Channel Express - Fokker F27 (G-CEXF)

Channel Express – Fokker F27 (G-CEXF)

Channel Express Fokker F27 G-CEXF was operating its fourth sector of the morning, the first two sectors having been operated by a different crew. Prior to the first sector, the commander noted that the aircraft was experiencing a notable low frequency vibration, felt...
MEA Middle East Airlines - Airbus A330-200 (OD-MEA) airplane OD-MEA

MEA Middle East Airlines – Airbus A330-200 (OD-MEA) airplane OD-MEA

The flight crew of MEA Middle East Airlines airplane OD-MEA was about to leave stand H12 of Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. A tractor and a tow bar were coupled to the aircraft for the pushback. During the manoeuvre, the tractor driver tried to align the aircraft on...
LOT Polish Airlines flight LOT2


LOT Polish Airlines flight LOT2 , a Boeing 767-300 (registration SP-LPA, serial number 24865) departed from Chicago, O’Hare International Airport and was destined for Warsaw, Poland. At 2203 Eastern daylight time, while the aircraft was in level cruise flight in the...
UTA Union Des Transport Africains - Boeing - B727-223 (3X-GDO) flight GIH141

UTA Union Des Transport Africains – Boeing – B727-223 (3X-GDO) flight GIH141

UTA Union des Transports Africains flight GIH141 was a weekly scheduled flight between Conakry (Guinea), Cotonou (Benin), Beirut (Lebanon) and Dubai (United Arab Emirates). A stopover at Kufra (Libya) was planned between Cotonou and Beirut. Having departed from...
LAM - Mozambique Airlines - Embraer - EMB190-100 (C9-EMC) flight TM470

LAM – Mozambique Airlines – Embraer – EMB190-100 (C9-EMC) flight TM470

On the 29th November 2013 at 09:26 UTC, an Embraer ERJ-190 with registration number C9-EMC operated by LAM - Mozambique Airlines flight TM470 departed Maputo International Airport on a scheduled flight to Luanda, Angola. The flight operations were normal and the...
Gulf Air - Airbus A340 A40-LH

Gulf Air – Airbus A340 A40-LH

On 30 May 2007, at about 0555 hours local time, the pilot of an Airbus A340 Gulf Air - Airbus A340 A40-LH , while taking off from Runway 20C at Singapore Changi Airport, had to apply TOGA (Take-off Go Around) power and rotate abruptly at a high rate to expedite the...

Sky Mark – All Nippon – Boeing – B767-300 – B777-200 (JA-767F – JA-8967) flight SKY730 – JA8967

The event covered by this report falls under the category of “an aborted takeoff from a runway used by another aircraft” as stipulated in Clause 1, Article 166-4 of the Civil Aeronautics Regulations of Japan, and is classified as an aircraft serious incident. On June...
Turkish Airlines flight TK981

Turkish Airlines – Mcdonnel Douglas DC-10-10 (TC-JAV) flight TK981

Turkish Airlines flight TK981 after a stop at Orly and a delay to its schedule because of the last minute embarkation of numerous passengers, TC-JAV took off for London at 1132 hrs. Shortly after 1140 hrs, when the Turkish Airlines flight TK981 had reached 12,000 feet...

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Many times it’s not easy to find the official reports online: either because the State Agency investigating the occurrence have no website, or the report is not published or it’s an old report not made in digital format.

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Aviation accidents

An aviation accident is an incident in which an aircraft is damaged or destroyed as a result of a collision, fire, structural failure, or other event. Aviation accidents can be caused by a variety of factors, including mechanical failure, pilot error, adverse weather conditions, and sabotage. Aviation accidents can result in fatalities, injuries, and damage to property. 

Aviation incidents

An aviation incident is an occurrence, other than an accident, that affects or could affect the safety of aircraft operations. Examples of aviation incidents include near collisions, runway incursions, and unruly passenger incidents.

Aviation serious incidents

A serious incident in aviation refers to an event that could have resulted in an accident or that had the potential to cause serious injury or death. Some examples of serious incidents in aviation include engine failure, in-flight fires, and loss of control of the aircraft.

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