The EMS pilot took off with patient on board, but shortly after take off not notified the on-scene engine crew that they had smoke in the cockpit and were declaring an emergency.Â Landed safety and patient to hospital by land ambulance
Tail rotor struck a cable while on a reconaissance flight.Â Two occupants thrown clear of the helicopter and two trapped inside.Â Piloting the helicopter was Jacques Fouque, an experienced pilot and mountain guide, the engineering director of the Emosson dam Regis Desmus, Jean-Marc Mermillod, from IG3M a company specialising in lifts and cable work and Sebastien Brun, the helicopter mechanic and son of CMBH director Pascal Brun.
On final approach to Miami Valley Hospital’s south helipad, the aircraft struck a bird. The pilot continued with his landing. The aircraft was inspected and no damage was found. It was returned to service.
Engine problems during lifting operation over VW car factory.Â Emergency landing on factory roof.Â Damage to boom and blades, but helicopter looking remarkably intact for what has happened
The helicopter was reported by a passenger to have crashed while conducting a communications tower maintenance task. The police have advised that of the 3 POB there are two deceased and one injured.
Helicopter made contact with a wall and crashed onto rocks close to the shoreline.Â The crash killed pilot Lt. Å ahbaz Belhadin (44), Major Ivan Obradovic (36) and Vidoje Tomic (35), a sergeant first class.
A Coast Guard MH-65 on hoist training out ofÂ CGAS Humboldt Bay safely completed an emergency landing in a parking lot near Arcata Bay following an electrical malfunction caused a significant amount of smoke in the cabin.Â All four membersÂ aboard the helicopterÂ have beenÂ reported safe and without injuries.
Pilot had reported that he was calling in to a nearby airport for refuel shortly before.Â Air Ambulance crashed in open countryside killing the three crew – Randy Bever, 47, a nurse, Chris Frakes, 36, a paramedic, and James Freudenberg, 34, the pilot – and the patient Terry Tacoronte, 58
Helicopter landed hard after a hydraulic failure. There were 5 people on board, including 4 passengers from Alberta Forestry Dept. The pilot received a broken collarbone and the helicopter was substantially damaged (CADORS 2011C3219)
Night take-off in helicopter VFR equipped. Ground impact and ensuing fire left very few pieces.Â The helicopter was carrying experienced journalist Paul Lockyer, cameraman John Bean, and pilot Gary Ticehurst.
The helicopter was trying to return to Lae when it went missing between Mumeng and Wafi – marginal visual conditions, pilot was not IFR rated, helicopter was not IFR equipped. Two security guards and the expatriate pilot, Peter Wallace, were on board the helicopter. There were no survivors
Law enforcement helicopter suffered midair collision from light aircraft it was trying to prevent take off.Â Fixed wing was involved in dtug smuggling.Â Helicopter struck on tail rotor and spun into the ground.Â All POB safe.
Three occupants killed, believed to be owner Gilberto Menel, director of the Textile knitting Nanet, plus company employee Erico Melchioreto,and pilot Alvaro Junior Pisetta.Â Helicopter crashed into a forest.Â Access to site difficult
Tail damaged in force landing on river bank after “technical problems”.Â Wrongly quoted in some reports as 9N-AWI.Â Three Japanese and two Nepali passengers and the Australian pilotÂ are safe
Helicopter had been rented by a construction company.Â Crashed and burnt out in mountainous location at Dalamot nr Hardanger Fjord.Â Deceased named as Kjetil Bu (27) from Kinsarvik,
Karianne RingkjÃ¸b Dahl (29) from Bergen, Andrew SÃ¸vik Fossmark (24) from Vaksdal, Siv Holtan (18) from Bergen and pilotÂ Tore Bendigtsen Ystanes (39) from Bergen
Crashed into the sea 300-500m offshore.Â Wreckage washed up on beach.Â Fatalities named as pilot Marcelo de Almeida and passengers Mariana Noleto, Gabriel Kfuri Gouveia (aged 2), Luca Kfuri de MagalhÃ£es Lins (aged 3), Norma Batista de AssunÃ§Ã£o (aged 49, the children’s nanny), Jordana Kfuri Cavandish, and Fernanda Kfuri
Nose wheel collapse on runway landing on training flight.Â Runway blocked for period of time which necessitated diversion of one airline flight.Â Civil owned, Military Registered aircraft, operated by British International for Royal Navy “Flag Officer Sea Training” unit
Five confirmed killed, one seriously injured to hospital in accident on mountain Pleta de Juclar (2240m) nr Canillo. “cable caught in tree” in unofficial report.Â Fatalities listed in press as Heliand employees Claude Michel Boulanger and Jacques Lahouille – plus Daniel Curruhuinca, ElÃas PÃ©rez and LluÃs Blanco.Â Survivor was Jean-Jacques Vidal,
Emergency landing in public park. State Police officials said inspection crews were on the way, but that the helicopter would not be able to leave Nasella Field until the issue causing the emergency light to illuminate was fixed.
While it was flying low and slow, the aircraft sustained vibrations, followed by an engine breakdown. The pilot attempted an emergency landing. The aircraft rolled over onto its left side and was partially submerged on the edge of a lake.
Uncommanded yaw to the left in cruise, pilot initiated autorotation. A complete power loss was experienced, pilot continued the autorotation. Unable to reach the landing area selected and completed the flare short of the area. Lnded hard in shallow water, substantially damaging tail boom and tail rotor. Ocupants exited safely and waded to shore. CADAORS ref 2011O1288
Helicopter had been chartered by Statnett for work on high voltage power lines.Â Rotor blade struck pylon and became unstable, crashing to the ground.Â Passenger worked for Infratek, subcontractor to Statnett.Â Pilot was named as Karl Gustav Backlund.
Four of five occupants killed when helicopter crashed into Istanbul Strait. Pilot, and commander of the Police Aviation Unit, Kemal Ozdemir survived the accident by swimming to safety. Other passengers were Branch Director of Information Technology Ragip Ali Bilgen and his son, Marine, with a strong second pilot Murat GÃ¼Ã§lÃ¼ and Oray SarÄ±Ã§ay’Ä±n who worked for the national airline THY.
Fire fighting operations with winds gusting 20-30 knots. The pilot was flying slowly just above tree top level when the nose suddenly swung to the left. The pilot added power, but the rotation increased. The pilot reduced power and lowered the collective. The helicopter entered the trees and came to rest on its right side with the tail boom separated from the helicopter. CADAORS ref 2011C1608