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A private jet carrying Dale Earnhardt Jr. burst into flames. He and his family were able to evacuate.
Earnhardt Jr. and his family were able to evacuate. He was reportedly transported to the hospital for minor injuries.
A plane collided with a huge lamp post at an airport in Australia, damaging its nose and forcing everyone to get off
Passengers said they felt a "massive jolt" when the Cobham Aviation plane, carrying 62 passengers and four crew members, collided with the structure.
The aircraft crashed into a residential area in Rawalpindi, a northern city near Islamabad, during a routine training exercise early Tuesday morning.
Terrifying footage from inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 plane shows the moments before it crashed into the sea
One person was killed and six others were injured when the plane crashed in Chuuk, in the Federated States of Micronesia, in September.
The small jet in the Ocean City, Maryland, crash had only one occupant, who owned the plane. He was not injured.
It’s been 5 years since MH17 was shot down, killing 298 people. Here’s what happened, and why nobody has yet been held officially responsi...
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot out of the sky over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. Investigators blame four pro-Russian military officers.
American Airlines removed Boeing's 737 Max, which crashed in Ethiopia and Indonesia in the last nine months, from its plane roster until November.
Late Thursday, a small plane crashed into a house in Hope Mills, North Carolina. Two people were killed and one was injured.
Boeing is in talks to settle with families suing it over 737 Max crash deaths and avoid a potentially excruciating trial
Families are suing Boeing over the crashed Lion Air Boeing 737 Max, setting up what might be a damaging legal confrontation.
The Boeing 737 Max crisis could mark a seismic shift for the aviation industry. Here are the other disasters that have changed the way we fly.
Two fatal crashes involving Boeing's 737 Max planes could change the US or global aviation industry in the way fatal crashes have done so before.