Whilst flying en-route over Mediterranean Sea the flight disappeared from radar and plunged into the ocean. The wreckage was reportedly found in the seabed on 2016-06-15.
When the A320 approached Jaipur when it descended below the approach path until an altitude alert prevent the flight from hitting a multi storey house. All on board remained safe.
Very soon after getting airborne from Camp Dwyer Airport, the cargo flight crashed killing seven out of nine on board.
Both aircraft were seriously damaged in a runway collision at Jakarta-Halim Airport. The 737 struck the empty ATR-42 which was under tow crossing the active runway.
The aircraft lost height and crashed on approach to Kiunga Airport, Papua New Guinea killing all eleven people on board.
After abandoning its 2nd landing approach, the 737 went out of control and crashed on the runway at Rostov-on-Don, Russia leaving no survivors amonth the 62 occupants on board.
The propeller aircraft crashed immediately after taking off at Naypyidaw International Airport leaving all five people on board dead.
Soon after take-off the A321 was damaged by an explosion resulting in a large hole in the fuselage. One passenger was sucked out and killed. Another three were injured.