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  2. Air France Flight 4590 - Wikipedia

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    Five minutes before the Concorde departed, Continental Airlines Flight 55, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30, took off from the same runway for Newark International Airport and lost a titanium alloy strip that was part of the engine cowl, identified as a wear strip about 435 millimetres (17.1 in) long, 29 to 34 millimetres (1.1 to 1.3 in) wide, and 1.4 millimetres (0.055 in) thick.

  3. Alaska Airlines Flight 261 - Wikipedia

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    Alaska Airlines Flight 261 was an Alaska Airlines flight of a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 plane that crashed into the Pacific Ocean on January 31, 2000, roughly 2.7 miles (4.3 km; 2.3 nmi) north of Anacapa Island, California, following a catastrophic loss of pitch control, killing all 88 on board: two pilots, three cabin crew members, and 83 passengers.

  4. Bhoja Air Flight 213 - Wikipedia

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    Bhoja Air Flight 213 was a domestic scheduled passenger flight operated by Pakistani airline Bhoja Air from Karachi to Islamabad.On 20 April 2012, the Boeing 737-236A aircraft serving the route crashed in bad weather during its final approach to land.

  5. JetBlue Flight 191 - Wikipedia

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    JetBlue Flight 191 was a scheduled domestic commercial passenger flight from New York to Las Vegas, United States.On March 27, 2012, the Airbus A320 serving the route diverted to Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport, in Amarillo, Texas, after the captain, suffering from an apparent mental breakdown, started behaving erratically and making disturbing and incoherent statements, leading to ...

  6. List of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft ...

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    The pilot survived after ejecting. This was the second crash of a fighter jet of the Taiwanese Air Force within three months after the crash of an F-16 on 11 January. 18 March A U.S. Marine Corps MV-22B participating in military exercise Cold Response in Norway crashed in the Gråtådalen valley in Beiarn municipality, Nordland county. The ...

  7. UTA Flight 141 - Wikipedia

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    UTA Flight 141 was a scheduled international passenger flight operated by Guinean regional airline Union des Transports Africains de Guinée, flying from Conakry to Dubai with stopovers in Benin, Libya and Lebanon.

  8. Samora Machel - Wikipedia

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    Samora Moisés Machel (29 September 1933 – 19 October 1986) was a Mozambican military commander and political leader. A socialist in the tradition of Marxism–Leninism, he served as the first President of Mozambique from the country's independence in 1975.

  9. Pan Am Flight 73 - Wikipedia

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    Pakistan quickly sent in the Pakistan Army's Special Services Group (SSG) commandos and Pakistan Rangers were put on high alert. The 17-hour long hijacking came to an end when the hijackers opened fire on the passengers at 21:30 Pakistan Standard Time, but soon ran out of ammunition, resulting in some passengers fleeing the aircraft through the aircraft's emergency exits.