Accident in Cuba Airlines Cuba 

Cuba plane crash: 110 killed

The aircraft of Global Air crashed today at noon after taking off from Havana. A Boeing 737-200 plane with registration XA-UHZ crashed at noon today, May 18, in the vicinity of Havana, Cuba, leaving 110 dead. The aircraft belonging to the Mexican company Aerolíneas Damojh S.A. of C.V. (Global Air), was providing service to Cubana de Aviación, through a leasing system with crew. For reasons being investigated, the Boeing crashed at 12:08 local time, after taking off from the José Martí International Airport (HAV) of Havana, operating flight CU-972, bound to…

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The airplane on fires, Savannah Military Aircraft United States 

Military plane falls on a highway, in the United States

The aircraft was carrying five crew members and was on a training mission. A Lockheed WC-130 aircraft of the US Air National Guard fell today afternoon after taking off from Savannah Airport (SAV), in the state of Georgia, United States. Although no details have been specified about the accident, it is known that the aircraft was carrying 5 crew members on board, who were on a training mission. The plane crashed ashore on State Highway 21 in the suburb of Port Wentworth. As a result of the accident, the Lockheed…

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Military aircraft, crash. Kenia Kenya Military Aircraft 

Military plane falls in Kenya leaving two injured

The small aircraft rushed to the ground on Wednesday afternoon in the southeast of the country. A military aircraft of registration KAF 720, belonging to the Kenyan Air Force, rushed to the ground on Wednesday afternoon in the small town of Wundanyi, Taita-Taveta County, Kenya. On board the aircraft were two soldiers, who were flying between the cities of Mombasa and Nairobi as part of a training mission. For an apparent problem in the engine rushed to the ground suffering serious injuries. The soldiers were taken to the hospital and the authorities began…

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Aseman Airlines airplane Aseman Airlines Iran 

Aseman Airlines crash happened by mistake of the pilot

The Civil Aviation Organization of Iran concluded that a possible pilot error was the cause of the Aseman Airlines crash that killed 66 people last February. On February 18, an ATR 72-500 plane and registration EP-ATS crashed in a mountainous area of the Province of Isfahan, in northern Iran. The aircraft operated flight 3704 from the Tehran Mehrabad International Airport (THR), to the Yassuj Airport (YES). Its 66 occupants, 60 passengers and 6 crew (2 pilots, 2 flight attendants and 2 security personnel), died on the site. A report from…

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