Posts Tagged ‘Bombardier CRJ-200’

United Airlines Regional Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Burlington, Flaps Issue

A United Airlines regional jet made an emergency landing at Burlington International Airport (BVT) late Wednesday when pilots detected troubles with the plane’s flaps. United Flight 5719, a Bombardier CRJ-200, made a safe landing at 7:15 PM. Firetrucks escorted the plane to its gate. No injuries were reported. The flight originated at Washington Dulles (IAD).

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SCAT Air Flight Crashes Near Almaty Airport Killing All 22 on Board

SCAT Crash Site

A SCAT Air plane crashed while on approach to Almaty Airport in Kazakhstan Tuesday disintegrating on impact, killing 22 passengers and crew. SCAT Flight 760 was a Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft and disappeared from radar in bad weather (fog) shortly before the incident. Reuters reports: ‘”There was no fire, no explosion. The plane just plunged to the…

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US Airways Express Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Reagan, Cracked Windshield

A US Airways Express jet bound for Raleigh/Durham International Airport in North Carolina this morning had to return to Reagan National due to a cracked windshield. US Airways Express Flight 3583, operated by Air Wisconsin with 12 passengers and 3 crew, made a safe landing at 7:17 AM. There were no injuries reported. The aircraft…

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US Airways Jet Diverts to Knoxville, Tennessee, Possible Blown Tire

A US Airways regional jet flying from Charlotte Douglas (CLT) to Tallahassee (TLH) on Friday diverted to McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) in Knoxville, Tennessee when pilots suspected a blown tire. ‘Several emergency vehicles lined up at a staging area at Springbrook Corporate Center in Alcoa in case they were needed. The plane safely landed and the…

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