Qantas A380 goes into nosedive after wake turbulence

In June 2018, two Qantas A380 experiences an extremely rare incident, when one of the aircraft were sent into a nosedive because of  “wake turbulence” induced by another Qantas A380. 

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A Qantas A380 operating from Los Angeles (LAX) to Melbourne was sent into a nosedive for 10 seconds over the Pacific Ocean, on June 10, 2018. The incident was attributed to a “wake turbulence” induced by another Qantas A380 that left Los Angeles minutes earlier.
 

Can't stop me now!

Air India Express Boeing 737-800, registered VT-AYD, was about to operate flight IX 611 from Tiruchirappalli International Airport(TRZ), India to Dubai International Airport (DXB), United Arab Emirates on October 12, 2018, when it hit a localizer antenna and a wall upon takeoff. But that did not stop the flight.

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Air India Express Boeing 737-800, registered VT-AYD, was about to operate flight IX 611 from Tiruchirappalli International Airport(TRZ), India to Dubai International Airport (DXB), United Arab Emirates on October 12, 2018, when it hit a localizer antenna and a wall upon takeoff.  
 

The heroism of Indonesian air traffic controller

An air traffic controller has been hailed as a hero after he guided a passenger plane into the air before jumping for his life from the control tower during a devastating earthquake that hit Indonesia on September 28, 2018.

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An Indonesian air traffic controller has been hailed as a hero after he guided a passenger plane into the air before jumping for his life from the control tower during an earthquake. 
 

Coming hardly 4 miles apart

Two IndiGo regional flights narrowly escaped a mid-air collision over Bengaluru airspace in southern India late on July 10, 2018. Together, the two aircraft – both Airbus passenger jets – were carrying 328 passengers onboard, all of whom later landed and deplaned safely.

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Two IndiGo regional flights narrowly escaped a mid-air collision over Bengaluru airspace in southern India late on July 10, 2018.
 

Deadly Southwest B737 engine break

Southwest Airlines flight 1380 from New York LaGuardia (LGA) to Dallas Love field (DAL) made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) in April 2018, as debris of a broken Boeing 737-700 engine shattered a window, causing depressurization and fataly injuring a passenger.

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An investigative hearing, investigating the fatal Southwest Airlines flight 1380, turns attention to CFM56-7B engine as a similar failure of this model engine also happened two years earlier, in 2016.