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UN Antonov slides off runway in West Africa
Air Crash Investigations

An Antonov An-74TK-100 registered to Russia’s Utair crashed in West Africa while carrying out a cargo service on behalf of a United Nations.

North Sea crash update: Pilot identified by USAF
Air Crash Investigations

The US Air Force pilot left missing after an incident off the eastern coast of England on Monday has been identified by unit command. Kenneth “Kage” Allen, 27, from northern Utah, was based with the 48th Fighter Wing at RAAF Lakenheath since the start of the year. An accomplished First Lieutenant, he also acted as

Christopher Nolan crashes 747 into building
General Aviation

Christopher Nolan crashed an actual Boeing 747 into a building for his new $225 million film, Tenet. The scene, first shown briefly at the end of the latest trailer, was subsequently confirmed as being real by lead John David Washington: “That was a real plane, and that was a real building that they crashed that

‘The cries were everywhere’ – 97 dead in Pakistan A320 crash
Air Crash Investigations

Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed 97 people died, and two survived, when an A320 crashed into a crowded residential district in Karachi on Friday after twice trying to land at the airport.

Somali and Kenyan officials to jointly investigate aid plane crash
Air Crash Investigations

Somali and Kenyan officials are set to hold a joint investigation into the downing of a humanitarian flight in Somalia’s south-west on Monday. Officials from respective governments spoke Tuesday, in a bid to curb escalating tensions between the two east African nations. “The government of the Republic of Kenya urges the federal government of Somalia

Detailed flightdeck insight into fate of crashed Superjet

A detailed initial preliminary report by Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee (MAK) has revealed key information about the final minutes of the ill-fated Sukhoi Superjet 100, Aeroflot flight SU1492, that crashed and burned at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport on May 5.


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