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Last updated: 30 March 2015
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Airbus A320-211 silhoutte 29-MAR-2015 - Air Canada Airbus A320-211 accident:
An Airbus A320, registration C-FTJP operating as Air Canada Flight AC624 from Toronto Pearson International suffered a landing accident at Halifax Stanfield International Airport (CYHZ), Nova Scotia. The airplane sustained substantial.... more.
29-MAR-2015 Airbus A320-211 C-FTJP Air Canada 0 Halifax International Airport, NS (YHZ) A1
26-MAR-2015 Antonov 2 Unknown 2 Promin, Lutsk district, Volyn region A1
26-MAR-2015 CASA CN-235M-300 2211 Yemen AF 0 San'a-Al Dalaimi Air Base (SAH) C1
24-MAR-2015 Airbus A320-211 D-AIPX Germanwings 150 17 km SW of Barcelonnette A1
24-MAR-2015 Dornier 228-201 IN240 Indian Navy 2 46 km SW off Goa, India A1
24-MAR-2015 Cessna 208B Super Cargomaster N106BZ Unknown 0 E of Verdigris, OK A1

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acc. date type reg. operator fat. location   dmg
29-MAR-2015 light plane Private 2 SW of Brandywine Airport (KOQN), West Chester, Pennsylvania w/o
29-MAR-2015 Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee N32396 Skyline Aviation Services 1 Near Orange County Airport (KOMH), Orange, Virginia unk
29-MAR-2015 Robinson R44 Raven II OK-RRJ * Private 1 near Modrava w/o
29-MAR-2015 Beech 35 Bonanza 0 Near Cedar Mills Airport (3T0), Gordonville, TX sub
29-MAR-2015 Trike 0 Pacific Ocean off Noosa Spit, Sunshine Coast, QLD unk
29-MAR-2015 Airbus A320-211 C-FTJP Air Canada 0 Halifax Stanfield International Airport (CYHZ), Enfield, NS sub
28-MAR-2015 Aerospool WT-9 Dynamic F-JUKE Private 1 Cotopaxi Volcano w/o
28-MAR-2015 Piper J3C-65 N2206M * Private 0 Crazy Bob's Airport (2OI4), Westfield Center, OH unk
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photo of Airbus A320-211 C-FTJP
Approach area of runway 05 at CYHZ
photo of Airbus A320-211 C-FTJP
accident date: 29-03-2015
type: Airbus A320-211
registration: C-FTJP
photo of Airbus A320-211 C-FTJP
accident date: 29-03-2015
type: Airbus A320-211
registration: C-FTJP
 

Safety indicator 2015
 

3 accidents, 197 fatalities
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6 accidents, 106 fatalities

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48 Years ago today: On 30 March 1967 a Delta Air Lines Douglas DC-8-51 lost control during a two engines out approach to New Orleans; killing all 6 training crewmembers and 13 people on the ground (details)