Air travel is safe (and most air traffic controllers don’t nod off), but there are warning signs aviation officials must grapple with.
Chelsea Clinton, her family, and other VIPs attending the wedding will prompt the FAA to declare a no-fly zone 90 minutes north of New York City.
Southwest Airlines has inspected all its 737-300 jets and found no problems. Fuselage damage of the sort that forced Flight 2294 to make an emergency landing Monday is very rare.
Information from "black boxes" and other sources could help prevent future accidents.
Airplanes themselves are safe, experts say, but flights to Mexico have been cut. Drug cartel violence is an issue too.
Their cost-cutting in recent years could pay off. But longtime problems remain.
Prospects improve that airlines will OK their use in flight.
Industry officials and analysts urge Washington to act to avert a collapse.
Some critics say a proposed cap on New York flights would raise costs. Others say better traffic management is the key.
At least 100 will see route cuts. Economic ripple effect may be broad.