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Japan suspends its Osprey flights after the fatal crash of a US Air Force aircraft » The crash of a U.S. Osprey on Wednesday killed at least one crew member. A search was continuing for the aircraft and the seven others on board. Wfsb.com

Japan flight crash transcripts show coastguard plane was not cleared for take-off » Runway collision between turboprop and JAL jet killed five and prompted emergency evacuation Ft.com

‘Miracle’ escape for passengers after horrific runway crash at Tokyo airport » Five dead as hundreds evacuated from burning passenger jet after collision with coastguard plane at Haneda airport Theguardian.com

The call that saved 379 lives on burning Japanese Airlines plane » It was a flight attendant who had to inform pilots of the cabin fire. Nzherald.co.nz

Michelle Ye Hee Lee on Instagram: "“Is Japan OK?” was trending today on Japan Twitter because of the grim new year’s news out of Japan. The death toll from a 7.6-magnitude earthquake on New Year’s Day keeps rising and military personnel have been activated for rescue and relief efforts. One of those Coast Guard planes crashed on the runway today with a Japan Airlines passenger flight, killing five of six Coast Guard crew members with one in critical condition. In addition to how awful it is to start a new year with sad national news, Japan is unlike most Asian nations and observes Jan. 1 holiday rather than Lunar New Year (typically late Jan/early Feb). New Year’s week here is typically a sleepy/peaceful time with most businesses closed for several days, which I was surprised by because I’m used to LNY being a bigger deal. It makes the events of this week feel even more jarring." » 158 likes, 9 comments - myhlee on January 2, 2024: "“Is Japan OK?” was trending today on Japan Twitter because of the grim new year’s news out…" Instagram.com

Investigators Link Airline Food Poisoning to Caterer's Meats (Published 1975) » Fed and Alaskan health officials impose temporary ban on ham and cold cuts served by Internatl Inflight Catering, Anchorage‐based caterer whose meals Danish officials have blamed for outbreak of food poisoning that recently affected 144 passengers on Japan Air Lines flight between Anchorage and Copenhagen, via Tokyo; Danish health officials blame ham omlette, presumably contaminated with Staphylococcal bacteria, as cause of passengers’ illness; Japan Air Lines says members of cockpit crew had not eaten contaminated meal since it was dinner time for crew that boarded in Anchorage, because of internatl time zone irregularities, but breakfast time for passengers en route from Anchorage; symptoms and effects of staphylococcal poisoning described; quick action by Danish health officials is believed to have prevented further outbreaks and possible accident on 9 other Japan Air Lines flights that are served by catering orgn during daily stopovers in Anchorage; similar cases of food poisoning recalled (L) Nytimes.com

How hundreds of passengers escaped a burning Japan Airlines plane: "I can only say it was a miracle" » Within minutes, all 367 passengers and 12 crew members slid down emergency chutes to get away from the plane. "I can only say it was a miracle," one survivor said. Cbsnews.com

Korean Air Lines flight 007 | Missiles, Investigation, & Facts » Korean Air Lines flight 007, flight of a passenger jet that was shot down by the Soviet Union on September 1, 1983, killing all 269 persons on board. It was en route to Seoul when it strayed from its scheduled path and entered Soviet airspace. Soviet authorities made the unsubstantiated claim that the plane was spying. Britannica.com

Japan Responds To Earthquake, Plane Crash And Outages Through Lessons Learned » Japan’s location in the Pacific, where several continental and oceanic plates meet, makes it particularly prone to earthquakes. Forbes.com

Japanese Teach A Lesson in Air Safety and Apologies » An important part of Japanese culture is revealed on the first page of the traveler’s Japanese phrase book. Along with how to say “hello,” “please,” and “thank you”  are the words for “excuse me” and “I’m sorry,” sentiments essential in Japan. I’m here in Japan with my sister, to attend the annual conference of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) and we added a few days in Tokyo to our itinerary. Not unexpectedly with travel, there is the occasional mix-up. But each time the person responsible for the error – no matter how minor – was deeply and immediately apologetic in a manner…Read More… Christinenegroni.com

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