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Remembering Tan-Sahsa Flight 414, the deadliest plane crash in Central American history

On Oct. 21, 1989, Tan-Sahsa Flight 414 crashed while on approach to Toncontín International Airport in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. 

Lufthansa CEO tours crash area after disclosure of pilot’s depression

Deutsche Lufthansa Chief Executive Officer Carsten Spohr returned to the scene of the carrier's worst-ever crash, a day after disclosing that the pilot blamed for the deaths revealed in 2009 that he was fighting depression.

Germanwings co-pilot treated in past for suicidal tendencies

"Several years ago, before receiving his pilot's license, the co-pilot was in psychological treatment for a longer period for observable suicidal tendencies," Dusseldorf prosecutors, who are leading the German investigation, said Monday.

Murder-suicide by plane: What drove Lubitz to do it?

Experts agree there are numerous reasons people take their own lives. But what about a suicidal pilot who takes a plane full of passengers with him?

Co-pilot deliberately crashed Germanwings plane: prosecutor

SEYNE, France -- The young co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight deliberately crashed the plane into the French Alps after locking his captain out...

Leaders see horror of French Alps crash as probe gathers pace

The leaders of France, Germany and Spain visited a makeshift rescue base near the Germanwings air crash site Wednesday, as investigators ramped up their...

Authorities recover black box in Germanwings crash that left 150 dead in French Alps

The plane, carrying 144 mainly Spanish and German passengers -- including two babies -- and six crew, was traveling from Barcelona to the western German city of Duesseldorf when it came down.

Pilot dead as Virgin spaceship crashes in US desert

LOS ANGELES, California – Virgin Galactic's pioneering spacecraft designed to take tourists into space crashed Friday in California, killing one of the two pilots and scattering debris across the desert.

Werner Franz, last of Hindenburg crew, dies at 92

In 1936 and 1937, young Werner Franz worked as a cabin boy on the Hindenburg, the largest, fastest and sleekest mode of transportation the world had seen up to that time.

In court of public opinion, Putin goes on trial

BERLIN — Investigators are still far from an official judgment of what brought down a Malaysia Airlines flight in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers and crew onboard. But in the global court of public opinion, the verdict appears to be rendered.

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