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Corendon Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Amsterdam

Corendon Airlines flight XC-50 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on October 1st.

The Boeing 737-800 plane heading from Rotterdam, Netherlands, to Antalya, Turkey, was diverted due to a suspected tail strike during departure.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Tailwind Airlines Plane Diverts to Sofia due to Loss in Cabin Pressure

Tailwind Airlines flight XC-1845 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Sofia Airport, Bulgaria, on March 11th.

The Boeing 737-400, flying on behalf of Corendon Air, was en-route from Antalya, Turkey, to Zurich, Switzerland, had to divert due to a loss in cabin pressure.

The oxygen masks were released for the passengers, and they complained pressure and pain in ears.

The plane landed safely.


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Corendon Dutch Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Amsterdam

Corendon Dutch Airlines flight CD-295 made an emergency landing in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on June 27th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane took off for Kos, Greece, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew received a wheel well fire indication.

The plane landed back uneventfully. All passengers and crew members remained safe.


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Corendon Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Loss of Cabin Pressure

Corendon Airlines flight CND-218 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Antalya, Turkey, on June 6th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane heading from Hurghada, Egypt, to Amsterdam, Netherlands, was diverted due to loss of cabin pressure.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Corendon Dutch Airlines Flight Returns to Amsterdam due to Technical Issue

Corendon Dutch Airlines flight CND-491 had to return and make an emergency landing in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on January 26th.

The plane took off for Lanzarote, Spain, but had to return shortly afterwards due to a technical issue.

The plane landed back uneventfully. Everyone aboard remained safe.


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Corendon Airlines Cockpit Fire Investigation

What: Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-800 en route from Anatalya Turkey to Trondheim Norway
Where: Anatalya Turkey
When: Oct. 14, 2012
Who: 189 passengers and seven crew members.
Why: The plane had boarded but was pushed back to the gate when there was a cockpit fire.

The NTSB is investigating.

NTSB Email below:

Oct. 16, 2012
WASHINGTON – The NTSB has dispatched a team of investigators to assist the government of Turkey in the investigation of an Oct. 14 fire in the cockpit of a Corendon Airlines Boeing 737-800.

The fire occurred Sunday at 4 a.m. local time as the airplane was being pushed back from the gate in Antalya, Turkey, for a scheduled flight to Trondheim, Norway. The aircraft was evacuated, and there were reports of injuries among the 189 passengers and seven crew members.

As the U.S. is the state of design and manufacture of the Boeing 737, the NTSB has designated Senior Air Safety Investigator Tim LeBaron as the traveling U.S. accredited representative. LeBaron is leading a team of investigators (specializing in aircraft systems, fire and survival factors) and advisers from the Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing, who are traveling to the scene to assist with the investigation.

The investigation is being conducted by the Turkish Directorate General of Civil Aviation, which will release all information.

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