Federal Aviation Administration North Runway At Glenn Airport Reopens By Jim Letizia • 11 hours ago The north runway at the John Glenn Airport has reopened, following completion of a 17.3 million dollar improvement project. NTSB Blames Pilot, Jet Company For Fatal Akron Crash By Associated Press • Oct 19, 2016 wkyc.com The National Transportation Safety Board says pilot error during the approach to the Akron Fulton airport caused the crash that killed two pilots and seven passengers aboard a corporate jet last year. Plane Crash Claims Two Lives By Associated Press • Oct 17, 2016 Warren County Sheriff's deputies say two people were killed last night when a small plane crashed in a heavily wooded area in Turtlecreek Township. Ultralight Glider Crashes In Champaign County By Associated Press • Sep 25, 2016 googlemaps.com Champaign County Sheriff's deputies say an ultralight glider crashed in Salem Township Saturday afternoon and the operator has not been found. Clark County Plane Crash Claims Lives Of Michigan Leader And His Wife By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Jul 23, 2016 Detroit Free Press Authorities say two people were killed when a small, experimental plane crashed in a cornfield Friday just outside of Springfield. OHP Identifies Pilot Killed In Single-Engine Plane Crash In Greene County By Associated Press • Jan 28, 2016 whio.com The Ohio Highway Patrol has identified the pilot of a single-engine aircraft that crashed on approach to the Greene County Regional airport in Xenia late Tuesday. Pilot Killed In Single-Engine Plane Crash In Greene County By Jim Letizia • Jan 27, 2016 The Ohio Highway Patrol says a single-engine aircraft crashed last night as it approached the Greene County Regional Airport in Xenia. NTSB Recovers Cockpit Recorder From Wreckage Of Akron Plane Crash By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Nov 13, 2015 wkyc.com The National Transportation Safety Board says the cockpit voice recorder from a small jet that crashed into an apartment building in Akron this week captured the pilot and co-pilot discussing weather and landing conditions. Dayton Company Gets Federal Drone Use Waiver By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Dec 11, 2014 wollpert.com The Federal Aviation Administration has granted a Dayton company an exception to the current ban on drones not for government or recreational use. No Injuries After Plane Crashes In New Carlisle By Jim Letizia • May 27, 2014 whio.com The pilot and a passenger of a small, two-seat plane walked away from a crash landing without injury yesterday. Two Injured In Helicopter Crash By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Apr 25, 2014 The State Highway Patrol and federal authorities are searching for the cause of Thursday's crash of a small, privately owned helicopter into a field in Union County. Dayton Airport Upgrades Planned By Jim Letizia • Aug 30, 2013 The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than four-million-dollars in grants to improve runways, fencing and other safety and security measures at the Dayton Airport. Port Columbus Opens New Runway Today By Jim Letizia • Aug 22, 2013 Port Columbus officials will open a new south runway today. Control Tower Operators Protest Closure Plans By Jim Letizia • Apr 2, 2013 Cuayhoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald says he will appeal the loss of the County Airport control tower to the Federal Aviation Administration and a federal appeals court. Drone Aircraft Coming To Ohio By Jim Letizia • Feb 15, 2013 The FAA has given the Medina County sheriff's office permission to use drones to search for missing people or fugitives.