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Avior Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Fuel System Problem

Avior Airlines flight 9V-1226 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on May 11th.

The plane heading from Caracas, Venezuela, to Miami, Florida, was diverted due to an issue with the fuel system.

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


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Haiti: Naval Helicopter Crash


Pictured: A Spanish-owned Agusta-Bell AB-139 filmed in Spain, February 14, 2009
Click to view full size photo at Airliners.net
Contact photographer Rafael Alvarez Cacho

What: Spanish Navy Agusta-Bell 212ASW
Where: Fond Verrettes area, about 50km from Port-Au-Prince Haiti
When: April 16, 2010 10:30
Who: 4 on board. No survivors.
Why: One of a detachment of four Spanish Navy Agusta-Bell 212ASW helicopters assigned to the Spanish navy amphibious ship Castilla crashed in a sparsely populated remote
rugged location called Mount Toro. The helicopter, which is part of an independent detachment is said not to be part of the 400+ Spanish soldiers engaged in Haiti’s recovery and reconstruction efforts, reportedly struck trees and slammed into the ground before catching fire. The rugged terrain is reportedly hampering recovery.


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Haiti Helicopter Crash


What: Helicopter
Where: between the Haitian coastal cities of St. Marc and Gonaives
When: Tuesday Nov 18
Who: two unidentified passengers were lost in the crash. Names will be unreleased until next of kin notified.
Why: Helicopter plummeted into a swamp

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