Tag: #B737

COLLISION BETWEEN KLM B737 AND EASYJET A320 AT AMSTERDAM AIRPORT

KLM B737 and easyJet A320 collided at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

AMSTERDAM AIRPORT, NETHERLANDS – A KLM Boeing 737 and Easyjet A320 collided at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Tuesday morning. The ground collision is probably caused by an error of an air traffic controller. The two aircraft had been given permission simultaneously to be pushed back from the gate and came into contact with each other, only

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TEN INJURED PEOPLE ON ALK AIRLINES B737 FLIGHT DUE TO HEAVY TURBULENCE

BASEL, SWITZERLAND – Very scary moments on an ALK Airlines flight from Kosovo to Switzerland last week. Heavy turbulence caused a flight attendant to be smashed into the ceiling of the cabin and 10 passengers were injured. ALK Airlines B737-300 (reg. LZ-MVK) performing Flight VBB7205 from Pristina (Kosovo) to Basel (Switzerland) and Mulhouse (France) with

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MIAMI AIR INTERNATIONAL B737 CRASHED INTO RIVER AT JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION

Miami Air B737 accident

NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL / May 3, 2019 – A Miami Air International Boeing 737-800, arriving from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay in Cuba into Naval Air Station Jacksonville, slidd off the runway into the St. Johns River at approximately 9:40 PM on Friday. There were some minor injuries among the 136 passengers and 7 aircrew members

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THE BOEING 737 MAX WILL FLY AGAIN THIS SUMMER

WestJet Boeing 737 MAX 8

SEATTLE – The Boeing 737 MAX will probably fly again in August this Summer. According to the Seattle Times, the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) will give permission at the end of May to put the grounded 737 MAX back into service. Due to 2 fatal accidents with the Boeing 737 MAX, the aircraft type was

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OWL FOUND IN B737 ENGINE DURING PRE-FLIGHT CHECK AT MELBOURNE AIRPORT

Owl in B737 Engine

MELBOURNE AIRPORT – A remarkable discovery last Thursday, during a regular pre-flight check of a Virgin Australian Boeing 737 at Melbourne airport; an owl was found in one of the engine’s fan blades. According to the airline, this is why pre-flight checks are always very important before each single flight. “Our team of engineers rescued

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