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Cargojet Boeing 767 experienced tailstrike during take-off from Tokyo-Narita International

A Cargojet Airways Boeing 767-300 freighter suffered a tailstrike during take-off from Tokyo Narita’s runway 16R on 29th August. The aircraft, with registration C-GUAJ, was operating flight W8-1328 from Tokyo Narita to Vancouver with two crew members on board when it suffered the tailstrike during rotation for takeoff.  However, despite the strike, the crew continued …

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Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 lands at wrong airport (under construction) in Zambia

Ethiopian 737 lands at the wrong airport in Zambia Photo: Boeing An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 accidentally landed at the wrong under-construction airport in Zambia on Sunday, April 4. The Boeing 737-800, with registration ET-AYL, was scheduled to land at Ndola Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe Airport, recently renamed Ndolo Airport as cargo flight ET-3891 from Bole …

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Delta Boeing 757 carrying NBA team Utah Jazz forced to make an emergency landing after bird strike

A Delta Airlines Boeing 757 carrying NBA team, Utah Jazz, was forced to make an emergency landing shortly after take-off from Salt Lake City airport after a bird strike. The Boeing 757-200, with registration N651DL, was performing flight DL8944 from Salt Lake City International Airport to Memphis on Tuesday. The charter flight was carrying the …

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Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 crashes five minutes after take-off from Jakarta Airport, Indonesia – Aero World

On 9 January, a Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 crashed five minutes after departure from Jakarta Airport, Indonesia. The Boeing 737, with registration PK-CLC, was operating domestic flight SJ182 from Jakarta to Pontianak, Indonesia with 62 people on board.  On Flightradar24-data, the aircraft was climbing out of Jakarta when radar and radio contact was lost. The …

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Air Canada Boeing 737 MAX Suffers Inflight Engine Shutdown, Forced to Divert – Aero World

The aircraft was operating a positioning flight. Photo: Getty Images An Air Canada Boeing 737-8 MAX suffered an engine issue during a positioning flight on December 22nd. The aircraft was stored in the Arizona desert since February this year.  The Boeing 737 MAX, with registration C-FSNQ, was performing flight AC-2358 from Pinal Airpark Marana to …

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Yakutia Airlines Boeing 737 Overruns Runway in Moscow – Aero World

A Yakutia Airlines Boeing 737-700 overran the runway at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport on 25th December. The aircraft overran the runway 24L by about 20 meters and came to a halt on the paved surface. The aircraft was operating domestic flight R3784 from Chulman Neryungri airport and Moscow’s Vnukovo airport with 109 passengers and 7 crew …

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Lion Air Boeing 737 skids runway due to heavy rain in Indonesia – Aero World

Lion Air Boeing 737 skids runway due to heavy rain in Lampung. Photo: GerryS A Lion Air Boeing 737-900ER with registration PK-LGP skidded the runway at Raden International Airport in Lampung on Sunday during heavy rain. The aircraft was operating Lion Air flight JT-173 from Hang Nadim International Airport to Lampung with 7 crew members …

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Boeing 737 MAX Declared “Safe to Fly” by European Aviation Regulator – Aero World

Photo: Getty European Aviation Safety Agency has said that Boeing 737 Max aircraft could be able to return back into service in Europe before the end of 2020. Europe’s regulator said that he was satisfied with the changes made on the troubled Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Although, the EASA has declared it safe, some of …

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American Airlines To Begin Boeing 737 MAX Pilot Training In November – Aero World

American Airlines has said that the airline is scheduling Boeing 737 MAX training for its pilots in November later this year. However, the Boeing 737 MAX is still being reviewed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) along with other civil aviation authorities from around the world. In a pilot meme seen by CNBC, Ameya Kingaonkar, …

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