack.
Of the thousands of unruly passenger instances reported to the FAA, over half relate to noncompliance with mask mandates.
Two people were reportedly aboard the aircraft when it made the emergency landing in the ocean.
"Charlie 4 Charlie, would you please call law enforcement because we are gonna head back to the gate...Looks like they may have blown one of our slides on the right side as well," the pilot said.