On 11 December 1994, a bomb explodes on Philippine Airlines Flight 434 on the second leg of a service from Manila to Tokyo via Cebu City, killing a passenger, injuring many people and damaging some of the aircraft's control systems. On 3 March 1991, a Boeing 737 operating as United Airlines Flight 585 suddenly rolls into a dive and crashes within eight seconds, killing all 25 people on board.
This special looked at how poorly prepared pilots cause aircraft to crash during landing. On 7 September 2011, Yak-Service Flight 9633, carrying the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl professional ice hockey team, crashes shortly after takeoff at Yaroslavl, Russia, killing all but one of the 45 occupants. The investigation determined that the pilots forgot to extend the aircraft's flaps and slats for takeoff. The aircraft subsequently lands safely at Kahului, Hawaii. Investigators found that passenger David Burke, a former USAir employee, took a gun on board the aircraft and shot the pilots in a murder-suicide plot to kill his former supervisor (who was also a passenger on board) after being fired from his job days earlier. This means BT4G is the entirely legal system.
This special looked at how spatially disoriented pilots cause crashes.
The investigation concluded that the pilots were unaware of the presence of high ground in the area and ignored warnings from the terrain warning system. Clear ice from the tops of the wings had been sucked into both engines, causing internal damage.
On 1 February 1991, USAir Flight 1493 collides with SkyWest Airlines Flight 5569 on the runway at LAX, killing 35 people. On 2 October 1996, shortly after take off, the crew of Aeroperú Flight 603 are confused by false speed and altitude readings and contradictory warnings from the aircraft's air data system. They were instead watching an association football match. The crew successfully abandons the takeoff and stops the aircraft on the runway, but the fire spreads to the cabin. This special looked at how missteps during takeoff causes accidents. Their mistakes cause the aircraft to fly into a mountain near Buga. On 4 October 1992, the two engines on El Al Flight 1862's right wing detach from the aircraft after it departs from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, damaging the right wing's hydraulic systems and a large portion of its leading edge. BT4G (bt4g.com) is not a tracker and doesn't store any content and only collects torrent metadata (such as file names and file sizes) and a magnet link (torrent identifier). This special looked at disasters caused by improperly secured or miscalculated cargo. Only four passengers and a dog survive.
 Episodes are ordered by their production number, and special episodes and spin-offs are italicised. This special looked at accidents caused by maintenance errors. After both engines fail, the aircraft makes an emergency landing on a highway in New Hope, Paulding County, Georgia.
After a routine landing, a Taiwanese commuter plane is rocked by a massive explosion.
Clerks in Mojave had greatly underestimated the train's weight, and it had been assembled without enough locomotives to provide adequate braking. On 13 January 1982, Air Florida Flight 90 stalls at 300 feet altitude, strikes a road bridge and crashes into the Potomac River, killing 78 people. The incident was caused by faulty instrument readings, confusion among the pilots, and insufficient training. On 21 August 1995, a blade on the left-side propeller of Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 529 breaks off. This special looked at disasters involving high-profile passengers. Air Crash Investigation Crash Science Airplanes.
All of the 16 passengers and crew members are killed. All 29 passengers and crew members on board are killed. On 19 February 1985, China Airlines Flight 006's number four (right-side outer) engine flames out. On 6 August 2005, Tuninter Flight 1153 runs out of fuel and ditches into the Mediterranean Sea, killing 16 people.
This special looked at accidents and incidents where problems with the interface between crew members and on-board avionics were a factor and the causes of those problems.
Investigators determined that the pilots misinterpreted the stall as an engine failure and took no recovery action until it was too late. On 18 August 1993, American International Airways Flight 808 stalls, rolls to the right and crashes into the ground 1 quarter of a mile short of the runway while manoeuvring onto final approach to Leeward Point Airfield in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. On 19 January 1988, Trans-Colorado Airlines Flight 2286, operating for Continental Express, crashes near Bayfield, Colorado, during final approach to Durango.
On 16 August 2015, Trigana Air Flight 267 crashes into a mountainside while nearing its destination of Oksibil Airport in Papua, Indonesia, killing all 54 people on board. On 31 October 1996, TAM Transportes Aéreos Regionais Flight 402 crashes into a heavily populated residential area seconds after takeoff from São Paulo–Congonhas Airport, killing all 95 people on board and 4 on the ground. However, all 165 people on board survive. On 25 July 2000, a Concorde operating as Air France Flight 4590 stalls and crashes into a hotel in Gonesse shortly after takeoff from Charles de Gaulle Airport, killing all of the 109 people on board and 4 on the ground.
The aircraft crashes into the Florida Everglades, killing all 110 people on board. Out of the 176 people on board, 101 are killed. The subsequent investigation concluded that a surface-to-air missile caused the in-flight break-up. Note: This episode is labeled as a Crash Scene Investigation spin-off.
The causes of the crash were an improper loading of cargo and the pilots selecting an incorrect stabilizer trim setting. The causes of the crash were a malfunction of the number two engine and the pilots shutting down the wrong engine. All 115 passengers and crew members on board survive. All 137 people on the two aircraft and 7 people on the ground are killed. The pilots divert the aircraft to a successful emergency landing at Anchorage, Alaska, by using engine thrust for control. On 27 March 1977, the deadliest-ever aviation accident occurs at Los Rodeos Airport (now known as Tenerife-North Airport) in the Canary Islands. This includes five Science of Disaster specials, each examining multiple crashes with similar causes. On 7 August 1997, Fine Air Flight 101 stalls and crashes just seconds after taking off from Miami International Airport, killing all 4 people on board and 1 person on the ground. On 31 August 1986, Aeroméxico Flight 498 collides with a light aircraft over Cerritos, California, causing both to go out of control and crash, killing 82 people. On 24 June 1982, British Airways Flight 9 experiences St. Elmo's fire en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Perth, Australia. Of the 307 people on board, 2 passengers die at the crash scene; another dies shortly after in hospital. On 29 April 2013, National Airlines Flight 102 stalls and crashes into the ground just seconds after taking off from Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan, killing all seven crew members on board.
Note: This is the 100th aircraft case investigated on Mayday. On 7 April 1994, Auburn Calloway, a disgruntled employee, attempts to hijack Federal Express Flight 705 armed with hammers and a speargun. On 26 September 1997, Garuda Indonesia Flight 152 crashes into mountainous woodlands while trying to land at Polonia International Airport in Medan, North Sumatra, in low visibility. Pastebin is a website where you can store text online for a set period of time. On 12 December 1985, Arrow Air Flight 1285, carrying troops of the US Army's 101st Airborne Division, stalls and crashes just seconds after taking off from Gander International Airport in Canada, killing all 256 people on board. On 4 February 2015, TransAsia Airways Flight 235 strikes a viaduct and crashes into the Keelung River shortly after takeoff from Taipei Songshan Airport, killing 43 of the 58 people on board.
On 10 February 2011, Manx2 Flight 7100 crashes at Cork Airport in Ireland after the pilots lose control of the aircraft in an attempted go-around in heavy fog and low visibility.
The crash inspires the creation of the traffic collision avoidance system. All the 64 people on board the aircraft, including the 5 hijackers, are killed, along with 125 people in the building. Four of the sixteen people on board are killed. The investigation found that parts had been removed from the rear cargo doors and improperly replaced.
On 11 September 1991, Continental Express Flight 2574 tips into a dive and falls out of the sky as the left wing tears apart.
A member of the cabin crew clings to his legs as the co-pilot completes an emergency landing without any deaths. On 5 May 2007, Kenya Airways Flight 507 crashes during a thunderstorm shortly after takeoff from Douala International Airport in Cameroon, killing all 114 people on board.
The crew inadvertently disengaged the autopilot while trying to fix a problem with the aircraft's inertial reference system, causing it to roll into an uncontrolled dive and break up during flight. This special looked at terrorist acts, including bombings and shootdowns. Note: Episodes are ordered by their production number, not by their original air date. On 3 September 2010, the pilots of UPS Airlines Flight 6 report a fire and declare an emergency shortly after taking off from Dubai International Airport. The aircraft's vertical stabilizer had vibrated loose during flight due to excessive wear on sub-standard bolts, sleeves, and pins that had been illegally sold as "aircraft-grade.". On 1 December 1993, Northwest Airlink Flight 5719 crashes into a hillside while on final approach to Range Regional Airport in Minnesota, United States. All 21 people on board die. On 29 December 1972, Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 is on a flight to Miami International Airport. On 6 June 1992, Copa Airlines Flight 201 enters a high-speed dive, breaks up in mid-air, and crashes into the Darién Gap 29 minutes after taking off from Tocumen International Airport, killing all 47 people on board. Flying at night, the crew fail to notice their descent until only seconds before crashing into the Everglades. 59 of the 60 people on board survive.
Investigators later determined the cause of the false deployment to be a malfunction of an electronically-controlled hydraulic valve. The accident was caused by a malfunction of the left engine's propeller control unit which led to incorrect pitch angles on the left propeller's blades. The false readings and contradictory warnings were caused by duct tape over the static ports, which was used to protect the ports during maintenance, but was not removed afterwards.
This special looked at fuel problems caused by either crew mismanagement or mechanical failure.
On 25 January 1990, Avianca Flight 52 is delayed numerous times by bad weather en route and is dangerously low on fuel as it attempts a landing at New York City.