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TV Series (Season 05 - 2008)
Also known as:
Mayday / Air Disasters (Québec)
Air Emergency (USA)
Air Crash Investigation(s) (English title)

Starring:

Each episode of 52 minutes includes two parts. The first one tells the chronology of a flight, with aviation experts and eyewitnesses, usually from the boarding until the drama. In the second part, the enquiry is told until its conclusions and the consequences on industry and airline companies are exposed.


Episode One :

(not yet analysed)

Episode Two : Gimli Glider (Air Canada Flight 143)

Airbus A321-211

Airbus A321-211 of Air Canada.

Antonov An-124 Ruslan & Various Aircraft

Seen on panels behind the interviewee.

Antonov An-124 Ruslan of Volga-Dnepr Airlines.

Bell CH-146 Griffon

Registration 146454, c/n 46454.

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Boeing 737-300

Boeing 737-300.

Boeing 767-233 (CGI)

CGI of the accident aircraft. Registration C-GAUN, c/n 22520 built in 1983. Ran out of fuel and made an emergency landing at Gimli Industrial Park airport on July 23, 1983. All occupants survived.

Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.

Boeing 767-233

Registration C-GAUN, c/n 22520 built in 1983. Ran out of fuel and made an emergency landing at Gimli Industrial Park airport on July 23, 1983. All occupants survived.

Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-GAUN Boeing 767-233 of Air Canada. Apparently the aircraft's final takeoff.

Boeing 767-233/ER

Boeing 767-233/ER of Air Canada.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

Registration C-FTLU, c/n 47196 built in 1968. Air Canada's Flight 797 caught on fire mid-flight and had to make an emergency landing at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG/KCVG) on 2 June 1983. 23 passengers died.

Reg. C-FTLU McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.
Reg. C-FTLU McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Air Canada.

Episode Three

(missing analysis)

Episode Four

(missing analysis)

Episode Five

(missing analysis)

Episode Six

(missing analysis)

Episode Seven : Air India: Explosive Evidence (Air India Flight 182)

Boeing 747-437

CGI.

Boeing 747-437 of Air India (CGI).
Boeing 747-437 of Air India (CGI).

Real one.

Boeing 747-437 of Air India.

Boeing 737 & Boeing 747

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Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

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Westland WS-61 Sea King HAR 3

Reg. XZ595 Westland Sea King HAR.3 of the Royal Air Force.

Boeing 747-237B

Remains of Air India Flight 182, subject of the episode.

Reg. VT-EFO Boeing 747-237B Emperor Kanishka of Air India.

Ilyushin Il-96

Ilyushin Il-96 of Aeroflot-Soviet Airlines.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10

Registration TC-JAV, c/n 46704/29. Flight 981, Crashed over Ermenonville near Paris on the 3 March 1974.

Reg.TC-JAV McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 Ankara of THY-Türk Hava Yollari-Turkish Airlines.

Boeing 747-128

On 17 May 1997, the FAA, in conjunction with the Civil Aviation Authority in the United Kingdom, conducted a blast test on an ex-Air France Boeing 747 c/n 20355/105. (reg. F-BPVE when in service).

Ex Air France Boeing 747-128 F-BPVE during blast tests at Bruntingthorpe Airfield, Leicestershire, England.

Airbus A320-214

Airbus A320-214 of Philippine Airlines.

Boeing 767

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Airbus A300

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Episode Eight : Mixed Signals (Birgenair Flight 301)

Boeing 757-200

Prototype of the Boeing 757-200 (N757A).

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A Boeing 757 with its registration ending by UE; seen again in Ep 9.05 Target is Destroyed.

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Boeing 757-225

CGI of the Boeing 757-225 registered TC-GEN of Birgenair.

Reg. TC-GEN Boeing 757-225 of Birgenair.
Reg. TC-GEN Boeing 757-225 of Birgenair.

Bell UH-1H Iroquois

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McDonnell Douglas DC-9

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Bell OH-58 Kiowa

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IAI 1125 Astra SPX

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Unidentified Aircraft

A general aviation aircraft.

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Airbus A320

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Gulfstream G650

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Airbus A319-112

Airbus A319-112 of US Airways.

Airbus A320-232

Registration G-MIDR, c/n 1697. Built in 2002, previously registered F-WWIQ then SU-NMA.

Reg. G-MIDR Airbus A320-232 of BMI-British Midlands International.

De Havilland Canada DHC-7 'Dash 7'

A Dash 7 is on final approach.

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Boeing 747-4F6

Boeing 747-4F6 of South African Airways.

ATR 72-212

Reg. N429AT ATR 72-212 of American Eagle built in 1994 (c/n 429). Tail fin of Boeing 737-832 from Delta Air Lines in the background (listed below).

Reg.N429AT ATR 72-212 of American Eagle.

Cessna 172

Gate gardian at Gregorio Luperón International Airport (POP/MDPP) (Sosúa, Puerto Plata province, Dominican Republic).

DDLC-S5E8 C172 CIMG7419.jpg

Boeing 737-832

Reg. N374DA, a Boeing 737-832 (c/n 29622) seen again in Ep. 7.07 Frozen in Flight.

Boeing 737-832 of Delta Air Lines.


Episode Nine

(missing analysis)


Episode Ten : Phantom Strike (Gol Transportes Aéreos Flight 1907)

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

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Boeing 737-8BK

Boeing 737-8BK of Gol Transportes Aéreos.
Boeing 737-8BK of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Boeing 737-8EH

Registration PR-GTL, c/n 34962/2215.

Reg. PR-GTL Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Registration PR-GTD, c/n 34653/2039. Gol Transportes Aéreos Flight 1907 broke up and crashed after its wing was cut off by the Bombardier listed below.

Reg. PR-GTD Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-GTD Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.
Reg. PR-GTD Boeing 737-8EH of Gol Transportes Aéreos.

Embraer EMB-135BJ Legacy 600

Reg. N600XL EMB-135BJ Legacy 600, c/n 14500965 built in 2006.

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Embraer ERJ 145 family & Boeing 737 & Airbus A319 & Boeing 747

Top to bottom.

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Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma

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Sikorsky UH-60L Black Hawk

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Various Models

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Lockheed C-130 Hercules, Consolidated B-24 Liberator, Armstrong Whitworth A.W.38 Whitley, and Consolidated PBY Catalina are recognizable.

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IAI 1125 Astra

Known too as Gulfstream G100. False registration.

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Unidentified Aircrarft

Orange desk model on the bottom left.

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See also

Main page of Mayday / Dangers dans le ciel : Dangers dans le ciel