CASA Crash

Questions and concerns about the safety and reliability of EADS CASA aircraft, and about the reliability of EADS as a U.S. defense partner

23 February 2007

Crashing the EADS party

As we've grown to cover EADS's overall unreliability, some of our readers have informed us that they can't easily track the crashes of EADS aircraft. So here's a list with links to make searching easier:

1992: 31 die in Indonesian CN-235 crash
1997: All 6 perish aboard CN-235
2001: CN-235 wreck: Turkey's first fatal military crash since '68
2001: Second CN-235 crash kills 34 Turkish troops
2001: All dead in third Turkish CN-235 disaster
2001: Spain announces probe of Turkish CN-235 crashes
2001: Faulty CN-235 rudder in Turkish crash
2001: 4 die in Spanish CN-235 accident
2001: Consumer group wants CN-235 fleet scrapped
2002: New airline owner dumps CN-235s
2003: 7 French troops die in CN-235 wreck
2005: Indonesian CN-235 breaks apart, killing three
2006: EADS talks of CN-235 safety but is silent on crashes
2006: CN-235 death toll now at 92
2006: Suspicious timing on shifted blame for CN-235 crash
2006: Coast Guard raised safety issues about CN-235
2006: Sweden grounds EADS CASA fleet after deadly wreck
2006: Probe: Wing fell off Swedish EADS CASA plane
2006: Mexican Navy EADS CASA plane goes down at sea
2006: EADS CASA C-212 death toll: 463 and rising
2006: Cracks found in several C-212 wing fittings

2 Comments:

At 5:58 PM, Blogger Bogdan said...

20 more die in Poland flying Spanish technology crap. It was CASA C-295M military transport plane. Please update your history table.

 
At 5:59 PM, Blogger Bogdan said...

20 more die in Poland flying Spanish technology crap. It was CASA C-295M military transport plane. Please update your history table.

 

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