JetBlue Aircraft and Caribbean Airlines Jet Nearly Collided
More than 1,260 runway incursions were reported last year.
Embassy issues warning of "unconfirmed threat" to Caribbean Airlines flight.
An unconfirmed threat was troubling enough to warrant a warning about specific airlines.
Americans in Guyana should avoid Caribbean Airlines for the next couple days after the U.S. learned of an “unconfirmed threat” relating to the airline, the U.S. State Department said today. “Out of an abundance of caution, the Embassy advises all U.S. citizens in Guyana traveling...
While the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport might ignite fears of flying, passengers should remember that not all flights are bound for peril. The survival rate in U.S. plane crashes from 1983 to 2000 was 95 percent, according to the NTSB. The aviation industry has taken
Lisa Stark reports on how survivors made it out of the demolished jet alive.
Investigators Will Look at the Issue of Pilot Fatigue, Given the 1:30 a.m. Landing
Want to turn now to that miracle crash landing in South America take a look at these images these are the images of the Caribbean airlines jet from New York. After it skidded off the runway in split in two in di Donna. 163. People on that flight including at least two Americans incredibly. Everyone
An amazing story of survival look at this picture this is a plane that literally split in two. 163. People including at least two Americans were on board. It was a Caribbean airlines jet from New York City that skidded off the runway in the south American country of incredibly. Everybody survived
A Caribbean Airlines jet en route from New York crashed in Guyana today and split in two upon hitting the runway, but none of the 163 people on board were killed. About 100 people received medical attention for injuries, which included broken legs and scratches. Several passengers are still