Colombian 'Miracle' Plane Crash: Inside the Story of Survival

Boeing 737 Splits on Landing; One Passenger Dies

The Aires website said the airline has 10 Boeing 737-700s in service. The oldest was originally put into service by Southwest Airlines in 1997.

This is the second time a 737-700 has been involved in an accident in which people died, according to the website AirSafe.com.

The previous accident took place Dec. 8, 2005, when the pilot of a Southwest Airlines flight landing at Chicago's Midway Airport from Baltimore couldn't stop the aircraft on the runway. The aircraft struck a fence and two vehicles on the ground, killing a 6-year-old boy, but none of the 95 passengers onboard were seriously injured.

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