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  • PICTURE & GRAPHIC: Crashed Metroliner in Cork identified as EC-ITP


    A Fairchild Metroliner operated by Flightline BCN on behalf of Manx2 which crashed at Cork airport this morning has been identified as bearing the registration number EC-ITP.


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  • Cork Airport to remain closed until at least 18:00


    <p>Cork Airport will remain closed until at least 18:00 following this morning's crash of a Fairchild Metroliner...


  • Metroliner which crashed in Cork belongs to Flightline BCN


    <p>Barcelona-based operator Flightline BCN has confirmed that a Fairchild Metroliner which crashed in Cork this morning...


  • Damaged cockpit recorders delay Australian aviation safety verdict on May 2005 Metroliner crash, the worst in country for 35 years


    The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) does not expect to release a final report into the country's worst civil...


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  • Cork Airport to remain closed until at least 18:00

    News | 10 Feb 2011 14:33 | Kerry Reals

    <p>Cork Airport will remain closed until at least 18:00 following this morning's crash of a Fairchild Metroliner operated by Manx2.</p><p>A spokeswoman for...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Cork-Airport-to-remain-closed-until-at-least-1800-353045/
  • PICTURE & GRAPHIC: Crashed Metroliner in Cork identified as EC-ITP

    News | 10 Feb 2011 14:02 | David Learmount

    A Fairchild Metroliner operated by Flightline BCN on behalf of Manx2 which crashed at Cork airport this morning has been identified as bearing the registration number EC-ITP.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURE-GRAPHIC-Crashed-Metroliner-in-Cork-identified-as-EC-ITP-353043/
  • Metroliner which crashed in Cork belongs to Flightline BCN

    News | 10 Feb 2011 11:45 | Kerry Reals

    <p>Barcelona-based operator Flightline BCN has confirmed that a Fairchild Metroliner which crashed in Cork this morning was one of its aircraft.</p><p>A Flightline...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Metroliner-which-crashed-in-Cork-belongs-to-Flightline-BCN-353035/
  • Manx2 Metroliner crashes in Cork: fatalities reported

    News | 10 Feb 2011 11:15 | Kerry Reals

    A Fairchild Metroliner operated on behalf of Manx2 has crashed at Cork Airport in Ireland and there are reports of fatalities.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Manx2-Metroliner-crashes-in-Cork-fatalities-reported-353032/
  • Australia's CASA grounds Transair as part of investigation into worst civil air crash in country's history

    News | 27 Nov 2006 09:24 | Leithen Francis

    <P><A href="http://www.casa.gov.au/" target=_blank>Australia’s&nbsp;Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)</A> has grounded Transair, the carrier that had been under investigation f<A href="http://www.flightglobal.com/Articles/2006/11/07/210387/failings-prompt-australian-aviation-safety-agency-casa-to-revoke-aoc-of-transair-airline-involved-in-countrys-worst-accident-in-may-2005-lockhart-river.html">ollowing&nbsp;last year’s fatal crash of a passenger aircraft</A>.</P> <P>“Today we took it to the next level which is an immediate suspension of the air operator’s certificate (AOC). So Transair has been grounded since late last night,” CASA&nbsp;says from Canberra. Transair AOC was held by a holding company Lessbrook. A statement says: "CASA has reason to believe the operator had engaged, may be engaging and was likely to engage in conduct constituting, contributing to or resulting in a serious and imminent risk to air safety".</P> <P>This is only the second time CASA has taken such acthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Australias-CASA-grounds-Transair-as-part-of-investigation-into-worst-civil-air-crash-in-countrys-history-210762/
  • Damaged cockpit recorders delay Australian aviation safety verdict on May 2005 Metroliner crash, the worst in country for 35 years

    News | 07 Sep 2006 11:00 | Emma Kelly

    The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) does not expect to release a final report into the country's worst civil aviation accident since 1968 until next March as it continues to investigate the complex incident.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Damaged-cockpit-recorders-delay-Australian-aviation-safety-verdict-on-May-2005-Metroliner-crash-the-worst-in-country-for-35-years-208801/