Far Eastern Air Transport - Incidents and Accidents

Incidents and Accidents

  • On 15 February 1969, Douglas C-47B B-241 was damaged beyond economic repair in an accident at Kaohsiung International Airport, Taiwan.
  • On 24 February 1969, Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 104, a Handley Page Dart Herald, crashed near Tainan City. All 36 passengers and crew on board were killed.
  • On 24 April 1969, Douglas C-47A B-251 was damaged beyond economic repair in a landing accident at Phanitet Airport, Vietnam. All 31 passengers and crew survived.
  • On 20 February 1970, Douglas DC-3 B-243 crashed into a mountain shortly after take-off from Taipei Songshan Airport. The aircraft was operating a cargo flight, both crew were killed.
  • On 7 October 1974, a Vickers Viscount was the subject of an attempted hijacking. The hijacker was overpowered and the aircraft landed at its intended destination of Taipei Songshan Airport.
  • On 31 July 1975, Vickers Viscount B-2029 of Far Eastern Air Transport crashed at Taipei Songshan Airport killing 27 of the 75 people on board.
  • On 16 April 1977, Douglas C-47A B-247 was damaged beyond economic repair in a landing accident at Tainan Airport.
  • On 26 August 1980, Bouraq Indonesia Airlines Vickers Viscount PK-IVS suffered an in-flight failure of the starboard elevator and crashed 26 kilometres (16 mi) north east of Jakarta, Indonesia killing all 37 people on board. The Viscount was leased from FAT
  • On 22 August 1981, Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 103, a Boeing 737, broke up in flight. Severe corrosion in the fuselage structure led to an explosive decompression and breakup at high altitude. All 110 on board were killed.

Read more about this topic:  Far Eastern Air Transport

Other articles related to "incidents, incidents and, incidents and accidents, accident":

History Of Submarines - Major Submarine Incidents - Incidents Since 2000
... Since submarines have been actively deployed, there have been several incidents involving submarines that were not part of major combat ... Most of these incidents were during the Cold War, but some are more recent ... Since the year 2000 there have been 9 major naval incidents involving submarines ...
Incidents - Literary Significance and Criticism
... questioned whether Roland Barthes intended to publish Incidents and Soirées de Paris, it has been argued that they have informed our reading of Barthes's oeuvre because of their explicit ... The essay Incidents has been compared to André Gide's Amyntas with its pastoral theme, although Gide writes about Tunisia and Algeria rather than Morocco ...
Lingayen Airport - Incidents and Accidents
... On May 12, 2008, at 1025 a.m ... a Cessna training plane piloted by an Indian student pilot Nachikita Raval, crash-landed at the airport ...
HSC Condor Vitesse - History - Incidents
... On 28 March 2011, she was involved in a collision with a fishing boat near the Minquiers whilst en route from St Malo in foggy conditions ... A French fisherman died in the collision ...
High-speed Rail In South Korea - Operation - Technical and Operational Issues - Incidents and Accidents
... The number of incidents decreased from 28 in the first month to 8 in the fifth ... The accident happened because the driver had fallen asleep and disabled the train protection system, and led to the trial and conviction of the driver ... Preliminary investigation indicated that the accident resulted from a series of human errors ...

Famous quotes containing the words accidents and/or incidents:

    Depression moods lead, almost invariably, to accidents. But, when they occur, our mood changes again, since the accident shows we can draw the world in our wake, and that we still retain some degree of power even when our spirits are low. A series of accidents creates a positively light-hearted state, out of consideration for this strange power.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)

    An element of exaggeration clings to the popular judgment: great vices are made greater, great virtues greater also; interesting incidents are made more interesting, softer legends more soft.
    Walter Bagehot (1826–1877)