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Grand Abaco Space Launches



Grandos Missions

Mission Number

Date

Result

User

Notes

Grandos-1

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First Grand Abacoan Vessel to reach past the Karman line.

Grandos-2

Success

Commercial

Grandos-3

Success

Commercial

Grandos-4

Failure

Commercial

Grandos-5

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First GA satellite launched for military communications

Grandos-6

Success

Commercial

Grandos-7

Success

Commercial

Grandos-8

Success

Commercial

Grandos-9

Success

Commercial

Grandos-10

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First of the Eusian Locating System

Grandos-11

Success

Commercial

Grandos-12

Success

Commercial

Grandos-14

Success

Commercial

Grandos-15

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-16

Success

Commercial

Grandos-17

Success

Commercial

Grandos-18

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-19

Success

Commercial

Grandos-22

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-23

Success

Commercial

Grandos-24

Success

Commercial

Grandos-25

Success

Commercial

Grandos-26

Failure

Commercial

Grandos-27

Success

Commercial

Grandos-28

Success

Commercial

Grandos-31

Success

Co.mmercial

Grandos-32

Lost

Commercial

Lost communication in a low Earth orbit, seconds away from deploying load

Grandos-33

Success

Commercial

Grandos-35

Success

Commercial

Grandos-36

Success

Commercial

Grandos-37

Success

Commercial

Grandos-39

Success

Commercial

Grandos-40

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First Abacoan satellite to orbit the moon

Grandos-41

Success

Commercial

Grandos-42

Success

Commercial

Grandos-43

Success

Commercial

Grandos-44

Success

Commercial

Grandos-45

Success

Commercial

Grandos-48

Success

Commercial

Grandos-49

Success

Commercial

Grandos-50

Success

Commercial

Grandos-51

Success

Commercial

Grandos-54

Success

Commercial

Grandos-55

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-57

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-60

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-63

Success

Commercial

Grandos-66

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-67

Success

Commercial

Grandos-68

Success

Commercial

Grandos-71

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First Grand Abacoan Lunar probe

Grandos-72

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-73

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-74

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-75

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-76

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-78

Success

Commercial

Grandos-79

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-80

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First GA Lunar Probe to land on the dark side of the moon

Grandos-81

Success

Commercial

Grandos-82

1/26/20

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

The Serberus Rover landed onto the Sea of Tranquility and is currently undergoing 6 month mission to conduct tests

Grandos-83

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-84

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-85

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Grandos-86

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency


Project Orion


Mission Number

Date

Result

User

Notes

Orion-1

8/08/19

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First test of a manned mission

Orion-2

11/15/19

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Second test

Orion-3

1/04/20

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

First manned mission made by Grand Abaco, making 48 orbits.

Orion-4

1/08/20

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Made 116 orbits

Orion-5

1/26/20

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Made 96 orbits

Orion-6

3/07/20

Success

Grand Abaco Space Agency

Made 214 orbits, plus farming studies



Project Gemini


Mission Number

Date

Result

User

Notes

Gemini-1

2/05/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Grand Abaco and the Caribbean Sea

Gemini-2

2/05/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Monitoring over Southern Ardens and the Eastern Eusian Ocean

Gemini-3

2/05/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Monitoring over Northern Ardens, Bennion, and South Nukunromen

Gemini-4

2/08/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Monitoring over the Nukunromens

Gemini-5

2/17/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Monitoring over the Southern Marnostra Sea

Gemini-6

2/17/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Monitoring over the Central Eusian Islands

Gemini-7

3/07/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Monitoring over the Western Marnostra Sea

Gemini-8

3/07/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Monitoring over the Northern Aniabotkey Sea and SouthEast Lenneeshe

Gemini-9

4/12/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-10

4/12/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-11

4/12/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-12

4/22/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-13

4/22/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-14

4/22/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-15

4/22/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-16

4/22/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-17

4/22/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location

Gemini-18

4/22/20

Success

Grand Abaco Seismic Center

Moving to Location


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This list of accidents and incidents involving commercial aircraft includes notable events that have occurred in Grand Abaco and the rest of the former territories of Halienese Caribbea. Entries in this list involve passenger or cargo aircraft that are operating commercially and meet this list's size criteria—passenger aircraft with a seating capacity of at least 10 passengers, or commercial cargo aircraft of at least: 20,000 lb (9,100 kg). The list is grouped by the year in which the accident or incident occurred.



1920s

1920

• March 24 - An Imperial Airways de Havilland DH.34 crashes near Osley, Mesa, Caribbea, due to a stall during an attempted emergency landing in response to an unknown mechanical defect, killing all eight on board.

1928

• June 19 - An Imperial Airways Vickers Vulcan crashes near Toliara, Ardens, with a pilot and eleven passengers, killing 3 passengers on board.

• November 7 - An Imperial Airways de Havilland DH.34 crashes near Medan, Caribbea, due to an engine failure, killing all 10 on board.



1930s

1934

• May 10 - Imperial Airways Flight 014, a de Havilland DH.34 crashes in the Caribbean Sea due to an unknown reason, killing all 12 on board

1938

• January 5 - Imperial Airways Flight 006, a DC-2 crashes while landing at Dia, Valdaz, Ardens due to pilot error, killing 10 of 18 people on board.



1940s

1941

• September 28 - Imperial Airways Flight 1482, a DC-3 crashes due to overrunning Freeport International's runway in dense fog. 7 of the 21 on board perish.

1942

• February 2 - Imperial Airways Flight 676, a Douglas DC-3 suffers an engine failure and ditches 66 miles northeast of Cooper, North Abaco. All 22 on board die.

1943

• May 30 - Imperial Airways Flight 190, a Douglas DC-3 crashes into Mt. Kotro while flying into a storm, of the 25 on board, only a pilot survives.

1945

• July 12 - Imperial Airways Flight 172, a Douglas DC-3 crashes near Wilson, East, Ardens, en route to Amman, Levant. All 24 on board die.

1946

• April 14 - Imperial Airways Flight 772, a Douglas DC-3 crashes at Churchill Airport, after the landing gear failed to come out. All 32 on board survive, but 14 passengers are injured, 2 seriously.

• June 3 - Imperial Airways Cargo Flight 191, a Douglas Skytrain crashes just after takeoff from Bandar, all 3 on board perish.

• December 31 - Imperial Airways Flight 210, a Douglas DC-4 overran a runway in Toliara, Ardens, killing 12 of the 40 people on board.

1947

• January 26 - Vallance Bridge Disaster, Imperial Airways Flight 191, a Douglas DC-4 crashes into the Vallance Bridge in Dia, Valdaz, causing the bridge to suffer a complete structural failure, killing all 57 on board the DC-4 and 78 on the bridge making it the deadliest aviation incident in Halinese Caribbean's history up to that point.

• August 9 - Imperial Airways Flight 227, a Douglas DC-3 crash lands into a field 10 miles away from Riverside, Mesa, with no deaths, but 7 injuries.

• October 12 - a Vickers Vulcan crashes at an air show in Daminion (Oslandia), Fezan, Ardens, killing the pilot and injuring 13 spectators on the ground.

1948

• February 29 - Imperial Airways Flight 204, a Vickers VC.1 Viking crashes into a group of trees just after takeoff, at Mobila, Ardens, killing all 27 on board.

• April 14 - Imperial Airways Flight 1052, a DC-3 crashes into a hillside near Abaco City, killing 1 of the 11 on board.

• September 7 - Imperial Airways Flight 3797, a DC-6 from Freeport, to Bandar, Caribbea disappears without a trace in the Caribbean Sea, presumably killing all 84 on board.

• November 19 - Imperial Airways Cargo Flight 020, a Douglas Dakota crashes due to an engine failure, none of the 6 people on board died, but all were seriously injured.

1949

• May 27 - Imperial Airways Flight 1375, a DC-3 suffers an engine fire and makes an emergency landing at Santa Palma Airport. While no one was killed, 10 of the 32 passengers were injured.

• August 1 - Imperial Airways Flight 9126, a Vickers VC.1 Viking crashes into a Avro Lincoln while taxiing at West End Airport, injuring 1 passenger and killing none. The aircraft was quickly repaired and sent back into service.

• September 17 - Imperial Airways Flight 1001, a DC-3 catches fire after landing at Toliara Airport, killing 7 of the 23 on board.

• November 6 - Imperial Airways Flight 404, a DC-6 crashes stalls while on final approach, crashing 1.2 miles from Medan Airport, killing 54 of the 66 on board.

• December 8 - Imperial Airways Flight 3029, a DC-4 crashes en route from West End to Dia, Valdaz, 100 miles from Grand Cay, killing 46 of the 83 on board.



1950s

1950

• February 13 - Imperial Airways Flight 4462, a DC-5 crashes into a mountain in Aceh, Caribbea, killing all 13 on board.

• May 23 - Toliara Mid-Air Collision, Imperial Airways Flight 8043, a Vickers VC.1 Viking crashes into Imperial Airways Flight 2370, a DC-3, killing all 32 on Flight 8043 and all 28 on Flight 2370, and an additional 14 were killed on the ground.

• November 23 - Imperial Airways Flight 564, a DC-6 crashes into an apartment building while just after take off from Scana Airport, Diana, killing all 13 on board.

1951

• January 16 - Imperial Airways Flight 132, a DC-6 suffers from a flameout above Dia Valdaz, and safely lands with no injuries.

• April 2 - Imperial Airways Flight 1902, a DC-4 crashes after takeoff from Scana Airport, killing all 14 on board.

1953

• April 25 - Imperial Airways Flight 6206, a DC-6 crashes into Mt. Kotro, Ardens in heavy fog conditions, killing all 24 on board.

• November 17 - Imperial Airways Cargo Flight 3799, a DC-6A flew into a storm 120 miles off the coast of Medan, Caribbea, breaking up mid flight, killing all 4 on board.

1954

• January 21 - Imperial Airways Flight 2103, a Vickers VC.1 Viking crashes after a stall 13 miles away from Dia, Valdaz, killing all 18 on board.

• March 31 - Imperial Airways Flight 201, a de Havilland Comet 1 suffers a rapid decompression, forcing the pilot to make a quick decent, landing at Wilson airport. Of the 48 on board, 37 were injured, and 11 died.

• August 26 - Imperial Airways Flight 1736, a DC-6 crashes on landing at Scana airport, killing 24 of the 51 on board.

1956

• July 16 - Imperial Airways Flight 9996, a DC-7 training flight crashes into a group of trees just after takeoff from Scana Airport bound for Freeport airport, killing all 11 on board.

• October 8 - Imperial Airways Flight 1164, a passenger on the Vickers Viscount suffers a fatal heart attack, forcing the air crew to make an emergency landing at Davenport airport.

1957

• January 14 - Imperial Airways Flight 98, a de Havilland Comet 2 breaks up mid air, over Dia, Valdaz, killing all 85 on board.

• April 1 - Imperial Airways Flight 24, a de Havilland Comet 4 breaks up mid air, over Churchill, killing all 74 on board and 12 on the ground, due to known structural issues with the aircraft frame. This was the last de Havilland Comet incident before it was grounded and redesigned.

• June 27 - Imperial Airways Flight 937, a Vickers Viscount crashes short of Toliara Int. Airport, killing all 14 on board and 7 on the ground.

• December 12 - Imperial Airways Flight 6605, a DC-7 crashes on the runway, killing none, but injuring 84 of the 109 on board.

1958

• February 1 - Imperial Airways Flight 1197, a DC-7 collides with a de Havilland Venom DH.112 over the Grand Cays, killing the pilot of the Venom and killed 24 on board the DC-7, which made an emergency landing at Eastport International Airport.

• April 30 - Imperial Airways Flight 548, a DC-7 crashes into Mt. Diazo, while the pilot was attempting to let the passengers get a view of Mt. Kotro in the distance. All 109 on board perished.

• June 3 - Imperial Airways Cargo Flight 7620 - a DC-6 stalls and crashes just after takeoff from Toliara International Airport, due to it being overweight, killing all 5 on board.

1959

• August 10 - Imperial Airways Flight 192, a DC-7 crash lands into a field after takeoff from Toba City Sibisa Airport, killing 17 and injuring the other 98 on board.



1960s

1960

• July 28 - Imperial Airways Flight 102, a DC-8 was damaged beyond repair after aborting a takeoff at Toliara International, killing 37 of the 122 on board.

1961

• May 2 - Imperial Airways Flight 9338, a DC-6 crashes when its wing breaks off and pummels to the ground killing all 58 on board.

• November 23 - Imperial Airways Flight 9692, a DC-8 training flight crashes into a parked DC-7, while taxiing at Freeport International Airport, injuring 3 and killing none. Both aircraft were repaired and sent back into service.

1962

• April 4 - Imperial Airways Flight 80, a DC-8 crashes into a mountain north of Bandar, killing all 177 on board, making this the deadliest aviation incident in Halinese Caribbean history up to that point.

• December 15 - A DC-3 crashes into a de Havilland DH.110 Sea Vixen during an airshow at Dia, Valdaz, killing both pilots, and injuring 8 on the ground.

1965

• April 25 - Imperial Airways Flight 97, a DC-8 crashes after losing control near Wilson, East, killing all 162 on board.

• June 12 - Horizon Airlines Flight 17, a BAC One - Eleven crashes during takeoff from Scana Airport, killing all 91 on board.

• July 4 - Horizon Airlines Flight 1, a Boeing 727 crashes on approach to Davenport Airport, killing 53 of the 87 on board.

• October 12 - East Eusian Airways Flight 224, a DC-7A crashes after the classified cargo on board exploded over Fara, Guya, Ardens, killing all 7 on board.

1966

• January 9 - East Eusian Airways Flight 112, a DC-7A crashes after another incident nearly identical to the incident on 10-12-65, over Scana, Diana, killing all 5 on board.

• April 22 - Imperial Airways Flight 402, a Vickers V-1000 disintegrates above the Caribbean Sea, killing all 105 on board.

• November 13 - Republic Airlines Flight 201, a DC-9 collides with a Vought A-7 Corsair II, killing the pilot of the A-7 and killing all 27 on the DC-9, marking the first loss of a DC-9 and a new system of ATC.

1967

• March 12 - Imperial Airways Flight 555, a de Havilland HS-121 Trident crashed 13 miles away from Scana, killing all 180 on board.

• June 20 - Republic Airlines Flight 721, a DC-8 crashes into an apartment building in Toliara killing all 84 on the aircraft and 37 in the apartment.

• August 27 - Republic Airlines Flight 881, a 727 crashes while landing at Mobila Airport, Ardens, killing all 66 people on the aircraft.

1968

• April 17 - East Eusian Airways Flight 191, a de Havilland HS-121 Trident crashes due to pilot error in the Caribbean Sea, killing all 189 on board.

• July 6 - Republic Airlines Flight 712, a 727 disintegrates mid air during a thunderstorm, killing all 137 on board.

1969

• October 28 - Horizon Airlines Flight 124, a BAC Two Eleven crashes on short final to Freeport Int. Airport, killing all 208 people on board, making this the deadliest aviation incident in Halinese Caribbean up to that point.



1970s

1972

• October 5 - East Eusian Airways Flight 688, a BAC One Eleven crashes due to pilot error near Scana, killing all 89 on board.

• December 21 - Horizon Airlines Flight 410, a 737 crashed into a house due to pilot error, killing 108 on the plane and 15 on the ground.

1973

• June 7 - East Eusian Airways Flight 772, a DC-7 crashed into Mt. Kotro, killing all 92 on board.

1974

• May 20 - Freeport Airport Disaster, Horizon Airlines Flight 1799, a DC-8 with 259 people on board on board crashed into Republic Airways Flight 191, a 747 with 386 people on board, while on the runway of Freeport Int. Airport, killing all on both aircraft. With ATC unaware of the incident due to the dense fog, East Eusian Airways Flight 88, a DC-7 landed on the same runway with 43 people on board, where the two aircraft collided, eviscerating the DC-7, and killing all 688 on all three aircraft. This was the worst air disaster by death toll in Halienese Caribbean's history, and in the history of the countries to come, causing an overhaul in ATC procedures once again.

1977

• October 31 - Horizon Airlines Flight 324, a DC-10 crashes while landing at Toliara Int. Airport, killing 33 of the 273 on board.

1978

• February 26 - Horizon Airlines Flight 239, a BAC Three Eleven is shot down by a SAM missile shot by Osland extremists, 35 miles from Dia, Ardens, killing all 245 on board, during the Osland Independence War.

• February 27 - East Eusian Airways Flight 997, a Vickers V-1000 has a bomb detonated in its hull, 16 miles from Wilson, Ardens, destroying the aircraft and killing all 100 on board, being the first flight bombing in Halinese Caribbean history.

• February 28 - East Eusian Airways Flight 203, a HS-121 Trident is shot down by Osland extremists, killing all 180 on board, end all commercial aviation over Ardens until wars end in 1982.

1979

• May 19 - Republic Airlines Flight 82, a BAC Three Eleven has a bomb detonate in its cargo hold, killing all 173 on board. Once again, Osland extremists were accredited for the downing.

• July 27 - East Eusian Airways Flight 111, a Vickers V-1000 has an attempted hijacking by Osland extremists, but passengers take down the three hijackers and the aircraft lands at Medan Polonia Airport, with 24 injured and the 4 hijackers were arrested on the ground. This was the first hijacking attempt in Halinese Caribbean history.



1980s

1980

• June 3 - Horizon Airlines Flight 667, a DC-10 suffers a rapid decompression event due to a bomb, ripping the fuselage apart, injuring 114 and sucking out 49, with none of the bodies being recovered. Osland extremists once again were put to blame, although some think it was a group from Grand Abaco, whom had just gained independence.

1981

• January 4 - East Eusian Airways Flight 9902, an MD-11 suffers duel engine failures due to a flock of geese, requiring the plane to land back at Freeport Int. Airport with only 18 suffering injuries.

• April 18 - Imperial Airways Flight 201, a 737 crashes short of Toba City Sibina Airport, killing all 67 on board.

• December 29 - Republic Airlines Cargo Flight 0120, a HS-121F Trident is hijacked by Osland extremists, with the hijackers killing all others on board, and flying the aircraft, full of weapons and goods, to Oslandia. The aircraft was subsequently destroyed by air attacks from Saint Hal.

1983

• January 30 - Abaco Airlines Flight 1, an MD-81 suffers from a landing gear failure, and lands at Churchill Incon. Airport, killing 3 and injuring 44.

• March 7 - East Eusian Airways Flight 223, a de Havilland Bolide suffers an engine failure and an in flight fire, landing at Bandar. Of the 159 on board, 75 died and 84 were treated for smoke inhalation and burns.

1985

• November 16 - Horizon Airlines Flight 837, a de Havilland Bolide crashes into Mt. Kotro due to the negligence of the pilot, killing all 157 on board.

1986

• July 8 - Imperial Airways Flight 4462, a MD-81 overruns an the airstrip at Nassau, Aceh, killing 19 of the 157 board.

1988

• October 7 - East Eusian Airways Flight 504, a de Havilland Bolide crashes into the airport terminal at Scana Airport, killing 48 out of the 132 on board.

1989

• March 7 - Horizon Airways Flight 9937, a de Havilland Bolide crashes after overrunning Dia's Opel Airport, into a nearby river, killing none, but injuring 83.

• September 13 - East Eusian Airways Flight 883, an MD-83 crashes over the Caribbean Sea after the pilots became disorientated and the aircraft disintegrated in mid air, falling at 54,000 ft per minute, killing all 138 passengers and crew on board.



1990s

1990

• February 20 - Abaco Airlines Flight 8831, an MD-81 crashes into Little Island, 14 miles from Marie's Marina, while flying from Freeport to Medan, killing all 120 on board.

1994

• May 29 - East Eusian Airways Flight 331, a de Havilland Bolide crashes into a chain of mountains near Sedan due to pilot error, killing all 58 on board. This was the last de Havilland Bolide before it was removed from service.

1995

• December 25 - Enviro Presidential Flight EN-V01, a Boeing 767 crashes into the ground after suffering an onboard fire, killing all 38 on board, and the then Enviro President and his family.

• December 31 - Copa Airlines Flight 727, a Boeing 737 crashes after takeoff from Scana Airport, killing all 41 on board.

1997

• October 2 - East Eusian Airlines Flight 2390, an MD-90 has an outbreak of E. Coli on board, hospitalizing 14 and killing 1. This was the only death on an MD-90.

1998

• June 17 - Horizon Airlines Flight 138, a DC-10 crashes after a Dem Rund Nukunromen extremist took control of the aircraft, crashing off the coast of Santa Palma, killing all 204 on board.

• August 2 - Republic Airlines Cargo Flight 0019, a DC-10 crashes near Toliara due to inatiquate fuel being put in the aircraft, killing all 10 people on board.

1999

• January 5 - Abaco Airlines Flight 812, a MD-87 crashes after takeoff from West End Int. Airport, killing all 121 on board.

• December 29 - Horizon Airlines Flight 1395, a 737 crashes after landing at Scana Airport killing 4 passengers and 3 crew, and injuring 20 others.



2000s

2001

• February 12 - North American Airlines Flight 754, a 777-300ER broke up while 10 miles away Churchill, killing all 277 on board. The cause of the accident has still not been determined.

• April 29 - Copa Airlines Flight 9972, a MD-11 crashes deliberately into the ocean by the pilot, killing all 109 on board.

2003

• August 2 - Republic Airlines Flight 2049, a de Havilland Dash 7 crashes into Fayer, Grand Cay, killing all 50 on board and 48 on the ground.

2004

• January 27 - Abaco Airlines Flight 121, an MD-83 disintegrates mid-air after a bomb detonated in the aircraft, killing all 133 on board.

2005

• May 10 - Trans Cay Air Flight 4488, a Boeing 737 crashes when the aircraft does not pressurize right, leading to all on board passing out and the plane running out of gas 3 hours later, resulting in 57 deaths.

• October 23 - East Eusian Airlines Flight 5204, a de Havilland Dash 8 has its landing gear fail on takeoff, injuring 19 but no deaths. This was East Eusian's last flight before being turned into Caribbair.

2008

• February 18 - Trans Cay Air Flight 8274, a Boeing 737 crashes into a remote mountainside in Caribbea after pilot misconduct, killing all 74 on board.

• August 9 - Caribbair Flight 1394, a de Havilland Dash 8 crashes while landing at Scana Airport, killing 3 and injuring 47.

2009

• March 21 - Copa Airlines Flight 924, an Embraer E-175 suffers an engine failure and is forced to land at New Munich Airport. No one was hurt.

• April 10 - Dart Express 1, a private DC-10 crashes into the ocean after the number 1 engine is ripped from the aircraft, killing all 15 on board.

• May 4 - Horizon Airlines Flight 8193, a 737 crashes into the Eusian Ocean due to issues with maintenance, killing all 71 on board.



2010s

2010

• July 31 - Caribbair Flight 1972, a de Havilland Dash 8-300 crashes at landing after the landing gear collapses during the landing at Toliara Int. Airport. Of the 59 on board, all suffer injuries, 21 seriously, and 9 later die due to their injuries.

2011

• September 9 - Caribbair Flight 923, a de Havilland DH-6 Twin Otter crashes after take off from Walkers Cay Airport, Grand Cay, due to pilot disorientation, killing all 7 on board.

• October 17 - Copa Airlines 3365, an Embraer E-190 has an outbreak of E. Coli inside the mid-flight food, killing 3 and hospitalizing a futher 79, after landing in Bandar Boemi Airport.

2015

• March 29 - Republic Airways Cargo Flight 0004, a 747-8i crashes while en route to Oslandia, Ardens, due to lithium ion batteries exploding in the cargo hold, resulting in the aircraft to break up mid air, killing all 5 on board.

• August 3 - Caribbair Flight 172, a de Havilland Dash 8-400 fails to procure landing gear and crash lands onto Scana airport, killing 4 and injuring 17.

2017

• March 7 - Caribbair Flight 2903, a de Havilland Dash 8-400 crashes due to pilot error near Ambody, killing 7 of the 82 people on board.

• December 22 - Abaco Airlines Flight 1938, an Embraer E-175 suffers from an engine failure over Antastava, but safely makes it to the destination of Davenport, Melaky, Ardens, with no injuries and no deaths.

2019

• July 7 - Horizon Airlines Flight 1167, a Boeing 737-600 suffers an uncontained engine failure and lands at Medan Polonia Airport with no deaths or injuries. (Some say it happened in Yangtian rather than Enviro Caribbea, but historians have contested this fact)

• July 11 - Cay Heli-Flight 2-094, a Bell 412 crashes off the coast of Big Grand Island, Grand Cay, killing all 5 on board, 2 while en route to a Cooper hospital.



2020s

2020

• May 3 - Horizon Airlines Flight 233, a Boeing 737-900ER breaks up while landing at West End International Airport, killing 1 passenger, and injuring 17 on board.

• May 12 - Abaco Airlines Flight 881, an Embraer E-195-2 disappears over the Caribbean Sea, with only the empennage being found over 100 days later. All 142 on board perished. This was the first hull loss of an E Series jet.

2021

• August 26 - El-Al Air Levant Flight 620, a Boeing 737-800 starved itself of fuel over Ardens, and preformed an emergency landing after attempting a go-around at Oslandia's Ivato International Airport (OSL). Of the 138 passengers and 7 crew on board, only 25 suffered injuries.

2022



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