News about significant aircraft accidents and information from accident reports.
The jet lifted off the runway at about 134 knots, but a moment later the right wing and right landing gear hit the snowplow before the airplane crashed.
NTSB recommended FAA require flight data monitoring programs and safety management systems for all Part 135 operators.
The aircraft struck terrain approximately seven miles north of Kelowna Airport eight minutes after takeoff.
The aircraft crashed near Pratt & Whitney's East Hartford plant.
Number of accidents involving turbine business airplane operations worldwide fell more than 30 percent versus the same period last year.
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ALPA claims Safety Board failed to identify multiple factors in 2015 accident
Investigators yet to find missing piece of broken fan blade
Pilots applied engine thrust just three seconds before impact