Monthly Archives: April 2009

Safi Airways to fly to Frankfurt

 

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Please click on photo for full view and information on Safi Airways.

Safi Airways (Kabul) will add its first route to Europe on June 15 when it launches three flights between Kabul and Frankfurt with Boeing 767-200 equipment.

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Boeing 737 crashes in Africa

Centrafrique Air Express (Brazzaville) lost a Boeing 737 (believed to be 737-268 TL-ADR, msn 21281) yesterday (April 29) on a cargo flight between Brazzaville and Harare. The airliner crashed about 140 nautical miles southeast of Brazzaville near the village of Massamba in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Three crew members were killed.

Royal Air Maroc’s CN-RNT makes a hard landing

 

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Please click on photo for full view, information and other Royal Air Maroc aircraft.

Royal Air Maroc’s (Casablanca) Boeing 767-36N ER CN-RNT (msn 30843) operating as flight AT 42 from Casablanca to New York (JFK) apparently made a hard landing at JFK on April 20 according to The Aviation Herald.  Here is the link for further information:

http://avherald.com/h?article=418b9b6f&opt=0

Continental to resume Newark-Athens

 

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Please click on photo for full view, information and other Continental photos.

Continental Airlines (Houston) will resume seasonal service on the Newark-Athens route on May 2 running through September 7, 2009. The route will be assigned to the Boeing 767-200 ER.

Seagle Air’s first Airbus A320

 

Ex-TAP Portugal Airbus A320-211 OM-HLD (msn 234, ex CS-TNO) makes its first visit to Zurich in full Seagle Air 2007 colors.  Copyright Photo: Adrian Arzenheimer.

Ex-TAP Portugal Airbus A320-211 OM-HLD (msn 234, ex CS-TNO) makes its first visit to Zurich in full Seagle Air 2007 colors. Copyright Photo: Adrian Arzenheimer.

Seagle Air (Bratislava) added its first Airbus A320 on April 8, 2009.

Preliminary Report for Turkish Amsterdam crash

 

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Please click on photo for full view, information and other Turkish photos.

Here is the link for the preliminary report on the Turkish Airlines’ Boeing 737-800 crash at Amsterdam:

 

http://www.onderzoeksraad.nl/docs/rapporten/Prelimenary_EN.pdf