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 February 2015



Scale of the danger



  • Australia/ QLD/ NW of Ingram/ at Copleys Road NE of Abergowrie – An ultra light aircraft impacted terrain at a remote airstrip at Abergowrie. The 2 occupants onboard were injured. One reported neck pain and the other is believed to have suffered leg injuries.

  • Canada/ Alberta/ NW of Bashaw - Two aircrafts experienced a midair collision northwest of Bashaw in Alberta. One airplane impacted open field terrain and one force landed. One pilot was seriously injured and one pilot received minor injuries.

  • US/ NY/ northwest Carthage/ Black River – A Schweizer 269C-1 helicopter (N20059) crashed on the frozen surface of the river. No injuries.

  • US/ CA/ Novato/ Gnoss Field Airport (KDVO) – An Aviat A-1B Husky floatplane (N95HY) experienced a collapse of the landing gear upon landing. No injuries.



  • Australia/ SA/ Gawler/ Gawler Aerodrome (YGAW) – A Van's RV-7A (VH-COG) experienced a loss of power and impacted airport terrain shortly after takeoff. The sole pilot onboard received minor injuries.

  • Greece/ Rhodes/Paradisi-Diagoras Airport (RHO) – A Sky Express British Aerospace 4100 Jetstream 41 (SX-DIA) sustained substantial damage in a hard landing accident.

  • Iran/ Ramsar region/ near Chaboksar – A trainer plane with 2 occupants is missing.

  • India/ Nagaland/ Dimapur District/ Rangapahar helipad – A military HAL Cheetah (Aérospatiale SA 315B Lama) helicopter (Z3155) crashed shortly after takeoff. No injuries.

  • US/ GA/ Valdosta/ Valdosta Regional Airport (KVLD) – A Piper PA-32-301 Saratoga (N42993) experienced a nose-gear collapse upon landing in gusting wind conditions. No injuries.

  • US/ MI/ Saginaw/ MBS International Airport (KMBS) – A Mooney M20F Executive (N6887V) experienced a nose-gear collapse during a gear related emergency landing. No injuries.

  • Ukraine/ Irmino – Ukraine Air Force Sukhoi Su-25 jet was shot down by separatists. The pilot ejected safely.

  • Ukraine/ Donetsk region - Ukraine Air Force Mi helicopter was shot down by separatists.



  • Germany/ Augsburg - Muhlhausen EDMA – A Cessna 172R (D-EMUT) exited the runway sideways during the starting sequence and flipped over. The 3 occupants were injured.



  • Philippines/ Barangay Patag/ Cagayan de Oro City/ Camp Evangelista - The UH-1H helicopter with tail number 518 rolled over while it was about to take off inside Army’s 4th Infantry Division Headquarters at Camp Evangelista at 3:30 p.m. Two of the four occupants were injured.

  • US/ TX/ SE Lubbock – A Piper PA46-500TP Meridian (N301D) clipped a television transmission tower or the supporting cables and impacted nearby terrain. The pilot died in the crash.

  • Canada/ AB/ Northeast of Calgary/ Springbank Airport (CYBW) – A training Bell UH-1H Huey helicopter (C-FTGK) encountered a hard landing. Both occupants were injured.

  • US/ TX/ Denton/ East of Denton Municipal Airport (KDTO) – A Cessna 441 Conquest II (N441TG) impacted terrain east of the airport. The sole pilot onboard received fatal injuries.



  • US/ TX/ Andrews/ near Andrews County Airport (E11) – A Beechcraft A36 Bonanza (N29AC) crashed on a pasture land terrain injuring the 4 occupants, 2 of them seriously.

  • US/ TX/ Slaton/ South of Slaton Municipal Airport (F49) – An agricultural Air Tractor AT-602 plane (N602PB) experienced a loss of engine power shortly after takeoff and force landed to farm field terrain during an attempted return to the point of departure. The airplane came to rest inverted. No injuries.

  • New Zealand/ Marlborough/ nr Raupara/ North bank of the Wairau River – A fire fighting Hughes 369HS helicopter (ZK-IQQ) crashed while refilling its Monsoon Bucket. The pilot received minor injuries.



  • Portugal/ Azambuja/ Alqueidao – A B&F Technik FK-14 Polaris ultra light aircraft (D-MISI) crashed on takeoff and exploded, killing the 2 crew members.

  • US/ SD/ Rapid City/ Rapid City Regional Airport (KRAP) – A Piper PA-24-250 Comanche (N6086P) made an emergency gear-up landing. No injuries.



  • Russia/ Kirishsky area – An Aeroprakt A-22 crashed into trees about five minutes after takeoff. The pilot was injured.

  • Brazil/ RS/ Sentinela do Sul – An agricultural Cessna A188 (PT-LOA) struck power lines and crashed killing the pilot.

  • US/ TX/ Dallas/ Dallas Love Field (KDAL) - A Cessna T-310P (N5727M) experienced a gear-up landing. No injuries.



































































  • US/ MD/ Fort Meade/ West of Tipton Airport (KFME) – An American (Grumman) AA-1 Yankee plane (N6116L) crashed in woods shortly after takeoff, leaving 2 men injured.

  • Italy/ Valgriesenche – An AgustaWestland AW119 Koala helicopter (I-AWCD) crashed after landed the skiers, causing an avalanche. The pilot was seriously injured.

  • Dominica/ Roseau/ Canefield Airport (DCF/TDCF) A Cessna 404 Titan II (YV1139) suffered a runway excursion. No injuries.

  • Brazil/ Rio de Janeiro–Galeao International Airport (GIG) - TAM Linhas Aereas Airbus A321-211 (WL) passenger plane (PT-XPB) sustaining damage in a hail storm. Its flight deck, wind screen and nose cone were damaged.

The wreckage of the crashed TransAsiaArways plane   

Trans Asia Airways plane crash




04.02.2015/ 02:55 UTC

Taiwan/ 5,3 km (3.3 mls) E of Taipei-Sung Shan Airport (TSA)


On February 4, 2015, TransAsia Airways passenger flight GE 235, an ATR 72-600 airplane (B-22816) took off from Songshan Airport at 10:51 Taipei time for Kinmen Airport carrying two pilots and one observer with 2 cabin crews and 53 passengers. Total 58 persons onboard. Three minutets after takeoff, the aircraft lost contact and crashed into Keelung River. According to emergency response unit, 35 death and 8 persons unaccounted until now, 15 onboard and 2 persons on the ground were injured.

Within a minute of takeoff, the plane's right engine triggered an alarm. The data, however, showed it had not shut down, or "flamed out," as the pilot told the control tower, but rather went into idle mode, with no change in the oil pressure. After that, the pilot apparently shut down the left engine, the only engine producing power. ATR 72 twin-engine turboprop aircraft are designed to be able to fly with one powered engine. Once the engine is shut down, it can take about 30 seconds to get the engine restarted, but given the plane’s low altitude, there wasn’t enough time. Moments before the plane crashed, the pilot communicated with air traffic controllers for the final time: “Mayday, mayday, engine flameout,” the pilot said. The plane veered sharply, with the wing striking a taxi-vehicle and barrier before crashing into the river.

Крушение самолета на Тайване

04.02.2015/ 02:55 UTC
Тайван/ Тайбэ

Двухмоторный самолет ATR-72-600 (B-22816)  компании TransAsia Airways совершал внутренний рейс GE 235 из аэропорта Суншань на архипелаг Цзиньмэнь в Тайваньском проливе. Однако вскоре после взлета самолет потерял управление и, задев крылом эстакаду, рухнул в реку. В тот момент на его борту находились пять членов экипажа и 53 пассажира. По последним данным, жертвами произошедшей трагедии стали 35 человек, 15 чудом выжили, остальные 8 числятся пропавшими без вести. Момент крушения зафиксировали видеорегистраторы проезжавших по мосту машин. Самолет задел не только эстакаду, но и проезжавший по ней автомобиль такси. Те двое, которые находились в машине были ранены тоже.
Самолет упал по причине отказа двигателей. Об этом сообщили представители государственого Совета по вопросам авиационной безопасности. Эксперты ссылаются на информацию, которая была получена при расшифровке бортовых самописцев. После взлета бортовой компьютер алармировал, что правый двигатель не работает нормально и экипаж сделал ошибку выключив левого исправного двигателя.
Несмотря на то, что самолет был введен в эксплуатацию меньше года назад – в апреле минувшего года, он уже успел побывать на капремонте.

Самолет катастрофира в Тайван

04.02.2015/ 02:55 UTC
Тайван/ Тайпе

Двумоторният самолет ATR-72-600 (B-22816) на авиокомпанията Trans Asia Airways извършвал вътрешен полет GE 235 от летище Сунг Шан (TSA/RCSS) в Тайпе за летище (KNH/RCBS) на остров Кинмен. Близо 3 минути и половина след излитането си губи мощност и рухва във водите на река Килунг като закача с крило и опашната си част мост над реката. На борда му са били 5 членен екипаж и 53 пътници. Оцелелите са 15 души, приети за клинично лечение с различни по степен наранявания. Потвърдена е смъртта на 35 души, а 8 се водят за безследно ичезнали, като се предполага, че телата им са отнесени от течението на реката. Ранени са и водач на такси и клиентката му, намирали се в леката кола преминаваща по моста, която пострадала от разлетелите се отломки на самолета.
Разчитането на двата бордови самописеца показва, че минута и половина след излитането системата за индикация на работата на двигателите и предупреждение на екипажа излъчва съобщение относно десния двигател изискващо изключването му. Екипажът обаче изключил изправния ляв двигател. Така оставайки без тягата и на двата двигателя, на малката височина на която са се намирали, грешката им се оказва фатална. Не им е оставало нищо друго, освен да се опитат да избегнат сблъсъка със сградите от новата част на Тайпе и потърсят някакъв шанс за спасение чрез приводняване в река Килунг. На няколко пъти екипажът подава сигнал до диспечерите за помощ. Разбрали грешката си неистово са се опитвали да рестартират изправния ляв двигател и в последните секунди от последния полет в живота си успели, но било твърде късно впредвид височината, на която се намирали.
Екипажът и преди това се е оплаквал от двигателите на самолета, твърдят техни колеги. Появи се информация в някои медии, че самолетът е нов, почти на година експлотация, но вече е претърпявал капитален ремонт, което би трябвало да значи основен ремонт или подмяна на двигател. Дали това има връзка с грешката на пилотите, вероятно ще научим от заключителния доклад на разследващите катастрофата.



  • Canada/ BC/ Galiano Island/ Trincomali Channel near Montague Harbour Marina – A Cessna 180H Skywagon crashed into the waters of the Salish Sea on takeoff. The floatplane came to rest inverted. No injuries.

  • US/ TX/ Houston-George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH/KIAH) - US Airways Embraer ERJ-190AR (ERJ-190-100 IGW) plane (N953UW) made a nose gear-up landing. One passenger was injured.



  • Australia/ QLD/ South of Townsville – An ultra light aircraft and Thruster T83 plane (10-0339) clipped power lines and crashed. The airplanes sustained substantial damage and the sole pilot onboard each aircraft received fatal injuries (2 pilots).

  • US/ WA/ Hood Canal beach SW of Belfair – A Van's RV-7 plane force landed to a beach due to an engine failure. The airplane came to rest inverted and the sole pilot onboard received minor injuries.

  • Puerto Rico/ Vieques-Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport (VQS) – A Cape Air Cessna 402C Utiliner/Businessliner (N223PB) collapsed the left landing gear. No injuries.

  • Australia/ NSW/ Orange/ Orange Airport (YORG) – A training Robinson R22 BETA helicopter (VH-YLP) crashed. The instructor and student pilot sustained minor injuries.

  • New Zealand/ Waikato/ Te Awamutu/ Pirongia Road – A Safari 400 helicopter (ZK-HXJ) crashed. The passenger was taken to hospital with serious injuries.



  • Russia/ Volgograd/ 7km of airport Marinovka - Russian Air Force Su-24MR reconnaissance jet crashed on approach killing the 2 pilots.

  • India/ Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district/ Laman (Safapora) forests - Indian Air Force (IAF) HAL Dhruv helicopter crashed in a forest area. Both occupants died in the crash.

  • US/ FL/ 4,5 km (2.8 mls) W of Kendall-Tamiami Airport (TMB) – A Beechcraft 1900C (YV1674) crashed shortly after takeoff. All 4 occupants sustained fatal injuries.

  • Australia/ WA/ 54km NNW of Kalbarri Aerodrome After landing, the pilot and passenger disembarked from the Robinson R22 BETA helicopter (VH-APP) and left the engine running. The helicopter subsequently lifted off with nobody at the controls, and collided with terrain. No injuries.

  • US/ NC/ Greensboro/ Air Harbor Airport (W88) – A Piper PA-28-140 airplane impacted wooded terrain shortly after takeoff. The sole pilot onboard received fatal injuries.

  • US/ CO/ Greeley/ SE of Greeley-Weld County Airport (KGXY) – An experimental Wheeler Express aircraft crashed in a field killing the 2 occupants.

  • Switzerland/ BE/ Grubenbachfassung/ Gde Guttannen – An Eurocopter AS 350B3 Ecureuil helicopter (HB-ZIG) contacted the ground with its blades and subsequently rolled over. No injuries.

  • US/ NV/ Carson City/ Carson Airport (KCXP) – A Cessna 185 Skywagon (N185NV) experienced a loss of directional control and subsequent runway excursion upon landing. No injuries.



  • UK/ Goodwood Airfield – A Robinson R22 helicopter crash-landed. No injuries.

  • Argentina/ In Mendoza/ between Punta de Vacas & Puente del Incas – A military Aerospatiale SA 315B Lama helicopter (H-17) performed an autorotation to a road due to an engine failure. The helicopter came to rest inverted. No injuries.

  • US/ SC/ North Island/ SE of Georgetown – A Cessna 172N Skyhawk (N73856) force landed to beach terrain. The sole pilot onboard received minor injuries.

  • Japan/ Miyazaki Prefecture/ Ebino – A training MD Helicopters OH-6DA (MD500E) helicopter (8781), belonging to 211 Air Training Squadron, Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force, based at Kanoya Air Base, crashed killing the 3 occupants.

  • Czech Republic/ Litomerice distric/ Ustecky region/ Bohusovice nad Ohrí – A RotorWay A600 Talon helicopter (N111ZP) crashed killing the pilot.



  • Sweden/ Bjornon island/ Lake Malaren/ Vasteras – A Piper PA46-500TP Malibu Meridian (N164ST) experienced engine problems immediately after taking off and crashed. All three occupants survived the crash with minor injuries.

  • US/ FL/ Sebastian/ Sebastian Municipal Airport (X26) – An experimental Velocity aircraft impacted airport terrain during an attempted return to the point of departure. The sole pilot onboard was injured.

  • UK/ near Brenzett/ Brookland/ Snargate Lane – A training Robinson R22 Beta II helicopter (G-THLA) made an emergency landing on its side. No injuries.



  • Chile/ Bio Bio/ Quilleco – A helicopter crashed in mountain terrain killing 3 occupants, injuring 1.

  • US/ UT/ Layton/ Valley View Golf Course – A Cessna 150M (N827CH) force landed to a golf course and came to rest inverted. The 2 occupants onboard received minor injuries.

  • US/ HI/ near Honolulu International Airport (HNL/PHNL) United Airlines Boeing 767-424ER (N59053) experienced sudden turbulence, causing injuries to 5 occupants.

  • Mozambique/ near Quelimane Airport – A military Antonov 26B-100 cargo plane (FA-312) crashed on takeoff. No injuries.

  • South Africa/ Free State/ Veld near Parys – A Lancair T360 plane (ZU-YUM) crashed shortly after takeoff killing the 2 occupants.

  • Serbia/ near Zrenjanin Airport (LYZR) – A training Cessna 310C (HA-CIF) crashed killing the 2 occupants.

  • Angola/ Malange Airport (MEG) – FANA Antonov 32 transport plane was destroyed during a night landing accident. No injuries.



  • Australia/ VIC/ Yarrawonga airfield - An ultra light aircraft clipped a fence on landing and crashed injuring the pilot.



  • US/ IL/ Chicago/ Chicago Midway International Airport (KMDW) – A Piper PA-31-350 Chieftain (N727SC) experienced a landing gear malfunction and subsequent gear collapse upon landing. No injuries.



  • Japan/ off shore of south of Nanki-Shirahama Airport (SHM/RJBD) – A military Kawasaki OH-1 training helicopter force landed off shore and sank. No injuries.

  • Saudi Arabia/ Hafar al-Batin area – A Royal Saudi Land Force Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed during a night training exercise. The 4 occupants died in the crash.

  • US/AZ/ Coolidge/ Coolidge Municipal Airport (P08) – A training Piper PA-44-180 Seminole (N593ND) made a belly landing. No injuries.



  • Australia/ QLD/ Archerfield/ Archerfield Airport (YBAF) – A training Cessna 162 SkyCatcher (24-8403) made a a rough landing, left the runway and clipped a fence. No injuries.

  • France/ Le Creux de la Thine/Albon – A Robin DR.400 plane impacted a wooded hillside. Both occupants sustained fatal injuries.

  • Canada/ QC/ Lanaudiere/ Sainte-Melanie – A Cessna 140 plane (C-FLMO) experienced a collapse of the landing gear and subsequent nose-over upon landing to open field terrain. No injuries.

  • Ukraine/ Kiev-Borispol Airport (KBP) - During an engine test, the plane’s throttles were inadvertently opened to full throttle. The Antonov 26B, registration EW-246TG ran forward and collided with a parked Yakovlev 40, registration UR-MIG. The nr.1 propeller slashed away the nose section of the Yak-40 until the prop separated from the engine. The aircraft came to rest with the nose section of the Yah-40 wedged between the Antonov's nr.1 engine and fuselage.

  • US/ OR/ Alfalfa/ Goering Ranches Airport (50OR) – A Grumman G-164A AG Cat biplane (N4863) crashed on landing.

  • Puerto Rico/ Caribbean Sea offshore Rincon – A Rans S-6ES Coyote II (N5196W) impacted the waters of the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Rincon, PR. The passenger onboard the airplane was fatally injured and the pilot received minor injuries.



  • India/ Bengaluru - Two Red Bull stunt aircraft collided in mid-air on Thursday while performing at the Aero India air show, but the pilots, who were unharmed, managed to land safely. The Zlin 50LX plane (OK-XRD) received minor damage and The Zlin 50LX (OK-XRC) sustained serious damage to the right hand wing tip.

  • US/ WA/ Mason County near Shelton – A Bell UH-1H Iroqouis helicopter (N166DR) experienced a rollover during takeoff. No injuries.

  • Brazil/ MG/ Bueno Brandao – A Cessna 182P Skylane (PT-KBV) crashed in a wooded area killing the 4 occupants.

  • New Zealand/ Otago/ Lochy River Basin/ SW of Queenstown – A training Robinson R44 helicopter crashed killing the 2 occupants.



  • Thailand/ Lopburi Province/ Khok Samrong District - A Thai air force F-16A fighter jet, belonging to 103 Sqn Royal Thai AF, crashed during a drill in central Thailand, killing the pilot.

  • Colombia/ Valle del Cauca/ Palmira/ Alfonso Bonilla Aragon Int'l Airport (SKCL) – A Piper PA-34-200T Seneca I (HK-5025) landed without nose gear deployed. No injuries.

  • Argentina/ Ca. Piedra del Aguila City – A PZL-Mielec M-18A Dromader (LV-BZI) made an emergency landing on a road. The pilot received minor injuries.



  • US/ UT/ St George/ St George Municipal Airport (KSGU) – An experimental Avid Flyer aircraft (N88WJ) experienced a loss of directional control and subsequent runway departure upon landing. No injuries.

  • France/ Saint Herent - Puy de Dome – A Robin DR400-120 plane (F-GCAV) crashed into treetops injuring seriously 1 of the 4 occupants onboard.

  • Croatia/ Zagreb (Pleso) International Airport (ZAG/LDZA) – A Piper PA-23-250 Turbo Aztec E plane (9A-DAT) collapsed the nose gear on landing.

  • Brazil/ SP/ Itapira – A Caps-4A Paulistinha aircraft (PP-HGB) force landed to cornfield terrain and came to rest inverted. No injuries.



  • US/ WA/ Spokane/ SW of Felts Field Airport (KSFF) – A Piper PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage (C-GVZW) crashed shortly after takeoff. The sole pilot onboard received serious injuries.

  • US/ GA/ Echols County/ Statenville – US Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet fighter jet impacted wooded terrain. Both pilots ejected and received minor injuries.

  • El Salvador/ El Jaguey – A training Piper PA-28-181 Archer II (YS-447P) suffered a runway excursion, causing the collapse of the landing gear.

  • Brazil/ Roraima/ Uiramuta/ Comunidade Indígena do Caju – A small plane crashed on takeoff. Four people were on board, two pregnant indigenous, a chaperone and the pilot. One of the pregnant women was injured.



  • Russia/ Rostov/ Azovsky District/ Dugino – A Cetus 800 (Van's RV-8) impacted terrain shortly after takeoff from a private aerodrome near Dugino. Both occupants onboard received fatal injuries.

  • UK/ Oxfordshire/ Banbury/ Shotteswell Church Farm airfield (X9CH) – A Piper PA-28-161 Warrior III (G-COVB) flipped over in a crash-landing. The pilot and passenger have been injured.

  • Switzerland/ Vaud/ Yverdon-les-Bains Airfield (LSGY) – A Robin DR.400-140B Major 80 plane (HB-KDD) crashed shortly after takeoff. Both occupants onboard received fatal injuries.



  • Turkey/ Malatya province/ Akcadag district Two reconnaissance RF-4E Phantom II jets crashed killing the 4 pilots. Each plane carried a crew of two.

  • US/ AZ/ Prescott/ Ernest A. Love Field Airport (KPRC) – A Velocity XL aircraft (N32XL) experienced a gear-up landing. No injuries.

  • US/ AZ/ Phoenix/ Phoenix Deer Valley Airport (KDVT) – A Piper PA-28R-201 Arrow III (N963WW) experienced a collapse of the left main landing gear upon landing. No injuries.

  • US/ CA/ San Jose/ Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Intl Airport (KSJC) - A Beechcraft A60 Duke (N7420D) experienced an emergency right main gear-up landing. No injuries.



  • US/ TX/ NW of San Antonio/ Government Canyon State Natural Area – A Papa 51 Thunder Mustang plane (N7TR) crashed into a small ravine. The pilot received fatal injuries.

  • Brazil/ Parana/ Campo Mourao – A training CAP-4 Paulistinha plane (PP-HBK) crashed in a soybean field killing the 2 occupants onboard.

  • UK/ Bedfordshire/ Aspley Guise -  A Robinson R44 Raven 1 helicopter (G-CEDG) ended up on its side with parts scattered across a field. The 3 occupants received minor injuries.



  • Thailand/ Isan - Thai Airways International Airbus A340-642 jet (HS-TNF) was hit by a severe turbulence. Three passengers and 8 crew members were injured.

  • Switzerland/ Uri/ REGA 8 base / Erstfeld Heliport (LAXE) – An ambulance Agusta AW109SP helicopter (HB-ZRV) made a hard landing. The 3 crew members received minor injuries.

  • New Zealand/ Wairarapa – A Robinson R22 helicopter force landed on the top of a tree. No injuries.

  • Iran/ Imamzadeh Ebrahim – A military helicopter crashed killing the 3 occupants. Snowfall and low visibility may have contributed to the crash.



  • US/ CA/ Tulare County/ North of Ivanhoe – An agricultural Bell 47G-2A helicopter (N4774S) hit a power line and crashed. The pilot suffered moderate injuries and was airlifted to a local hospital.

  • Libya/ 5km from the border with Tunesia A military plane crashed.

  • Tanzania/ Mwanza Airport – A military Chengdu F-7 caught fire on takeoff after a bird strike. The pilot was injured.

  • South Africa/ Gauteng Province/ south of Pretoria/ Irene – A small airplane crashed. The two occupants onboard were seriously injured.

  • US/ MI/ Flint/ Arbela/ north of Bishop Int'l Airport (KFNT) – A training Piper PA-28R-200 Arrow (N2837R) force landed to a field. No injuries.

  • Kazakhstan/ Zhambyl region – An Eurocopter EC 130 crashed upon takeoff. No injuries.

  • Australia/ NSW/ 13km SW of Cootamundra – An agricultural Fletcher FU-24A-950 plane (VH-KXT) collided with a Gippsland GA-200 plane (Reg. VH-AGZ) while landing on a crossing runway. The pilots were uninjured.

  • Australia/ VIC/ Melbourne/ Moorabbin Airport (YMMB) – A Liberty XL-2 plane (VH-CZT) crashed on landing. No injuries.



  • Sudan/ Gedaref/ Chmiliab – A Mil Mi-17 helicopter (ST-GFG) made an emergency landing. The helicopter struck an electric pole and crash landed. No injuries.

  • Sudan/ Khartoum International Airport - A Mil Mi-17 helicopter was blown over as it was being taken to a hangar. It caught fire. One person was injured.

  • Germany/ Legau – A Pipistrel Virus SW plane (D-MBIG) crash-landed after fuel starvation. The pilot sustained non-life threatening injuries.

  • US/ WI/ Madison/ Dane County Regional Airport – A Cessna Conquest plane collapsed the nose gear on landing. The pilot received minor injuries.

  • US/ WA/ Seattle/ Lake Union – A Cessna 172E Skyhawk plane (N5721T) flipped over during the post-landing water taxi. No injuries.

  • US/ FL/ Boca Raton – A Piper PA-31-310 Navajo plane (N748NP) force landed to a canal levee. No injuries.

  • Australia/ QLD/ Deception Bay – An Enstrom 280C Shark helicopter (VH-YHD) crashed onto a beach. The sole pilot received minor injuries.

  • Australia/ QLD/ Brisbane/ Archerfield Airport (YBAF) – A Robinson R22 helicopter crashed. Both occupants received minor injuries.

  • Slovenia/ Ljubljana – A Cirrus SR22 GTS (S5-DJW) landed in a field after the pilot deployed the CAPS chute. Gliding down, the aircraft touched power lines.


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