Khabarovsk aircraft crashed Russia 

Dismantle plane crashed in Russia that left six dead

The aircraft fell in the Khabarovsk Krai, east of Russia, leaving six dead. On the afternoon of Wednesday, November 15, a Let L-410 aircraft belonging to Khabarovsk Airlines (KhabAvia) fell ashore as it prepared to land at Nelkan Airport, a small town located in the Khabarovsk Krai, east of Russia. The aircraft of registration RA-67047 departed from the Nikolayevsk-on-Amur Airport and transported 7 people, two pilots and 5 passengers. Only a 3-year-old girl survived the accident. Last Saturday, IAC specialists retrieved the black boxes and transferred them to Khabarovsk. Boxes will be…

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Crashed plane in Itaituba Brazil 

Five killed by plane crash in Brazil

A Cessna 210N Centurion II crashed into northern Brazil, killing all its occupants. On Sunday, October 22, a small aircraft fell to the ground in the city of Itaituba in the state of Pará, located in the northeast of the South American country. The Cessna 210N Centurion II aircraft and PT-ORU registration had five people on board, two pilots and three passengers, all died in the crash, according to the CENIPA (Center for Research and Prevention of Aviation Accidents). The accident occurred within the space of Itaituba Airport (ITB), located…

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Aircraft crash in West Anchorage United States 

Float plane crashes in neighborhood, in Alaska

Last Sunday afternoon, a float plane crashed in West Anchorage, pilot received minor injuries. On Sunday afternoon, a Cessna 180 on floats aircraft took off from Lake Hood Seaplane Base in Anchorage, Alaska, and due to flap issues, the pilot tried to return, but his engine quit. The airplane, flying at low altitude, hit a tree, light pole, a home and a shed before landing on the street at Orion Circle and Milky Way Drive of West Anchorage neighborhood. Nobody was at the home close to the accident, and the pilot, who was flying alone, received…

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Plane crashed on fire Military Aircraft United States 

16 dead in military plane crash in Mississippi

16 military service members killed in plane crash, 85 miles north of Jackson, Mississippi on July 10. The KC-130 refueling tanker took off from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, and for reasons that have not been communicated, the plane crashed into a soybean field located 85 miles north of Jackson around 4pm local time, where died all occupants. Leflore County Emergency Management Agency Director Frank Randle said that 16 bodies had been recovered after the KC-130 spiraled into the ground. Marine Corps spokeswoman Captain Sarah Burns said in a statement…

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