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Archive | August, 2008

Canadian Investigators Decry Failure to Enact Safety Recommendations

Tuesday, August 26, 2008 — David Evans

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I must admit that in some cases we see limited progress,” said Kathy Fox, a member of the Transportation Safety Board (TSB) of Canada. She was speaking 14 August before the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) annual safety conference about the recommendations issued during and after the Canadians’ investigation into the fatal crash of Swissair […]

Accidents and Incidents 8/23

Saturday, August 23, 2008 — David Evans

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS (17 August – 23 August 2008) Airline, Corporate, & AeroMedevac Date/ Location Aircraft/Reg. Narrative Casualties Comments 17 August Salt Lake City, UT Skywest Airlines Embraer ERJ-120 Aircraft blew all 4 main gear tires on landing in Salt Lake City and ran into a taxi way light. 29 Casualties 17 August Montreal, CANADA […]

Accidents and Incidents 8/23

Saturday, August 23, 2008 — David Evans

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS (17 August – 23 August 2008) Airline, Corporate, & AeroMedevac Date/ Location Aircraft/Reg. Narrative Casualties Comments 17 August Salt Lake City, UT Skywest Airlines Embraer ERJ-120 Aircraft blew all 4 main gear tires on landing in Salt Lake City and ran into a taxi way light. 29 Casualties 17 August Montreal, CANADA […]

Accidents and Incidents 8/16

Saturday, August 16, 2008 — David Evans

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS (10 August – 16 August 2008) Airline, Corporate, & AeroMedevac Date/ Location Aircraft/Reg. Narrative Casualties Comments 10 August Milano Malpensa, ITALY Delta-operated Boeing 767-300 Reg: N198DN Flight, which was destined for Atlanta, returned to the Malpensa Airport after a smoke detector went off about 15 minutes into the flight. 224 Uninjured Not […]

Accidents and Incidents 8/16

Saturday, August 16, 2008 — David Evans

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS (10 August – 16 August 2008) Airline, Corporate, & AeroMedevac Date/ Location Aircraft/Reg. Narrative Casualties Comments 10 August Milano Malpensa, ITALY Delta-operated Boeing 767-300 Reg: N198DN Flight, which was destined for Atlanta, returned to the Malpensa Airport after a smoke detector went off about 15 minutes into the flight. 224 Uninjured Not […]

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