Aviation

Russia finds flight recorder after Black Sea crash

Device that could help identify cause of military plane crash is found as search for dozens of bodies continues.

Europe

Russia: Terrorism not likely cause of Tu-154 crash

Massive search for bodies and black box under way after Syria-bound military jet carrying 92 crashed into Black Sea.

Europe

Russia mourns victims of military plane crash

More than 3,000 personnel join search for bodies after Syria-bound military jet with 92 on board crashes into Black Sea.

Malta

Libyan plane hijack ends peacefully in Malta

Aircraft with 118 people on board was hijacked by men claiming to have hand grenades who threatened to blow it up.

Malta

Libya passenger jet hijacked, diverted to Malta

Aircraft with 118 people on board hijacked by men claiming to have hand grenades who threatened to blow it up.

Aviation

Colombia plane ran out of fuel, pilot said before crash

Electrical failure and lack of fuel resulted in plane crash, according to recording of pilot's final communication.

Europe

Lufthansa pilots extend strike over pay dispute

Pilots at German airline extend strike to Saturday, leaving tens of thousands of passengers stranded.

Turkey attempted coup

Turkish Airlines pilots 'willing' to take up army jobs

Hundreds of "patriotic" pilots are ready to replace army staff sacked after coup attempt, Turkish Airlines chair says.

US & Canada

Shooting scare forces evacuation of JFK terminal

Operator of New York's international airport says no bullet shells found but action taken out of "abundance of caution".

Aviation

Computer outage halts departing Delta Airlines flights

Major American airline urges passengers to remain calm and check status after what it calls a "system-wide" issue.

US & Canada

Sixteen killed in Texas hot-air balloon crash

Authorities say the hot-air balloon was carrying at least 16 people when it caught fire and crashed.

EgyptAir crash

EgyptAir crash: Flight recorder successfully 'repaired'

One of two flight recorders found in Mediterranean repaired as French prosecutors open manslaughter probe into crash.

EgyptAir crash

EgyptAir flight recorders 'severely damaged'

Memory units that could solve mystery of air crash that killed 66 people will require "lots of time and effort" to fix.

EgyptAir crash

Cockpit voice recorder recovered from EgyptAir plane

Investigators retrieve recorder's memory unit, raising hopes of solving mystery of plane crash that killed 66 people.

Investigative

Boeing stymied staff from talking to regulators

Aviation giant made engineers sign non-disclosure deals, leading to refusals to talk to the FAA and an official probe.