Commercial Aircraft Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Pilot in court over emergency landingRead the original story

    May 3, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    The captain of a German Airbus A.310 who carried out an emergency landing due to fuel exhaustion at Vienna in July 2000 appeared at a court in Hanover on a charge of `dangerous encroachment of air traffic`. If convicted he could face a jail term of between six months and 10 years. (Expatica)

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  2. Aerosvit B737 runs off runway at MoscowRead the original story

    Apr 26, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    An Aerovit Boeing 737-529 (UR-VVB) ran off the side of runway 07L at Moscow-Sheremetyevo after aborting the takeoff. The nose gear collapsed, but none of the appox. 100 passengers aboard flight 406 to Kiev were injured. (avia.ru)

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  3. Air-India jet partially rebuilt for trialRead the original story

    Apr 20, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    The Air-India Boeing 747 destroyed by suspected Sikh militants near Ireland in 1985 has been partially reconstructed in a secret operation.

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  4. Over 40 people injured as Iberia flight hits turbulenceRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    At least 47 people were injured when an Iberia Airbus A.340-300 ran into turbulence over the Amazon forest. Flight IB 6651 was en route from Madrid to Lima, Peru when the incident happened (El Mundo)

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  5. Air Memphis banned from BelgiumRead the original story

    Apr 6, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    Egyptian cargo airline Air Memphis has been banned from Belgium indefinitely following the April 2nd crash of a Boeing 707 at Cairo. The B707 involved, SU-AVZ, was a regular visitor at Oostende. (Het Volk)

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  6. UTA B727 crash possibly caused by overloadingRead the original story

    Mar 19, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    Preliminary investigation results indicate that the UTA Boeing 727 that crashed on takeoff from Cotonou, Benin last year may have been caused by overloading. The plane was carrying about 10 tonnes of excess cargo and the weight was badly distributed. (BBC)

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  7. ATSB releases B737-800 Darwin runway overshoot investigation reportRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    On 11 June 2002, Boeing 737-800 VH-VOE overran the runway at Darwin and came to a stop about 44m into the 90m runway end safety area.

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  8. China Airlines faces fine over 2002 Penghu crashRead the original story

    Mar 12, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    The Taiwanese CAA will fine China Airlines NT$1.8 million after new evidence emerged to indicate the carrier was to blame for a crash of a Boeing 747 off Penghu in May 2002.

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  9. Pilot fined after breath testRead the original story

    Mar 12, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    A Royal Air Maroc pilot, reported by passengers for flying his Boeing 737 erratically, was fined 1,500 euros on March 11 after a breath test showed he had a blood alcohol level of 0,05 percent. (Express)

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  10. Nigeria revokes licenses of IRS Airlines and Slok AirlinesRead the original story

    Mar 12, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    The Nigerian government revoked the operating licenses of Slok and IRS Airlines.

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  11. Report: B747 overspeed flap damage in post-maintenance flightRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    The Irish AAIU published their investigation report regarding the May 2000 incident involving a Boeing 747 that suffered flap system damage due to overspeed.

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  12. Lotus Air A.320 grounded at Paris-CDG after APU fireRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    Lotus Air flight 6042 from Cairo to Paris-CDG suffered an APU fire after arrival.

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  13. Air Malta A.320 collides with pylon while taxiingRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    "An Air Malta Airbus A.320 was damaged when the right wing hit a pylon on the apron while it was taxiing prior to take-off.

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  14. Two planes return to land at GuayaquilRead the original story

    Jan 9, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    An American Airlines Airbus A.300 (N80058, flight 952) returned to land at Guayaquil, Ecuador following nr.2 engine bird strike at 600ft after takeoff. A few hours later a Fine Air Boeing 747 cargo plane returned to land at Guayaquil as well, for unkown reasons. (El Universo)

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  15. Report: SIA tailstrike caused by miscalculated rotation speedRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2003 | Aviation Safety Network News

    Acording to N.Z. investigators, the March 2003 Singapore Airlines Boeing 747 tailstrike at Auckland occurred because the rotation speed was 33 knots less than the 163 knots required.

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  16. DHL a.300 hit by missile near BaghdadRead the original story

    Nov 21, 2003 | Aviation Safety Network News

    A DHL Airbus A.300 cargo plane was reportedly struck by a SAM-7 missile shortly after taking off from Baghdad Airport, Iraq. A safe emergency landing was carried out with the left wing on fire. (ASN)

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  17. United Boeing 777 diverts to Glasgow, UK after cockpit fireRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2003 | Aviation Safety Network News

    A United Boeing 777, N795UA, en route from Frankfurt to Washington diverted to Glasgow , UK for an emergency landing following what has understood to have been a fire in the cockpit.

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  18. Met reports focus of ATR-72 crash investigationRead the original story

    Oct 27, 2003 | Aviation Safety Network News

    The Aviation Safety Council issued a factual report on the December 21, 2002 accident of a TransAsia ATR-72. The aircraft crashed after encountering icing conditions en route to Macau, which were not forecast by the Taipei Aeronautical Meteorological Center. (ASC)

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  19. Flight 800 wreckage used for trainingRead the original story

    Oct 26, 2003 | Aviation Safety Network News

    More than seven years after TWA Flight 800 exploded over the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island, the reconstructed Boeing 747 has been packed up and is being sent to the NTSB's new training academy on the campus of George Washington University in Ashburn, Virginia, where it will be used to train air safety investigators.

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  20. Boeing 777 windshield cracking preventionRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2003 | Aviation Safety Network News

    Boeing is taking measures to prevent windshields from cracking on Boeing 777 planes following three such incidents this year.

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