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Mongolian Airlines Flight Diverts to France due to Loss of Cabin Pressure

MIATMIAT Mongolian Airlines flight QS-1160 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Toulouse, France, on June 8th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane, heading from Prague, Czech Republic, to Seville, Spain, was diverted after it lost cabin pressure.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unhurt.

Small Plane Crash-Lands in Spain; 1 Killed, 1 Injured

microlightA micro-light plane made a crash-landing in an orange orchard near the runway of Seville Airport, Spain, on August 23rd.

The aircraft crash-landed after the pilot lost consciousness mid-air and his wife, with “no notion” of flying a plane, had to take charge.

The flight was heading towards Coria del Rio from Trebujena, at the time.

The pilot lost his life while his wife sustained serious injuries.

Airbus A400M Atlas Cargo Plane Crashes in Spain; 4 Dead

An Airbus A400M Atlas Cargo plane crashed near San Pablo airport in Seville, Spain on May 9.

The military aircraft was attempting an emergency landing when it crashed into a pylon.

There were 6 people aboard the aircraft at the time; 4 of them were killed while the others were injured.

Authorities said the aircraft was on a test flight and was scheduled to be delivered to Turkey in June.

Vueling Airbus Diverts to Seville

Click to view full size photo at Airliners.net
Contact photographer Fabrizio Berni

What: Vueling Airbus A320-200 en route from Granada to Barcelona
Where: Granada
When: Aug 22 2010
Who: 138 passengers, 6 crew
Why: On departure from Granada, the Airbus suffered a failure in the nose wheel steering. The crew diverted to Sevilla and made a safe landing. The plane was towed. Maintenance determined that the problem developed as a result of hydraulic system failure.

Passengers were booked on alternative flights.

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