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27 June 2019

Angara Airlines An-24 suffers runway excursion and hit a building at Nizhneangarsk, Russia

27 June 2019

An Angara Airlines Antonov An-24 suffered a runway excursion after returning to land at Nizhneangarsk, Russia following an engine failure.

FAA and NASA conduct crash test on a Fokker F-28

23 June 2019

The FAA and NASA performed a crashworthiness test on a Fokker F-28 aircraft at NASA’s Langley Research Facility in Hampton, VA on June 20, 2019.

Basler BT-67 ditched off Fort Hope Airport, Canada after engine problems

21 June 2019

A Basler BT-67 ditched off Fort Hope Airport, Canada into a lake after suffering engine problems shortly after departure

FAA issues Notam prohibiting flights over parts of Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman

21 June 2019

FAA issues Notam prohibiting flights over Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman in Tehran FIR due to heightened military activities

NTSB issues update on Citation Encore crash off Florida: pilot unconscious

19 June 2019

The NTSB issued an update on the Citation Encore that crashed off the Florida coast on May 24, stating that the pilot was seen unconscious and slumped over the controls by scrambled fighter jets.

S7 Airlines Boeing 737-800 suffers tailstrike on landing at Krasnodar Airport, Russia

16 June 2019

An S7 Airlines Boeing 737-800 suffered tailstrike on landing at Krasnodar Airport, Russia.

MAP Linhas Aéreas ATR 42-320 lands gear-up at Manaus Airport, Brazil

15 June 2019

A MAP Linhas Aéreas ATR 42-320 returned to Manaus Airport, Brazil, for technical reasons and landed gear-up.

United Boeing 757-200 suffers serious damage in bounced landing accident at Newark Airport

15 June 2019

United flight UA627, a Boeing 757-200, suffered serious damage in a hard/bounced landing at Newark Airport.

Report: Boeing 737-800 tailstrike on takeoff with incorrect thrust setting, Birmingham Airport

13 June 2019

The AAIB reported that a Boeing 737-800 suffered a tailstrike on takeoff from Birmingham Airport after the crew mistakenly used zero fuel weight instead of takeoff weight to calculate thrust setting.

FAA proposes $715,438 civil penalty against Allegiant Air

Allegiant MD-88 Photo: Aeroprints.com (CC:by-sa) 12 June 2019

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes a $715,438 civil penalty against Allegiant Air for allegedly operating an aircraft on more than two dozen flights following improper engine maintenance.