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17 September 2019

Dutch Safety Board investigates Boeing 737-800 taxiway takeoff attempt, Schiphol Airport

17 September 2019

The Dutch Safety Board is investigating a Boeing 737-800 takeoff attempt from a taxiway at Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport, Netherlands.

TwoFlex Cessna 208B Grand Caravan crashed on takeoff from Manaus, Brazil

17 September 2019

A TwoFlex Cessna 208B Grand Caravan crashed into trees during takeoff from Manaus Airport, Brazil. All ten on board survived.

NTSB: Pilot of Citation I lost control, when unable to manually fly the airplane without the autopilot

15 September 2019

The final NTSB report into a March 2017 fatal crash of a Citation I shows the pilot lost control because he was unable to manually fly the airplane without the autopilot.

Pilot killed in Cessna 208 Caravan skydiving aircraft accident in Germany

11 September 2019

The pilot of a Cessna 208 Caravan was killed when his aircraft crashed after dropping 14 skydivers near Gransee Airfield, Germany,

A Convair CV-440 crashed on approach to Toledo-Express Airport, Ohio, USA

11 September 2019

A Convair CV-440 cargo plane with two pilots on board crashed on approach to Toledo-Express Airport, Ohio, USA.

Crew in Citation XLS+ accident at Aarhus disabled EGPWS when descending below glideslope

7 September 2019

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China Eastern Airbus A320 returned to Nanjing after lithium battery power bank fire

4 September 2019

A China Eastern Airbus A320-214 returned to land at Nanjing after a lithium battery power bank suffered a thermal runaway.

Report: Cessna Caravan pilot in Indonesia likely fell asleep before accident

2 September 2019

An accident investigation report that was just released, states that the pilot of an Indonesian Cessna Caravan likely fell asleep before the aircraft hit a mountain.

Beech King Air 350 crashes during medevac flight at Pansol, Philippines

1 September 2019

A Beech King Air 350 crashed at Pansol during medevac flight from Dipolog to Manila, Philippines with eight on board.

Improper maintenance and lack of crew recency factors in Convair CV-340 accident, South Africa

28 August 2019

The South African CAA published their final report on the July 2018 accident involving a Convair CV-340, blaming a.o. improper maintenance and lack of crew recency.