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Airline fatalities rose in 2016 but the year was still one of the safest in decades

The November crash of a flight carrying a Brazilian soccer team, which killed all but six of the 77 people on board, was one of 18 fatal airline crashes in 2016, an increase from 14 fatal aviation..
L.A. Times

Colombia Probe Finds Jetliner Ran out of Fuel Before Crash

colombia probe finds jetliner ran out of fuel before crash
Colombian aviation authorities said Monday that an airliner that crashed with a Brazilian soccer team aboard had run out of fuel before it could land. Seventy-one people died in the Nov. 28..
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News video: Last surviving Chapecoense player leaves Colombia

Last surviving Chapecoense player leaves Colombia 01:01

Helio Neto, the last surviving player from Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense, leaves hospital in Colombia for his homeland. Graham Mackay reports.
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News video: Further arrest over Colombia plane crash

Further arrest over Colombia plane crash 01:01

Another man has been arrested over the LaMia airline plane crash in Colombia which killed nearly all the members of a Brazilian soccer team. Paul Chapman reports.
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News video: LaMia Airline CEO Detained After Deadly Plane Crash

LaMia Airline CEO Detained After Deadly Plane Crash 00:55

Gustavo Vargas was interviewed by Bolivian authorities about the plane crash that killed almost all members of Chapecoense.
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News video: Pakistani Plane Crashes Into Mountain and Explodes

Pakistani Plane Crashes Into Mountain and Explodes 00:38

A commercial flight from Pakistan International Airlines from Chitral to Islamabad, crashed into the side of a mountain where it exploded. Jose Sepulveda (@josesepulveda87) has more details.
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News video: Pakistani Plane Crashes With Over 40 People on Board

Pakistani Plane Crashes With Over 40 People on Board 00:30

The aircraft lost contact with the control tower during a domestic flight from Chitral in the country's north to the capital city, Islamabad.
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Probe finds human error, lack of fuel in air crash that killed Brazilian soccer team

probe finds human error, lack of fuel in air crash that killed brazilian soccer team
A series of human errors caused an airliner to run out of fuel and crash in Colombia last month, killing 71 people including most of a Brazilian soccer team, aviation authorities said on Monday.
canoe.ca

Plane carrying Brazil team ran out of fuel before crash, Colombia says

Colombian aviation authorities said Monday that an airliner that crashed with a Brazilian soccer team aboard had run out of fuel before it could land.
France 24

Plane ran out of fuel before crashing with Brazilian soccer team, Colombian probe finds

An airliner that crashed with a Brazilian soccer team aboard last month had run out of fuel before it could land, Colombian aviation authorities say. The Nov. 29 accident killed 71 people.
CBC.ca

Lack of fuel caused plane crash that killed 71 people

lack of fuel caused plane crash that killed 71 people
Colombian aviation authorities have confirmed that an airliner that crashed with a Brazilian soccer team aboard had run out of fuel before it could land. Seventy-one people died in the November 28..
New Zealand Herald

Plane carrying Brazilian soccer team ran out of fuel, investigation concludes

Colombian aviation authorities said Monday that an airliner that crashed with a Brazilian soccer team aboard had run out of fuel before it could land. Seventy-one people died in the Nov. 28..
L.A. Times

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