A small plane crashed near an airport in Stafford County early Sunday morning, sending two people on board to the hospital.
None of the three commuter jets that flew too close together near Washington was ever on course to collide head-on with the others, federal officials said Thursday.
For the second time this week a person has died in a small plane crash. A plane crashed Thursday morning around 10:50 a.m. in Berlin, Md. Maryland State Police said the pilot is believed to be the only occupant of the Piper Super Cub plane.
One person was killed when a small plane crashed near Davis Airport in Gaithersburg on Monday evening.
A 64-year-old Rockville man died Friday morning when the plane he was piloting crashed at Carroll County Regional Airport.
The pilot who died in a mid-air collision with another plane over Fauquier County on Memorial Day has been identified as 60-year-old James M. Duncan of Bethesda, Md.
Virginia State Police have identified the survivor or Monday’s mid-air plane crash as Thomas R. Proven of Broad Run, Va.
Virginia State Police say two people died and another was injured after two planes collided in mid-air in Fauquier County shortly after 4 p.m. Monday.
A BWI spokesman says no one was injured when a single-engine plane’s nose gear collapsed as it arrived at the airport.
A small jet veered off the runway at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Monday night. The two people on board were not hurt.