A Japanese pilot, who was arrested at Heathrow airport as he prepared to fly an aircraft while more than nine times over the aviation alcohol limit, was jailed for 10 months.
Investigators said the airspeed indicator of a plane that crashed was damaged for its last four flights. US authorities responded cautiously to suggestions of fleet-wide checks.
A Lion Air pilot made a radio alert minutes after takeoff due to technical problems, but they were overcome. The same jet crashed on another flight hours later, killing 189 people.
Wreckage has been found near where the plane lost contact with air traffic officials on the ground, said the head of the search and rescue agency.
A law enforcement crackdown on reckless driving has yielded marginal results on the Yangon-Mandalay Expressway.
The Lower House of Parliament passed a proposal to urge the government to keep companies hired to build and maintain the country's main roads true to their contracts.
Bangladesh's cabinet on Monday approved raising the maximum jail time for rash driving deaths to five years from three, as students protested for a ninth day.
A new report says air traffic controllers failed to initiate standard emergency phases and that there was no record that they took any action to alert the air force.
Traffic police said another 490 people were injured over the same period along what some have dubbed Myanmar's "death highway."
Bus driver drops charges after grandsons agree to reinstate driver’s license and drop reckless driving charges.
The small boat went under after its engine got entangled in flotsam, according to a local lawmaker. Ferry drivers say they are searching for the missing passengers.
Frustrated by the lack of details, lawmakers want to know how much the new port will cost, how long it will take to build, and its potential impact on locals.
SE Asian capitals work to clean their streets of vehicles that cause pollution and traffic jams, while experts defend the vital role they play in cities without adequate public tra
The Construction Ministry has been inspecting all of Myanmar's 29 suspension bridges since a collapse killed two people in April and has already deemed two bridges "dangerous."
“The negotiations have stopped. We are not moving ahead with Myanmar at the moment,” said AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes.