UTAir flight UT-360 had to reject takeoff from Saint Petersburg, Russia, on June 10th.
The Boeing 737-500 plane was accelerating to takeoff for Vnukovo International Airport, Russia, when the crew rejected takeoff due to an indication of a system failure.
The plane safely returned to the apron. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.
Republican Donor’s Plane Involved in Deadly Crash That Triggered Sonic Boom – BNN Bloomberg
Family members of a prominent supporter of conservative Republican causes died Sunday when their private jet crashed after flying over sensitive government sites in Washington without permission, setting off a security scare.
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Private Plane Crashes in Virginia After Sparking Alarm in Washington – Alaska Native News
U.S. federal investigators will try to determine the circumstances surrounding a private plane with an unresponsive pilot that crashed Sunday in the state of Virginia after flying over the nation’s capital and prompting the military to scramble two jet fighters. Virginia State Police said rescuers arrived at the crash site by foot late Sunday and […]
Full investigation findings one year on from helicopter crash near Lancaster which killed pilot and 16-year-old
Fact Check: Has Donald Trump’s plane been grounded “indefinitely”?
A viral tweet says that Trump’s plane was grounded because of imminent “espionage charges” against the former president. But is it true?
NY-Bound Plane Crash Update: Details Emerge On Those Killed
Details have emerged on the four people killed after a private business jet bound for New York crashed in Virginia.The crash caused two F-16 fighter jets to try to intercept it after it neared no-fly zone territory in the District of Colum…
A coffin was accidentally left on a plane at Dublin Airport and flown back to Greece
An airport grounds services company at Dublin Airport said it is conducting an investigation after a man’s remains were never unloaded from a plane.
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Army grounds fleet of Dhruv choppers after Kishtwar crash
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MBTA to submit updated worker safety plan to Federal Transit Administration
The MBTA said it’s ready to submit an updated plan to federal regulators detailing how it plans to address worker safety.
Virginia plane crash echoes 1999 death of golfer Payne Stewart
Professional golfer Payne Stewart and four others also died in a Learjet crash in South Dakota in October 1999. Stewart had been flying from his home in Florida to a tournament in Texas.
F-16s scrambled due to unresponsive plane
A quiet day in a Virginia neighborhood was disrupted by the sonic boom of an F-16 fighter jet moving to intercept a small plane that violated Washington DC airspace.
Watch: Jet forced to make emergency landing after losing part of wing in air
Airport officials said the plane was flying at 27,000 feet when the aircraft lost its left winglet and part of the wing.
Fighter Jets Cause Sonic Boom; Unresponsive Plane Crashes in Virginia
The sonic boom rattled the D.C. region as fighter jets scrambled to track an unresponsive private plane in D.C.’s no-fly zone. News4’s Mauricio Casillas reports.
Military jets scrambled due to unresponsive plane over Washington that then crashed in Virginia
The pilot of Cessna 560 Citation V remained unresponsive throughout attempts to establish contact before it crashed.