AeroMexico

Aeromexico Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Santiago, Chile

Friday, April 7, 2017
By George Hatcher
Aeromexico Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Santiago, Chile

Aeromexico flight AM-11 had to return for an emergency landing in Santiago, Chile, on April 5th. The Boeing 787-800 plane took off for Mexico City, Mexico, but had to turn back after cracks were noticed on captain’s windshield. The plane landed back safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed. Download article as PDF »

Aeromexico Connect Flight Makes Emergency Landing after Snake was Spotted On Board

Tuesday, November 8, 2016
By George Hatcher
Aeromexico Connect Flight Makes Emergency Landing after Snake was Spotted On Board

Aeromexico Connect flight AM-231 had to make an emergency landing in Mexico City, Mexico, on November 6th. The Embraer ERJ-190 plane was flying from Torreon, Mexico, when a snake was spotted in the cabin, prompting the crew to declare an emergency. The plane landed uneventfully. All passengers and crew members remained safe. The incident... »

Aeromexico Plane Rejects Takeoff in Mexico due to another Aircraft on Runway

Saturday, July 16, 2016
By George Hatcher
Aeromexico Plane Rejects Takeoff in Mexico due to another Aircraft on Runway

Aeromexico flight AM-421 had to reject takeoff at a high speed at Mexico City International Airport, Mexico City, Mexico, on July 13th. The Boeing 737-700 was accelerating to takeoff for Merida, Mexico, when the crew saw another aircraft on the runway, prompting the plane to stop. The aircraft braked heavily. All people onboard remained... »

AeroMéxico Flight Returns to Mexico after Part of Engine Cover Comes Off

Monday, December 28, 2015
By George Hatcher
AeroMéxico Flight Returns to Mexico after Part of Engine Cover Comes Off

AeroMéxico flight 3351 had to return and make an emergency landing at Mexico City International Airport, Mexico, on December 23. The plane took off for Cancún, Mexico, but had to return shortly afterwards after a portion of right engine cover became detached. The plane landed uneventfully. No injuries were reported. Download article as PDF »

AeroMexico Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Shannon Airport

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
By George Hatcher
AeroMexico Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Shannon Airport

An AeroMexico flight made an emergency landing at Shannon Airport, Ireland, on June 29. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner, heading from Mexico City to Paris Charles De Gaulle airport in France, had to be diverted after a fire alarm sounded in cargo hold. The plane landed uneventfully. All 193 people aboard remained unharmed. Download article... »

Aeromexico Flight Diverts to Chicago due to Pressurization Issues

Friday, February 6, 2015
By George Hatcher

Aeromexico flight 9101 was forced to divert and make an emergency landing in Chicago, Illinois, on February 5. The Boeing 737-800 was en-route from General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Cancun, Mexico, when the passengers heard a loud explosion. Shortly afterwards, the pilot announced that the aircraft was losing pressure and sought... »

Aeromexico Connect Depressurizes Over Mexico

Monday, March 19, 2012
By George Hatcher
Aeromexico Connect Depressurizes Over Mexico

Click to view full size photo at Airliners.net Contact photographerRicardo Morales What: Aeromexico Connect Embraer ERJ-145 en route from Veracruz to Monterrey Where: Tampico When: Mar 17th 2012 Who: 48 passengers and 3 crew Why: The flight developed a cabin pressure problem. As the aircraft (and oxygen masks) descended and temps in the plane... »

Cerritos: Aeromexico Shattered Lives

Wednesday, August 31, 2011
By George Hatcher

In George’s Point of View It is a strange, sad phenomenon how tragedies live on. On August 31, 1986, a Piper and a Douglas DC-9-32 collided over Cerritos California. The Piper, carrying the pilot and two passengers was going from Torrence to Big Bear. They departed Torrence at 11:46. The DC-9 from Mexico City... »

Diligent Kudos to AeroMexico for Averting a Disaster

Tuesday, March 15, 2011
By George Hatcher

What: Aeromexico Boeing 737-700 scheduled from Costa Rica to Mexico City Where: Costa Rica When: Mar 12, 2011 Who: 2 (drunk) Mexican pilots, 101 passengers Why: Saturday on arrival at the airport in Costa Rica for their shift, these two AeroMexico pilots complained of nausea. They probably had big heads too, since they had... »

AeroMexico Boeing Engine Problems; Diverts to Azores

Sunday, December 5, 2010
By George Hatcher
AeroMexico Boeing Engine Problems; Diverts to Azores

Click to view full size photo at Airliners.net Contact photographer Jorge Garcia What: Aeromexico Boeing 777-200 en route from Mexico City (Mexico) to Madrid,SP Where: Santa Maria When: Dec 4th 2010 Why: Initially, the flight diverted to the Azores Islands due to a Spanish strike, but later said there were problems with the right... »

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