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Old November 5th, 2010, 09:03 AM   #321
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Another smaller plane has just crashed in Karachi, Pakistan.

This seems like a bad week for flying, so im staying on the ground
... and Watching CNN is getting too depressing.

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Old November 5th, 2010, 01:38 PM   #322
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This seems like a bad week for flying, so im staying on the ground
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Old November 6th, 2010, 01:51 AM   #323
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yet another qantas incident!

only a day after the qantas A380 incident yet another qantas plane had a problem with an engine and had to return to the airport.

this time it was a B747 from frankfurt to sydney with a stopover in singapore. the plane had to return to singapore ...

the B747 also has rolls royce engines btw ...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...110502646.html
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Old November 6th, 2010, 10:25 PM   #324
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only a day after the qantas A380 incident yet another qantas plane had a problem with an engine and had to return to the airport.

this time it was a B747 from frankfurt to sydney with a stopover in singapore. the plane had to return to singapore ...

the B747 also has rolls royce engines btw ...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...110502646.html
Ha ha ha. The common denominator is Qantas. Have a word with yourself bonnie lad.
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Old November 7th, 2010, 01:24 PM   #325
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another common denominator was the crew... Aparently the crew of the 380 were passengers on this plane
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Old November 8th, 2010, 09:17 PM   #326
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Another Air Algerie Jet almost crashed near Annaba due to Technical Problem on the Jet from Algiers...
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Old November 21st, 2010, 08:08 AM   #327
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Flight instructor was to wed next month
Three dead after crash of routine training flight in Seneca's aviation program: respected teacher, 26, as well as two students, both 20
20 November 2010
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This photo from March 2009 shows flight instructor Azizullah Yoosufani, 26, in a flight simulator. The Seneca College instructor was killed along with two students in a single-engine plane crash Thursday night in north Pickering.
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As a child, Azizullah Yoosufani developed a love of planes, inspired by his father's job as a pilot for Pakistan International Airlines. As an adult, he learned to fly and earned a reputation as a calm presence and steady hand in the cockpit.

Mr. Yoosufani, 26, was a little more than a month away from celebrating his wedding when, on Thursday evening, he set out from Markham's Buttonville Airport with two of his third-year students, Cynthia Hoi-Mei Tsang and Lloyd Myles Cripps, both 20, for a routine training flight.

After crossing part of Durham Region, they turned the single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza back toward the airport. Around 7 p.m., it dropped off the radar.

Officials at Pearson International Airport notified Durham Regional Police. From a helicopter, they found the wreckage of the plane in a farmer's field near Whitevale Road, south of Highway 407 in northern Pickering. All three were pronounced dead at the scene by an airborne ambulance team.

Earlier that day, Farman Yoosufani had been preparing for his older brother's wedding reception on Dec. 26, planning speeches and preparing a slideshow. His parents, who divide their time between Toronto and Pakistan, had prolonged their stay in Canada this year to help organize it.

Late in the evening, he heard the news.

“My first reaction was denial – ‘No, it can't be,'” he said. “We talk every day.”

As friends gathered at the family's North York apartment Friday, Farman Yoosufani, 24, recalled his brother as a gregarious man, someone with the ability to strike up a conversation with pretty much anyone.

“Regardless of if it was a 60-year-old man, he would be best friends with them,” he said. “He went out of his way to make people happy.”

And, of course, there was his love of planes.

“Most of the time when you sat down to talk with him, he'd want to talk about planes.”

Azizullah Yoosufani, the second-youngest in a family of four brothers and a sister, graduated from Seneca's flight degree program with honours in 2008, winning a raft of awards while he was at school. Just a few months after finishing, he returned to his alma mater as an instructor.

“He was a great role model for other students. He had a very strong work ethic; he was kind and thoughtful. He was a decent person with the full meaning of the word,” said Adel Labib, a Seneca aviation professor, in a statement.

Braeden Henderson, a classmate of Ms. Tsang and Mr. Cripps at Seneca, said Mr. Yoosufani trained him during his first year.

“He was a great guy, he was calm, he knew what he was doing,” he said. “I never saw him get angry; he was one of the best instructors there.”

In a statement, the school said Ms. Tsang was a leading student who had passed her commercial pilot written exam and flight test and made the president's honour list.

“Cynthia was one of the most polite students I ever taught at Seneca, and she had such great spirit,” Mr. Labib said.

Mr. Cripps had also passed his tests and was training to become an instructor. A dual Canadian-British citizen, he had hoped to fly in Europe after he finished school. On his Facebook page, he listed his hometown as Writtle, an English village an hour's drive northeast of London, and his high school as Heart Lake Secondary in Brampton.

At Seneca, flags flew at half-mast and the school is planning a private memorial service for all three next week.

Investigators from the Transportation Safety Board spent the day combing through the wreckage, which lay crumpled, with pieces of debris scattered all around. So far, they have not discovered what caused the crash.

“All we know is that the aircraft struck the ground at a steep angle and a high velocity,” investigator Peter Machete told reporters at the scene. “It's pretty well broken up.”
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Old November 21st, 2010, 10:42 AM   #328
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Birmingham airport reopens after crash landing

Birmingham Airport has reopened after private jet carrying a donor liver for transplant crashed on its runway.

Two men on board the light aircraft were injured, one critically, when the plane crash-landed on the tarmac in foggy conditions Friday.

The Cessna Citation 501 plane crash landed at around 3.30pm after hitting an antenna and eyewitnesses said it was on fire as it came into land.

A brave air ambulance pilot was able to cut the fuel line in the burning jet before rescuing the two crew members trapped on board.

The donor organ was unscathed in the accident and was transported to the nearby Queen Elizabeth hospital.

Hospital officials confirmed that the transplant orperation went ahead and the recipient was in a stable condition.

They praised the quick thinking of the rescue teams who pulled the organ out of the burning wreckage so it could be taken to the hospital.

"We were able very quickly – with the transplant service – to escort the ambulance from here to the hospital the organ was going to," a police spokesman said.

A spokesman for the hospital added: "The operation took under four hours and was carried out by three surgeons, an anaesthetist, a scrub nurse and a team of skilled theatre staff.

"The transplant team would like to thank the pilot of the light aircraft and his colleague for their bravery. Our thoughts are with the individuals and their families.

"The team would also like to thank the quick-thinking of the fire and rescue teams at the scene who saved the organ."

Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance (WNAA) said the foggy conditions made the rescue mission extremely difficult.

The pilot of the Cessna, a 58-year-old man, was trapped in the wreckage, suffering from multiple injuries, and was airlifted to hospital, while the other casualty was less seriously hurt.

"The Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance pilot bravely entered the burning wreckage, using his aviation and technical knowledge to locate and cut the fuel supply to the engine and make the patient more accessible to the fire service," the WNAA spokesman said.

The incident caused widespread disruption to travellers, prompting gridlock on roads surrounding the airport and halting all flights.

A statement on Birmingham Airport's website said its terminals and runway would remain closed until at least midday on Saturday following the incident.
It stated that no flights would operate before that time and anyone due to travel should contact their airline for further guidance as some flight disruption is expected.

Around 45 flights were affected by the accident on Friday, being either diverted or cancelled. Airport officials said around 30 flights had been cancelled this morning due to the runway being closed.

Following the accident, emergency workers faced a race against time to get the organ to its destination, but managed to deliver it undamaged.

A hospital spokeswoman said: "The liver was safely transferred to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. It was clinically and medically assessed and it will be used for a liver transplant shortly."

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman confirmed that one man was seriously injured in the crash on Friday afternoon.

The spokeswoman said: "He was treated at the scene for multiple injuries and airlifted to University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire for further assessment and treatment.

"A second man was treated at the scene for flash burns to his body and a back injury. The man, believed to be in his 30s, was immobilised using a spinal board and neck collar before being conveyed via land ambulance to Heartlands Hospital."

Following the crash, West Midlands Police advised drivers to avoid the main A45 Birmingham-to-Coventry route near the airport.

Dominic Tolley, director of air operations and clinical services for WNAA, said of the incident: "This certainly was a challenging mission for all the emergency services involved and a good team effort.

"The flying conditions were difficult due to the inclement weather.
"However, our skilled pilot did a sterling job in not only ensuring that the WNAA crew arrived at the scene swiftly and safely, but in aiding the fire and rescue services and the extrication of the light aircraft pilot."

Officers from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch have now launched a probe into the crash, but were hampered by bad light and heavy fog on Friday evening.

However, passengers were being allowed to check in at the airport's terminal and were either waiting out the delays or being bussed to other airports where their flights had been diverted to on Friday.

Justine Hunt, spokesman for Birmingham Airport, said: "The AAIB will be returning at first light today to finish its investigation. The main thing for us now is to work with them and then make sure the airport is safe before it can reopen.

"Lifting equipment is in place so the plane can be moved once the investigation has finished.

"The reopening of the runway will depend on how long the investigation and clean-up operation takes, but we hope to have it up and running again by 12.00."
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Old November 24th, 2010, 03:38 AM   #329
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Old November 28th, 2010, 01:54 AM   #330
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Another crash in Karachi.

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A cargo plane crashed into a residential area of Pakistan's largest city, sparking a huge blaze and causing at least 11 casualties.

The aircraft came down in Karachi with eight crew on board, less than two minutes after taking off.

All eight, including six Pakistanis, are thought to have died in the crash, with at least three casualties on the ground.

The plane crashed in a housing complex for naval officers in the neighbourhood of Dalmai, it is reported.

Reporters at the scene said several buildings were on fire and loud explosions could be heard.

Witness Hasan Hashmi said fire could be seen from one of the plane's engines as it flew overhead.

Aviation authority spokesman Pervais George said the Russian-made Ilyshin IL-76 cargo plane was heading to Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, when it came down.

Police said injured people had been evacuated to local hospitals, but had no immediate confirmation on numbers or whether there had been any deaths.
The explosion caused by the crash was so powerful that local residents thought it was triggered by a bomb, said Karachi police chief Fayyas Leghari.
He said: "The crash has created a large fire. The fire brigade is on site and trying to extinguish the flames, but the fire is too large to bring under control quickly, so it will take time.

"It was a huge blast. People thought it was a bomb blast. Police are trying to assess the number of casualties. Several injured people have been taken to the local hospital."

A Civil Aviation Authority official speaking on condition of anonymity said the plane crashed into a building under construction close to navy residential apartments.

The crash is the third in less than four months in Pakistan.
Earlier this month in Karachi, 21 people were killed when a small passenger plane crashed soon after take off.

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Old December 4th, 2010, 06:18 PM   #332
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Dagestan South East Airlines Tu-154 crashes at Moscow

Two people have been killed after a Russian-operated Tupolev Tu-154 crashed while attempting an emergency landing at Moscow Domodedovo.
The Russian emergency situations ministry states that the aircraft, with 168 on board including eight crew, was operating from Moscow to Makhachkala, in Dagestan.
It identifies the operator of the tri-jet as Dagestan Airlines.
"As a result of the emergency landing of the Tu-154, two people were killed and another 40 injured," the ministry says. "The exact number of victims is being clarified."
Preliminary information from Domodedovo operator East Line claims that the aircraft had departed Moscow Vnukovo but was returning to the capital after losing power in all three engines.





Tu-154 plane commander survives jet accident

The plane commander of the Tupolev Tu-154 jet skidded of the runway at Moscow's Domodedovo airport during an emergency landing has survived, the head of Dagestan Airlines said on Saturday.
The flight №372 departed for the southern Russian city of Makhachkala from Moscow's Vnukovo airport at 2.07 pm Moscow Time (11.07 GMT). Several minutes after the take-off the crew members reported that all three engines of the plane had failed.
The pilots were forced to make an emergency landing at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport.
Despite their efforts two people had been killed, at least 56 had received injuries.
"I have learnt about the accident from the command pilot who is currently in hospital," Mirza Omariyev said.
The transport Prosecutor's Office said 163 passengers and 9 crew members were on board the troubled aircraft.
The deputy head of Dagestan Airlines, Abdullah Angutayev said that the air carrier's fleet is in the good condition and the troubled plane was totally overhauled in 2009.
"The company's air fleet includes five Tupolev Tu-154M planes, four Tu-134Bs, two Antonov An-24s and two Mil Mi-8 helicopters. All of them are in the good condition...the jets are technically examined every day," Angutayev said.
MOSCOW, December 4 (RIA Novosti)
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All 22 killed in small plane crash in Nepal

KATHMANDU, Dec 16 (Reuters) - A small plane crashed in the Himalayan foothills of remote east Nepal, killing all 22 people onboard, an official said on Thursday.

The Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Tara Air between Lamidanda and capital Kathmandu, had lost contact shortly after takeoff on Wednesday from the mountainous airstrip and probably ploughed into the 9,000-feet-high hill, officials said.

"The plane hit the hill by nose. It has broken into pieces. There are no survivors," Bimlesh Lal Karna, an airport official in Kathmandu said.

The passengers were pilgrims returning from a shrine in Lamidanda in Khotang district, 162 kilometres (101 miles) east of Kathmandu, and likely included one foreigner and several Bhutanese refugees living in Nepal, district administrator Keshav Acharya said.

The nationality of the foreign passenger was unknown.

Small aircraft flying to remote and dusty airstrips in Nepal are common modes of transport in the country's mountainous regions that lack proper roads and can be reached only on foot.

Fourteen people including six foreigners were killed in an aircrash in August in rainy weather near Kathmandu.
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A Russian passenger jet has exploded after it caught fire at a Siberian airport, killing three people and injuring 43 others.

The Tu-154, which belonged to the regional Kogalymavia airline, was flying to the Russian capital Moscow.
Full info with video at Sky News

Detailed information with another video at ASN

And this event already made it to wikipedia Kolavia_Flight_348

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What the hell? It's like all the Russian planes have started falling from the sky in the last month.
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Iran passenger plane 'crashes' near Orumiyeh (BBC)

Passenger plane crashes in NW Iran (PressTV)

50 survivors reported. Aircraft is an Iran Air Boeing 727-200, reg. EP-IRP. RIP.


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Iran should really start buying new planes.
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A more detailed article on the crash:

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TEHRAN (AFP) - – A Boeing 727 airliner with state-run Iran Air crashed on Sunday near a northwestern city in bad weather and broke into pieces, killing at least 72 of the 105 people on board, state media reported.

"The plane crash has killed 72 people and injured 33," Fars news agency reported, quoting the coroner's office of West Azerbaijan province where the plane came down.

Earlier, state news agency IRNA reported that 70 people had been killed in the accident near the city of Orumiyeh.

"Based on information received so far, 70 people have been killed and 32 injured" in the crash, Heydar Heydari, deputy head of the Iranian Red Crescent, told state news agency IRNA.

The Mehr news agency, quoting a senior medical official, also reported that 70 people were killed in the crash.

"The bodies of 70 victims... were transferred to the provincial coroner's office," the official said.

The plane with the Islamic republic's national carrier crashed near the northwestern city of Orumiyeh at around 7:45 pm (1615 GMT), an official in West Azerbaijan province said, quoted on state television's website.

"The airplane took off an hour later than scheduled time from Tehran towards Orumiyeh and because of bad weather conditions came down in a village area near Orumiyeh," the unidentified official said.

The governor-general of West Azerbaijan, Vahid Jalalzadeh, told state television that "all the bodies and the injured have been transferred to different hospitals in the city" of Orumiyeh.

Giving sketchy details of the crash, Jalalzadeh said the pilot had lost contact with the airport before the airliner disappeared off the radar.

"Then the plane crashed near the village and villagers told the authorities about the crash site. Some passengers were able to get out of the plane themselves, and villagers took several passengers to hospitals," he said.

Another Iranian Red Crescent official told state television that the plane hit the ground and broke into pieces. "Thankfully there was no fire," he said.

State television footage of the crash showed the airliner broken into three pieces which lay buried in thick snow.

Iran Air spokesman Shahrokh Noushabadi said "we are examining the reason for the crash, but bad weather appears to be the main cause."

An official with the transport ministry told state television that one of the aircraft's two black boxes had been recovered, and this would help determine the cause of the crash.

Fars said 105 people were believed to have been on board, and ISNA reported that the aircraft was a US-built Boeing 727. A third news agency, ILNA, gave a breakdown of 95 passengers and 10 crew members.

Masoumi said the rescue operation was being hampered by bad weather.

"The problem at the moment for rescue work is the heavy snow, which is around 70 centimetres (more than two feet) deep around the crash site," Fars quoted him as saying.

IRNA reported that bad weather around Orumiyeh had earlier led to the cancellation of two flights from Tehran on Sunday.

Iran, which has been under years of international sanctions, has suffered a number of aviation disasters over the past decade, several involving small companies using Russian crew or crews from former Soviet republics in Central Asia.

The country's civil and military fleet is made up of ancient aircraft in very poor condition because of their age and lack of maintenance.

In Iran's worst air accident, a plane carrying members of the elite Revolutionary Guards crashed in February 2003, killing 302 people on board.

In July 2009, a Soviet-designed Tupolev caught fire in mid-air and plunged flaming into farmland northeast of Tehran, killing all 168 people on board.

And in December 2005, a total of 108 people were killed when a Lockheed transport plane crashed into a high-rise housing block outside Tehran.

In November 2006, a military plane crashed on takeoff at Tehran's Mehrabad airport, killing all 39 people on board, including 30 members of the Revolutionary Guards.
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Could Flight 277 been another case of CFIT? I'm on my backup internet connection and using Google Maps or Earth is a pain in the ass. How hilly or mountainous is that region?
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