Aviation News, Headlines & Alerts
Day: <span>October 24, 2022</span>

HERMANTOWN: Initial Findings Released by NTSB After Fatal Plane Crash – Fox21Online

HERMANTOWN, Minn. — Initial findings have been released by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) after a plane crashed into a home earlier this month, killing the pilot and the two passengers on board. Hermantown resident Jason Hoffman said he and his wife were both sleeping when the plane surged through the second floor of their home, just inches away…

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VOICE OF BUSINESS: Pilot shortage grounding planes at Dayton airport

The Dayton region is blessed to have an international airport in our backyard that is the headquarters to PSA Airlines, a regional jet carrier for American Airlines. Dayton International Airport (DAY) serves the business community, creates a nexus with logistics and freight distribution and provides access for Dayton residents to anywhere in the world.

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Costa Rica finds 2 bodies in crash of plane carrying Germans

Authorities in Costa Rica have found two bodies in the search for six people, apparently including the German businessman behind Gold’s Gym, who went missing when their small plane disappeared from radar just off the country’s Caribbean coast. The Security Ministry said the bodies of one adult and one child had been found, but that the bodies had not yet been identified. All five passengers were believed to be German citizens, said Security Minister Jorge Torres.

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Accidents: October 2022

Preliminary and final accident reports, October 2022

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Korean Airlines overshoots Cebu runway, all 173 onboard safe

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Korean Airlines plane carrying 173 passengers and crew members overshot a runway while landing in bad weather in the central Philippines early Monday and authorities said all those on board were safe but the airport was closed due to the stalled aircraft.

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