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NTSB update on Atlas Air B767 crash: nose pitched down to about 49° ‘in response to elevator deflection’
12 March 2019

NTSB update on Atlas Air B767 crash: nose pitched down to about 49° ‘in response to elevator deflection’

12 March 2019

The NTSB issued an investigation update on the February 23, 2019, crash of Atlas Air flight 3591, a Boeing 767-375BCF that killed all three on board. 

Atlas Air Boeing 767-300, operating for Amazon Prime Air, crashed near Houston, Texas, USA

24 February 2019

An Atlas Air Boeing 767-300, operating for Amazon Prime Air, crashed during the descent towards Houston, Texas, USA.

TSB Canada details Boeing 767-300ER uncontained engine failure accident

5 November 2018

TSB Canada issued details on a Boeing 767-300ER uncontained engine failure accident after takeoff from Vancouver in August 2018.

Atlas Air Boeing 767-300 in hard landing accident at Portsmouth Airport, USA

29 July 2018

An Atlas Air Boeing 767-300 sustained wrinkling of the fuselage after a hard landing accident at Portsmouth Airport, NH, USA.

JAL Boeing 767-300 sheds engine parts after departure from Kumamoto, Japan

24 May 2018

A JAL Boeing 767-300 shed engine parts after departure from Kumamoto Aiport, Japan, damaging a hospital window and a car.

Germania Boeing 737-700 collides with El Al Boeing 767-300 during pushback at Tel Aviv Airport, Israel

28 March 2018

A Germania Boeing 737-700 collided with an El Al Boeing 767-300 during pushback at Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion Airport, Israel, causing serious damage to the tail fin.

Mexico investigates Boeing 767-300 descent below safe altitude over mountainous area near Huatulco

7 February 2018

Mexico investigates a serious incident in which a Boeing 767-300 received descent clearance over mountainous area near Huatulco, not covered by radar and a subsequent EGPWS warning.

Incident: Runway incursion at Toronto Airport between Boeing 767 and Airbus A319

24 November 2017

TSB Canada reported on a recent runway incursion incident at Toronto Airport, Canada between a Boeing 767 crossing the hold short line and an Airbus A319 on takeoff.