Business crashed jet

The Boeing 777-200ER, registration HL7742, [2] was powered by two Pratt and Whitney PW4090 engines. [3] [4] It was delivered new to Asiana Airlines on 7 March 2006 [5] [6] and at the time of the crash had accumulated 37,120 flight hours and 5,388 (takeoff-and-landing) cycles. [1] :20

The Boeing 777 has a good reputation for safety. [7] This was its first fatal accident, second crash (after British Airways Flight 38 ), and third hull loss since the 777 began operating commercially in 1995. [8]

On July 6, 2013, Flight OZ214 took off from Incheon International Airport (ICN) at 5:04 p.m. KST (08:04 UTC ), 34 minutes after its scheduled departure time. It was scheduled to land at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) at 11:04 a.m. PDT (18:04 UTC). [9]

The tragic loss and impressive career of U.S. Air Force pilot Lt. Col. Eric Schultz in a reported crash on Tuesday night has been overshadowed in Internet forums by   speculation about what type of aircraft he was flying when the accident occurred . The type of aircraft remains classified according to Air Force sources.

Amid increasing speculation that the aircraft involved in the crash may have been an F-35, USAF Gen. David L. Goldfein, Chief of Staff of the Air Force, was quoted on Saturday morning, September 9, as telling, “I can definitely say it was not an F-35.”

The comment by Gen. Goldfein to confirming that Col. Schultz was not flying an F-35 raises the question; what was Lt. Col. Eric Schultz flying when he was fatally injured in the crash this Tuesday?

In its final report on the disaster, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) listed a series of failings including poor risk assessments.

Mr Hill, 52, from Hertfordshire, has been the subject of a manslaughter investigation by Sussex Police and was interviewed under caution.

On publication of the report into the disaster, AAIB principal inspector Julian Firth said: "The aircraft crashed because at the top of its aerobatic manoeuvre it was too low to complete it."

An Italian Eurofighter Typhoon jet crashed during an airshow in the central Italian region of Lazio on Sunday, killing its pilot, local media reports.

ROME (Sputnik) - The tragedy took place near the town of Terracina and resulted in the suspension of the airshow, the Italian Il Corriere della Sera newspaper reported. According to eyewitnesses, the jet slammed into the water while performing a vertical loop.

The body of 36-year-old pilot Captain Gabriele Orlandi was found and retrieved about one and a half hours after the deadly crash.