Archive for January 26th, 2012

TAM False Start, Engine Shuts Down, Paris Return

Thursday, January 26th, 2012
TAM False Start, Engine Shuts Down, Paris Return

Click to view full size photo at Contact photographer Konstantin von Wedelstaedt What: TAM Linhas Aereas Airbus A330-200, en route from Paris to Rio de Janeiro Where: Paris When: Jan 24th 2012 Who: 160 passengers Why: On takeoff, the plane developed a problem. The right engine was shut down. After suffering what sounded... »

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No More Prayer Cards from Alaskan Airlines

Thursday, January 26th, 2012
No More Prayer Cards from Alaskan Airlines

Alaskan Airlines announced that 16.5 million passengers annually have been getting prayer cards from Alaskan airlines, but as of this february, the tradition will be no more. They are pulling the plug due to mixed reviews. The cards came delivered with on board meals. The cards were an annoyance to some, a benefit to... »

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Pilot Walks Away from Cessna Crash in Florida Wood

Thursday, January 26th, 2012
Pilot Walks Away from Cessna Crash in Florida Wood

What: Cessna 210E Centurion Where: near Spruce Creek Airport, Daytona Beach When: Jan 25, 2012 Who: pilot Why: Just after taking off from Spruce Creek Airport on a test-flight to check his rebuilt engine, the rebuilt engine of pilot James Clarry’s Cessna quit. Eight minutes after takeoff, the plane nosedived and flipped near Port... »

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Airspeed Issues Cancel Flight

Thursday, January 26th, 2012
Airspeed Issues Cancel Flight

Click to view full size photo at Contact photographer Steffen Conzelmann What: SAS Scandinavian Airlines Canadair CRJ-900 en route from Vilnius (Lithuania) to Copenhagen Where: Vilnius When: Jan 25th 2012 Why: On takeoff, the pilot and copilot had airspeed indications which did not agree. The pilots rejected takeoff. Some time after the flight... »

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RSS Plane Crash News

  • Plane crash-lands off Iron Bridge Road in Columbia
    Plane crash-lands off Iron Bridge Road in Columbia. Saturday. Mar 24, 2018 at 1:14 PM Mar 24, 2018 at 8:36 PM. By James Bennett The sign in front the property at 1112 Iron Bridge Road reads, “No trespassing.” An angry-looking German shepherd greets visitors who pull into the ...
  • Disaster Drill Held At Nashville International Airport
    A plane crash and explosions at Nashville International Airport were all part of a safety drill. First responders rushed to the scene of a mock plane crash to locate and help victims on Saturday. Over 100 volunteers were on hand to act as victims and their family members, and 40 different local agencies ...
  • Hendrick Motorsports drivers worried? Think again
    In 2004, hours after a plane crash took the lives of 10, including four members of the Hendrick family, Jimmie Johnson earned the win. In all, Hendrick Motorsports has earned 24 wins at NASCAR's oldest facility, many of those wins propelling its drivers to championships or stopping frustrating losing ...
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  • Hundreds take to the streets in Montreal to push for better gun control legislation in US
    Canada. Plane crash that killed MP Jean Lapierre caused by an unstable landing · TSB animation shows what led to plane crash that killed Jean Lapierre, 6 others · 02:44 ...
  • Pilot who blamed crash on prosthetic leg gets weeks in jail
    SUFFOLK, Va. (AP) — A Virginia man with a prosthetic leg who crashed a plane after authorities repeatedly warned him not to fly has been sentenced to two weeks in jail. Robert Gray Jr. pleaded guilty in December to flying without a license. The Virginian-Pilots reports that the U.S. Department of ...
  • Pilot Who Blamed Crash on Prosthetic Leg Gets Weeks in Jail
    Pilot Who Blamed Crash on Prosthetic Leg Gets Weeks in Jail. An unlicensed pilot who blamed his plane crash on his prosthetic leg has been sentenced to two weeks in jail. March 24, 2018, at 4:22 p.m.. Pilot Who Blamed Crash on Prosthetic Leg Gets Weeks in Jail. Share. ×. Share on Facebook.
  • US-Bangla Air: Crash survivor to be flown to Singapore
    His son, cousin and other family members told doctors that they want to move him to Singapore. “A medical board formed for the plane crash survivors found his right leg severely infected. The leg may need to be amputated,” Samanta Lal Sen, chief of the 14-member board, told reporters at a briefing at ...
  • Seven Fast Facts: K Cairo Santos
    Not surprisingly, Santos won the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month. Honoring His Father Airplane tragedies play a somber role in Santos' life on and off the field. His father, Cairo Sr., was a pilot for Brazilian airline Varig. In 2013 his dad died in a stunt plane crash. "I used to talk to […]
  • VIDEO: This pilot's plane engine stopped mid air; here's how he handled the crisis
    At an altitude of 2,500 metres, there was little Barber could do to prevent the crash. A video of the incident was posted on the Internet, where one can easily see the engine stopping. 0. Shares. Share. By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 24, 2018 8:35 pm. plane crash, plane crash video, ...


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