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PSA Airlines Plane Diverts to Tennessee due to Open Door Indication

PSA Airlines flight AA-5550 had to divert and make an emergency landing at McGhee Tyson Airport, Blount County, Tennessee, on May 8th.

The Canadair CRJ-200 flying on behalf of American Airlines was flying from Nashville, Tennessee, to Washington DC, when it had to divert due to indication of open door.

The plane landed safely.

All 47 passengers and 3 crew members remained safe.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Florida; No Injuries Reported

A small plane made an emergency landing in Everglades, Florida, on November 13th.

The Cessna 152 plane, carrying two people, went down into a swamp on mile marker 47 near Tamiami.

According to Broward Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Mike Jachles, “When that airplane came down into the swamp, the two men told our firefighters that the nose gear head caused the plane to flip over.”

Both occupants of the plane remained uninjured.

Two Dead after Small Plane Crashes in New Mexico

A small plane crashed near Ohkay Owingeh Airport in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, on March 11th.

The single-engine Remos GX light sport airplane went down around 50 feet from the outer fence of the airport.

There were two people aboard the plane, including the pilot Karen Ann Young, 46, and the co-pilot Thomas Spickermann, 47; both of them were killed in the crash.

The FAA is investigating.

Four Killed after Indonesian Air Force Plane Crashed into House in East Java

An Indonesian air force plane crashed into a house near near Abdul Rahman Saleh air force base in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, on February 10.

Authorities said the plane went down during a routine testing flight after undergoing maintenance.

There were two people aboard the plane, including the pilot Major Ivy Safatillah, and a technician; both of them were killed in the crash.

Authorities confirmed that two people, including a 47-year-old woman and 27-year-old man, who were present in the house at the time of crash were also killed.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Mount Airy Cornfield

A 1976 Cessna 150 M had to make an emergency landing in a cornfield on Bill Moxley Road, Mount Airy, Maryland, on September 19.

The pilot, identified as Paul Borghese, 47, of Ashburn, Virginia, said he was forced to make an emergency landing after the plane experienced engine issues. He was heading from Clearview Airpark, Westminster to Leesburg, Virginia at the time.

The plane ended up on its roof and sustained minor damage.

The pilot remained unharmed.

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