Sante Fe NM Emergency Landing

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher

What: plane en route Fort Collins, Colo., to Santa Fe Where: 11 miles north of the Santa Fe Municipal Airport off Buckman Road near Canyon Diablo a few miles east of White Rock in an open area with a number of roads. When: 4 p.m Who: Two men from Greeley, Colo with minor injuries... »

DELTA AIRLINES Engine Malfunction

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher

What: DELTA AIRLINES FLIGHT 55 BOEING 777 Where: ATLANTA Georgia When: 01/02/2009 Who: The number of passengers on board is not known at this time. Why: Engine malfunctioned during take-off. The plane taxied to the gate. DAMAGE REPORTED TO RIGHT ENGINE FAN AND COWLING Recommend on Facebook Share on Google Share on Linkedin Tweet... »

Oakland Plane Crash under Investigation

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher
Oakland Plane Crash under Investigation

experimental plane pictured What: PZL 104 WILGA (experimental ) built in 1980 and last certified for flight in May 2000 Where: 9 MILES FROM OAKLAND, CA crashed onto a hill on the north end of Lake Chabot When: 01/03/2009 2 p.m. Saturday Who: pilot Thierry Thys of Oakland was injured. Why: The crash is... »

Yak Crashes in Justin Texas

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher
Yak Crashes in Justin Texas

yak40 pictured What: (initially reported as YAK-18A) two-seater Nanchang CJ-6 (Note: according to Wikipedia. Nanchang CJ-6 is the Chinese version of a Russian YAK) Where: near the north end of the Propwash Airport JUSTIN, TX When: 1/03/2009 Who: Two fatalities. Pilot Forrest Johnson and passenger Larry Cotton Why: The aircraft was making the final... »

Lear Jet crashes on Landing in Telluride

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher
Lear Jet crashes on Landing in Telluride

What: Aero Jet Lear Jet en route from Scottsdale Airport to Telluride Where: Telluride Regional Airport, CO When: Jan 3 2009 Who: 2 crew members suffered injuries. Why: The Lear Jet suffered a landing accident in snowy conditions at Telluride Regional Airport Recommend on Facebook Share on Google Share on Linkedin Tweet about it... »

Emergency Landing Vancouver International Airport

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher

What: Bombardier Inc BD-700-1A10 en route from San Jose Cabo-Los Cabos Airport Mexico to Vancouver International * (The plane was also identified as a Cessna Citation) Where: Vancouver International Airport When: Jan 4 2009 Who: 5 Why: The pilot reported problems with the landing gear. The plane was substantially damaged on landing; fortunately the... »

Cessna Emergency Landing in NC

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher
Cessna Emergency Landing in NC

What: JODA LLC’s Cessna 550 Citation II en route from Higuero/La Isabela-Dr. Joaquín Balaguer Airport (JBQ/MDJB), Dominican Republic to Wilmington-New Hanover County International Airport, NC (ILM/KILM), Where: Wilmington International Airport When: Jan 04 2009 Who: Two crew members and a family of 5 Why: When the plane was approaching and the gear failed. During... »

Antarctica Crash

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher

What: Kenn Borek Air’s BT-67 Basler turboprop-conversion of a DC-3 en route to Novolazarevskaya Station Where: on a mountain at 3200 meters in Antarctica When: Jan 5-2009 Why: The plane was porint spare parts for the cross-country vehicles of a British expedition. The plane encountered poor visibility and crash-landed. The Canadian crew of three... »

Federal Officials Investigating Louisiana Crash

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher
Federal Officials Investigating Louisiana Crash

What: Sikorsky S-76C helicopter, operated by PHI Inc Where: Louisiana marshland – Bayou Penchant area about 100 miles from New Orleans in southwestern Terrebonne Parish When: Sunday Jan. 4, 2009 Who: eight fatalities, one survivor. The helicoptor was carrying two pilots and seven passengers The dead were identified as Allen Boudreaux, of Ama, La.;... »

Emergency Services Major Incident 5 Fire Vehicles 2 Police and a Heavy Rescuee Unit

Wednesday, January 7, 2009
By George Hatcher

Santa Balloon mistaken for crashed plane in the UK. The downed plane turned out to be a “10 ft tall helium-filled Santa Claus balloon.” Recommend on Facebook Share on Google Share on Linkedin Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend Download article as PDF »

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