York v. Tropic Air

On September 7, 2008, a Cessna 208B Caravan operated by Tropic Air lost engine power shortly after takeoff from Belize City Municipal Airport. The flight was headed to Philip S.W. Goldson International airport in Belize City with four U.S. citizens and one pilot on board. Almost immediately after takeoff, the engine failed, and the pilot…

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Dreyer, et al v. Tropic Air

A plane with Belize registration V3-HGH operated by Tropic Air crashed into the Atlantic Ocean during an approach to land at San Pedro Airport, Belize. The flight was registered as a foreign scheduled commuter flight and originated in Belize City. According to information provided by the Belize Department of Civil Aviation, rain showers were in…

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American Airlines Flight 331

On December 22, 2009, American Airlines Flight 331, a Boeing 737-323 with registration number N977AN, overran the runway while landing at Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica. This flight was a popular one and was usually full, as it was on this afternoon. The flight departed Miami and was on an instrument flight rules…

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