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26 May 2019

Superjet in fatal Moscow crash had windshear warning on approach and bounced twice on landing

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The Russian Ministry of Transport released initial findings on the May 5 accident of a Sukhoi Superjet at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport in Russia.

Cessna Citation Encore crashes off Florida after losing communication

25 May 2019

A Cessna 560 Citation Encore en route to Fort Lauderdale crashed into the Atlantic 200 miles offshore after losing communication.

EASA extends validity of conflict zone warnings for Sinai and Yemen

24 May 2019

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) extended the validity of its Conflict Zone Information Bulletins for Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula and Yemen.

Cessna Citation crashed near Indianapolis Regional Airport, killing two

22 May 2019

A Cessna Citation crashed shortly after departure from Indianapolis Regional Airport, USA, killing both occupants.

Report: Brazilian Cessna Citation VII loss of control accident after pitch trim failure

19 May 2019

A Brazilian Cessna Citation VII crashed after the pilots lost control following a pitch trim failure, according to the final report.

Cuba: Crash of Global Air Boeing 737-200 at Havana due to errors in weight and balance calculations

18 May 2019

Cuban authorities reported that it had completed their investigation into the May 2018 accident involving a Global Air Boeing 737-200, citing errors in weight an balance calculations.

FAA issues warning for airspace above the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman

17 May 2019

The FAA issued a warning to U.S. civil pilots to ‘exercise caution’ when operating in the airspace above the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman due to tensions in the region.

ATSB calls for review of runway lighting standards following Boeing 737-800 runway excursion at Darwin

15 May 2019

The absence of centreline lighting on a wider than usual runway was a factor in a serious runway excursion incident involving a Boeing 737-800 at Darwin Airport, Australia.

FAA: Costa Rica does not comply with ICAO safety standards

14 May 2019

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that the Republic of Costa Rica does not comply with ICAO safety standards and has been assigned a Category 2 rating based on a reassessment of the country’s civil aviation authority.

Asymmetric reverse factor in Gulfstream G200 runway excursion, Moscow

12 May 2019

A Russian preliminary report states asymmetric thrust caused a Gulfstream G200 to veer off the runway at Moscow, Russia when the right thrust reverser was stowed with the left one remaining at maximum reverse.