Aurora Municipal Airport

A Boeing 737 owned by Gogo Air is being used to test new technology for providing in-flight WiFi service. The plane is being flown out of Aurora Municipal Airport. (Credit: Gogo Air)

Gogo Flying Boeing 737 Out Of Aurora Airport To Test WiFi Service

Residents in west suburban Sugar Grove were surprised to see a Boeing 737 airliner parked on the runway at the Aurora Municipal Airport recently, but the big jet wasn’t there for passenger flights. The plane was being flown by the company Gogo, to test new equipment for in-flight Wi-Fi services.

06/10/2015

A plane ended up in a cornfield in Aurora. (CBS)

Small Plane Goes Down Near Aurora Airport

A small plane went down at the Aurora Municipal Airport Wednesday morning, ending up in a cornfield at the end of a runway.

CBS Chicago–07/25/2012

Jack Morrison's E-Racer aircraft, while it was still under construction (Credit: eraceraircraft.com)

Pilot Killed Over The Weekend Had Survived 2 Plane Crashes

The pilot who died in a plane crash in Kane County over the weekend had survived two crashes in the past 11 years.

CBS Chicago–08/01/2011

A small experimental plane crashed on July 31, 2011, in unincorporated Big Rock in Kane County. The pilot, 73-year-old Jack Morrison, was killed in the crash. (Credit: CBS)

1 Dead In Kane County Plane Crash

One person died Sunday morning after a plane crashed shortly after takeoff from an airport in far west suburban Sugar Grove.

CBS Chicago–07/31/2011