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Air Crash Investigation season 2

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6 episodes (755 views)

Air weekdate:Daily Cast:Dylan Ramsey, James Murray, Michelle Arvizu Genre:Documentary Channel:National Geographic (US) Status:Continuing

9.6 (39 votes)

Air Crash Investigation season 2 episodes list:

Episode #1: Blow Out (Ripped from the Cockpit, British Airways Flight 5390) (air date: 2005-01-23)

British Airways Flight 5390 was a British Airways flight between Birmingham International Airport in Birmingham, England and Málaga, Spain. On June 10, 1990 the airplane suffered an explosive decompression when an improperly installed pane of the windshield blew out; the flight crew managed to perform an emergency landing in Southampton with no loss of life. Flight: British Airways Flight 5390 AKA: Blow Out

360p (avi 347.4 MB)
Episode #2: A Wounded Bird (One Wing Flight) (air date: 2005-01-30)

Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 529, registration N256AS, was a Embraer Brasilia aircraft that crashed near Carrollton, Georgia on August 21, 1995 while on a flight from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport in Gulfport, Mississippi. Nine of the 29 passengers and crew on board eventually died due to injuries suffered in the accident. Flight: Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 529 AKA: Wounded Bird AKA: A Wounded Bird

360p (avi 347.8 MB)
Episode #3: Killing Machine (Hijacked) (air date: 2005-02-06)

Air France Flight 8969 (AF8969, AFR8969) was an Air France flight that was hijacked on December 24, 1994 at Algiers. The crisis was ultimately solved with minimal casualties to innocents by the GIGN, the intervention group of the French Gendarmerie, a law-enforcement agency. Flight: Air France Flight 8969 AKA: Hijacked AKA: Killing Machine

360p (avi 374.8 MB)
Episode #4: Lost! (Crash On The Mountain) (air date: 2005-02-13)

American Airlines Flight 965 was a scheduled flight from Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida to Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport in Cali, Colombia. Flight 965 crashed into a mountain in Buga, Colombia on December 20, 1995. Flight: American Airlines Flight 965 AKA: Crash on the Mountain

360p (avi 349.2 MB)
Episode #5: Missing Over New York (Deadly Delay) (air date: 2005-02-20)

Avianca Airlines Flight 52 was a regularly scheduled flight from Bogotá's El Dorado International Airport to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport via Medellín, Colombia's José María Córdova International Airport. On Thursday, January 25, 1990, the aircraft performing this flight, a Boeing 707-321B registered as HK-2016, crashed into the town of Cove Neck, Long Island, New York after running out of fuel. 73 out of the 158 passengers and crew on board were killed. Flight: Avianca Airlines Flight 52 AKA: Deadly Delay

360p (avi 349.1 MB)
Episode #6: Deadly Crossroads: Überlingen Crash (Mid-Air Collision) (air date: 2005-02-27)

Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937, registration RA-85816, was a Tupolev 154M passenger jet en route from Moscow, Russia to Barcelona, Spain. DHL Flight 611, registration A9C-DHL, was a Boeing 757-200 cargo jet flying from Bergamo, Italy to Brussels, Belgium. The two aircraft collided in mid-air on July 1, 2002 at 21:35 (UTC) over Überlingen, Germany (near Lake Constance), killing all 71 aboard both aircraft. German investigators determined that the accident had been caused by problems within the air traffic control system; and the controller who was on duty at the time, Peter Nielsen, was later stabbed to death by an architect who lost his wife and both of his children in the accident. Flight: Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937; DHL Flight 611 AKA: Mid-Air Collision AKA: A Father's Revenge

360p (avi 352.4 MB)
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