Two Anchorage men were critically injured when a small plane flying over the Iron Dog snowmachine race crashed near Rainy Pass Lodge on Alaska's Iditarod Trail.Colleen Mondor
Three men walked away unharmed from a plane crash northwest of Port Alsworth Tuesday after their aircraft ran out of fuel mid-flight. “We carefully gassed up for 90 miles,” said one passenger on the plane. “And we had 110 to go.”Michelle Theriault Boots
With the opening of a Flight Standards District Office in Mat-Su, the agency formally moves beyond the Alaska's three major cities.Colleen Mondor
Grant Aviation, which once dominated the Western Alaska market, is gearing up for a comeback after a difficult spell.Lisa Demer
A floatplane nosed over into Campbell Lake on Friday afternoon but no one was injured, said an Anchorage Fire Department official.Alaska Dispatch News
This week in the arts: from cabaret to wooden bowls to pilots of yoreMike Dunham
Urban Rahoi was back in a B-17 Friday, and while he would have much preferred to be at the controls of the Flying Fortress above the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the veteran Fairbanks flier settled for a place as a passenger in the “Arsenal of Democracy” tour marking the anniversary of the end of fighting in Europe during World War II.Dermot Cole

Dozens of vintage planes from World War II cruised over the Potomac River and near the major Washington, D.C., monuments in an aerial armada that marked the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory in Europe and the surrender of Nazi Germany. Thousands of people gathered below, from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, to witness the low-altitude procession.

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