Date 7 November (image above)
Aircraft Boeing 747-412F
Location Halifax-Stanfield International Airport, Canada
Description The cargo aircraft suffered a runway excursion after landing. After touching down the aircraft was unable to stop and finally stopped 210 metres (695 feet) past the end of the runway. It remained within the airport perimeter and sustained substantial damage. There was a post-impact fire in the tail section, caused by the number 2 engine separating from the wing. All occupants suffered minor injuries.
Date 8 November
Aircraft Antonov An-2R
Location 50 km (31.3 mls) NE of Arkhangelsk-Talaghy Airport, Russia
Description While en route at an altitude of 150 m, on distance of 50 km from the airport of Arkhangelsk, the plane got into icing conditions. The pilots decided to return to the departure aerodrome. The aircraft then lost engine power and a forced landing was made in a forest.
Date 9 November
Aircraft Boeing 757-23N
Location Georgetown-Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Guyana
Description After take-off, the aircraft reported an issue with the hydraulic system. The climb was stopped before reaching FL200 and the aircraft turned back to Georgetown Airport but suffered a runway excursion on landing. It went off the runway and came to rest across the airport perimeter fence. The aircraft sustained substantial damage. The right-hand main landing gear had broken off, and the no.2 (right-hand) engine pivoted forward and upwards. Six people were injured, and one passenger died from her injuries one week later.
Video footage of the site where a Fly Jamaica aircraft made an emergency landing earlier this morning. Fly Jamaica flight OJ256, which departed the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) for Toronto, Canada, at 02:10hrs on Friday morning, declared an emergency landing 43 minutes into the flight.On board were 120 passengers and eight crew members (six Guyanese, two Jamaicans). There were 35 Guyanese, one Trinidadian, 82 Canadians, one Pakistani and 11 American citizens on board. There were no broken bones or other serious injuries reported, however, six passengers suffered minors injuries due to the impact to the back of the aircraft. They were rushed to Diamond Diagnostic Hospital where they are currently resting comfortably. All of the baggage is secured and the aircraft’s hold was not breached.
Posted by Cheddi Jagan International Airport on Friday, 9 November 2018
Date 22 November (image and video above)
Aircraft Boeing 737-53C
Location La Paz-El Alto Airport (LPB), Bolivia
Description The aircraft suffered a landing accident when the main landing gear collapsed. It came to rest on the runway with the nose landing gear and both engines contacting the ground.
Date 26 November
Aircraft Cessna 525 Citation M2
Location near Jequitaí-Fazenda Fortaleza de Santa Terezinha Airport, MG, Brazil
Description The aircraft crashed during an attempted landing at a farm. On board were two passengers and two crew members. All four were killed. The farm has a single 1200 m long asphalt runway (02/20).
Date 30 November (image above)
Aircraft Cessna 525A CitationJet CJ2+
Location 4 km (2.5 mls) WSW of Memphis, IN, USA
Description The aircraft was destroyed when it impacted a wooded area. All three occupants were killed. According to preliminary information from radar data and air traffic controllers, the aircraft took off from Jeffersonville-Clark Regional Airport, Indiana, and was climbing through 6000 ft mean sea level when it began a left turn, descended, and disappeared from radar. The pilot had previously been given a frequency change, which was acknowledged, however the pilot never reported to the next controller and no distress message was heard on either frequency.
Date 30 November
Aircraft Cessna 550 Citation II
Location Fargo-Hector International Airport, ND (FAR), USA
Description The aircraft experienced a loss of directional control and subsequent runway excursion upon landing. The plane went off the right-hand side of the runway and sustained substantial damage. There were no reported injuries to the occupant(s) onboard.