News about significant aircraft accidents and information from accident reports.
The 777's captain told passengers the fire had been caused by catastrophic engine failure.
A witness stated that the Sabreliner twinjet and Cessna 172 piston single did not appear to take avoidance actions before colliding.
The helicopter spun out of control shortly after lifting off of the TV station's helipad.
Neither the toe brakes nor emergency braking slowed or stopped the Falcon 2000 from hitting a Falcon 50 and King Air C90.
Preliminary, final and factual reports
The mechanics were candid about the maintenance errors that began the chain of events that ultimately led to the in-flight emergency.
Sage-Popovich chief questions whether a series of tire failures are related to possible manufacturing issue.
Pilot-related causes remain a significant problem.
NTSB says pilots of the Cessna 172 and Sabreliner that collided near San Diego Brown Field Municipal Airport on August 16 were in contact with the tower.
The pilot said that the autofeather system feathered the right propeller, but could not recall feathering the left engine.