Mayday - Season Seven

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Dangers dans le ciel title card.

TV Series (Season Seven - 2009)

Also known as:
Mayday / Air Disasters (Québec)
Air Emergency (USA)
Air Crash Investigation(s) (English title)
Dangers dans le ciel (French)

Most of the 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

(missing analysis)

Episode Two

(missing analysis)

Episode Three

(missing analysis)

Episode Four

(missing analysis)

Episode Five : Operation Babylift (Tan Son Nhut C-5 accident)

Lockheed C-5 Galaxy

DDLC S7E4 C-5 CIMG6037.jpg
DDLC S7E4 C-5 CIMG6038.jpg

Bell UH-1H Iroquois

DDLC S7E4 UH-1 CIMG6040.jpg

Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk

DDLC S7E4 UH-60 CIMG6041.jpg

Boeing CH-47 Chinook

DDLC S7E4 CH-47 CIMG6042.jpg

Curtiss-Wright C-46A Commando

Behind the Iroquois.

DDLC S7E4 C-46 CIMG6043.jpg

Beechcraft B55 Baron

DDLC S7E4 biwhat CIMG6046.jpg

Bell 204

Used by Air America.

Bell 204 of Air America.
Bell 204 of Air America.

Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight

DDLC S7E4 CH-46 CIMG6049.jpg

Bell 205

DDLC S7E4 Bell205 CIMG6052.jpg

Gulfstream V

DDLC S7E4 BizJ CIMG6048.jpg
DDLC S7E4 BizJ CIMG6050.jpg

Episode Six

(missing analysis)

Episode Seven : Frozen in Flight (American Eagle Flight 4184)

ATR 72-212

CGI of American Eagle's ATR 72-212, registered N401AM.

Reg. N401AM ATR 72-212 of American Eagle.
Reg. N401AM ATR 72-212 of American Eagle.

Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil

Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil.
Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil.

Piper PA-32-300 Cherokee Six

At right.

McDonnell Douglas MD-82

McDonnell Douglas MD-82 of American Airlines.

Unidentified Aircraft

DDLC-S7E7 Eagle184 jet2.jpg

Diamond DA40 Diamond Star & Diamond DA42 Twin Star

Diamond DA42 Twin Star on the left background.

DDLC-S7E7 Eagle184 Diamond-DA40-TDI.jpg

De Havilland Canada DHC-6-100 Twin Otter

Registration N607NA, c/n 4 built in 1966.

Reg. N607NA De Havilland Canada DHC-6-100 Twin Otter of NASA.

Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker

DDLC-S7E7 Eagle184 KC-135.jpg

Boeing 737-832

Reg. N374DA, a Boeing 737-832 (c/n 29622) of Delta Air Lines.
Same picture seen in Ep.5.08.

Reg. N374DA, a Boeing 737-832 of Delta Air Lines.

Episode Eight : Falling Fast (Tuninter Flight 1153)

ATR 72-202

Tuninter's ATR 72-202, registered TS-LBB (c/n 258) built in 1991. A picture taken during the nineties in full white paint.

Reg. TS-LBB ATR 72-202 of Tuninter.

A CGI of the aircraft during its last flight. The engine nacelles must be white instead blue.

Reg. TS-LBB ATR 72-202 of Tuninter.

Salvation of the wings (and white engines) on 06 August 2005.

Reg. TS-LBB ATR 72-202 of Tuninter.

ATR 72-500

Reg. F-WWEY the prototype of ATR-72-500 variant. This registration worn for trials was used on several ATR 42 and ATR 72.

DDLC-S07E8 TunisA1153 ATR-72-500 F-WWEY.jpg

ATR 42 & ATR 72-202

An ATR-42 (upper) and (below) F-GKPH, an ATR-72-202 which was registered later PP-PTK (c/n 352).

DDLC-S07E8 TunisA1153 ATR-42.jpg

Boeing 767-260ER

Boeing 767-260ER of Ethiopian Airlines, Flight 961 (subject of the Ep. 3.06). Registration is ET-AIZ, c/n 23916/187 built in 1987.

Reg. ET-AIZ Boeing 767-260ER of Ethiopian Airlines.

Airbus A330-243

CGI of an Airbus Airbus A330 in the colors of Air Transat (Ep 1.06 is dedicated to this incident).

Reg.C-GITS Airbus A330-243 of Air Transat.

Bell 212

DDLC-S07E8 TunisA1153 AB-412.jpg

Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican

DDLC-S07E8 TunisA1153 HH-53.jpg

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See also

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