Air France flight AF125

AIR FRANCE – AIRBUS A300 (F-BVGK) flight AF125

On Wednesday, 17 March 1982 with a slight delay from schedule, the Airbus A300 registrated F.BVGK providing commercial flight Air France flight AF125 from Sana'a to Cairo (Paris being its final destination) initiated its take-off roll at 05.10 a.m. U.T. (08.10 local...
TRANSASIA AIRWAYS - ATR72-600 (B-22816) flight no. GE235

Transasia Airways – ATR72-600 (B-22816) flight GE235

On February 4, 2015, TransAsia Airways flight GE235 , an ATR 72-600 aircraft, registration number B-22816, took off from Songshan Airport at 1053 Taipei time for Kinmen Airport. The aircraft carried 58 people, including 3 flight crew members, 2 cabin crew members, and...
JET2 Holidays - BOEING - B737-804 (G-GDFJ) flight LS177

JET2 Holidays – BOEING – B737-804 (G-GDFJ) flight LS177

Jet2 Holidays flight LS177 was a Boeing B737-804 (G-GDFJ) : as soon as the aircraft commenced its takeoff roll, both pilots commented on a strange smell. A few seconds later, due to what appeared to be smoke in the cabin, the Cabin Service Director (CSD) alerted the...

Air France – Boeing – B777-300ER (F-GSQI) flight AF855

Air France flight AF855 was the Lagos-Paris Charles de Gaulle flight , the final leg in the Paris - Lagos - Port Harcourt - Lagos – Paris rotation. The rotation began in Paris on January 9, and the Port Harcourt - Lagos flight was made on the day of the incident. The...

Qantas – Airbus A330-303 (VH-QPA) flight QF72

Qantas flight QF72 : at 0132 Universal Time Coordinated (0932 local time) on 7 October 2008, an Airbus A330-303 aircraft, registered VH-QPA and operated as Qantas flight 72, departed Singapore on a scheduled passenger transport service to Perth, Western Australia. At...
Loganair flight LM0080

Loganair – SAAB 2000 (G-LGNO) flight LM0080

The Loganair flight LM0080 was serviceable with no relevant deferred defects prior to the fight. Weather forecasts for Sumburgh predicted thunderstorms with rain, snow, and hail, and winds gusting up to 60 kt, during the afternoon and early evening. The aircraft and...

Air France – Boeing – B777-300ER (F-GSQI) flight AF855

Air France flight AF855 was the Lagos-Paris Charles de Gaulle flight , the final leg in the Paris - Lagos - Port Harcourt - Lagos – Paris rotation. The rotation began in Paris on January 9, and the Port Harcourt - Lagos flight was made on the day of the incident. The...
Virgin Atlantic flight VS207 - Airbus A340-642 (G-VATL)

Virgin Atlantic – Airbus A340-642 (G-VATL) flight VS207

Virgin Atlantic flight VS207 was operated on 08-02-2005 with an Airbus A340-600 from Hong Kong International Airport to London Heathrow. Some 11 hours after takeoff, at about 0330 hrs with the aircraft in Dutch airspace and at Flight Level 380, the No 1 (number one)...

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Aviation safety is the key point to download official reports and investigations of incidents and accidents.

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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