Crashing Planes

The Zetas predicted that air travel would become increasingly risky. On July 23 a plane crashed in Taiwan, during rough weather but other planes were landing without problem. On July 24 a plane flying over Mali went missing, had diverted its path due to rough weather, and was found crashed the next day. On July 25 a plane flying to Barcelona, Spain was struck by lightning so severely that a forced landing occurred. Is this the new normal? 

50 Dead as Plane Crashes in Taiwan Following Emergency Landing Failure
July 23, 2014

http://www.theindianrepublic.com/featured/50-dead-plane-crashes-taiwan
The plane had taken off from Kaohsiung at 4.53 PM for Magong in Penghul, said Jean Shen, the head of the Civil Aeronautics Administration of Taiwan. The plane had lost contact with the tower at 7.06 PM after it had said that it would make a second attempt at landing. The visibility at the time the plane had approached had been 1,600 meters, which meet the standards that had been set for landing. The agency has also reported that two flights had landed before the GE222, one at 5.34 PM, while the other had been at 6.57 PM. However, it appears that the heavy rain had caused reduced visibility, and the plane had been forced to pull up in order to make a second attempt at landing.
Taiwan Plane Crash: Investigators Examine Black Boxes, Wreckage
July 25, 2014

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/25/taiwan-plane-crash
The investigation is expected to focus on a four-minute gap between the pilot's request for a second approach and the plane's crashing into village homes at 7:10 p.m., during which visibility dropped by half.

Air Algerie Flight AH5017 Crashes in Niger Due to Bad Weather
July 24, 2014

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/breaking-air-algerie-flight-ah5017-crashes...
The disappeared Air Algerie flight AH5017 has crashed in Niger after flying through violent storms. The region was badly affected by violent storms and the plane was rerouted while it was flying over Mali. The flight was scheduled to land at its destination at about 05:10 local time.
Air Algerie Plane Likely Crashed Due To Bad Weather: French Officials
July 25, 2014

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/25/air-algerie-plane-crash
The strong smell of aircraft fuel at the crash site and the fact that the debris was scattered over a relatively small area also suggested the cause of the crash was linked to weather, a technical problem or a cumulation of such factors.

EasyJet Plane Carrying 156 Passengers Forced to make Emergency Landing - Jet was Struck by Lightning
July 25, 2014

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2705529/EasyJet
An easyJet plane was forced to make an emergency landing today after flying out of Britain - when it was struck by lightning. The Airbus A319-111, believed to be carrying 156 passengers, was forced to land at Spain's Reus Airport. We were just flying over Barcelona and this storm came out of nowhere. The flight, from Bristol Airport, was due to arrive at Barcelona International at 10.10am local time. Everyone is fine but a lot of the women were screaming and crying and the cabin crew were flung down the plane. One guy even saw the lightning go all the way around the plane.

For the past decade, the compass has been unreliable. GPS likewise, as the Earth wobble moves the globe under the network of satellites, and the wobble is getting worse. Recently, two air planes landed in Missouri and Kansas 9 miles from their proper destinations, due to GPS failure. Recently 50 planes disappeared from radar over the Danube River in Europe, over a period of days. Pilots and the air traffic controllers are increasingly flying blind. Then there is the dramatic zapping of airplane electronics, as occurred for AF 447 in 2009 and MH 370 earlier this year. Which factors were responsible for these three airline disasters in July, 2014? The Zetas explain. 

ZetaTalk Insight 7/25/2014: A TransAsia Airways was landing near Taiwan on July 23, 2014 in the aftermath of a Typhoon that had passed the region, and though several other planes were able to land just prior, at 7:06 pm local time the plane crashed into homes near the airport, killing 48 aboard. The Sun was high over India, so a side swipe of the charged tail of Planet X disrupted the steady state of the Earth’s magnetic field on the dusk side of the globe. One might call this an electro-magnetic flux, rather than pulse, but this is just as disruptive to electronics. Although the pilot was having difficulty landing, making a second pass, the public will only hear that rain created poor visibility. 

A SwiftAir plane encountered bad weather in Mali on July 24, 2014 just before dawn at 4:30 am local time and was later discovered crashed, all 116 aboard dead. The Sun was high over India at the time, a point when the Earth wobble swings to the right, but visibility was also affected by the atmospheric turmoil. Thunderstorms do not bring down aircraft, however, nor did the SwiftAir fly into a mountain. At pre-dawn over Mali, this plane also encountered a side-swipe of the charged tail of Planet X, stalling the engines long enough to plunge the plane into the ground. The public will only hear of bad weather, however. 

On July 25, 2017 an EasyJet landing in Spain close to noon at 10:10 am made an emergency landing as it had been devastated by lightning, all 116 aboard saved, thus. Planes are protected from lightning strikes, but this assault was considered so devastating the pilot was taking no chances. The assault was sudden, unexpected, and once again near water as both Barcelona and the emergency landing were along the coastline with the Mediterranean. As with the European radar outages on June 5-10, 2014 in the afternoons, the timing was when the Sun was overhead, close to noon. Facing Planet X, direct arcing to the charged tail occurred, and such lightning storms will likewise be on the increase, increasing devastation for air travel.

Source:  ZetaTalk Newsletter Issue 410 

Germanwings Crash

Yet another airplane crashes due to electro-magnetic pulse. This time the crash was in the heart of Europe in the foothills of the Alps. The Zetas explain that stretch zones are susceptible to attracting the charged tail of Planet X, and the Eurasian Plate is under a stretch. 

Germanwings Crash: Plane Obliterated, 150 Presumed Dead
March 24, 2015

http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/24/europe/france-plane-crash/index.html
March 24, 2015. A Germanwings Airbus A320 plane carrying at least 148 people crashed Tuesday in the foothills of the Alps in southeastern France. The plane crashed near Digne-les-Bains, in the Alpes de Haute Provence region.
Germanwings Plane Crashes In South France, 150 Feared Dead
March 24, 2015

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/24/germanwings-plane-crash
The cause of the crash was not immediately clear. There did not appear to be turbulence or low cloud ceiling in the area. 

ZetaTalk Summary 3/28/2015: We have repeatedly stressed that certain parts of the globe are susceptible to interaction with the charged tail of Planet X. This is certainly the case on the Sunda Plate, which is under continuous pressure to slip under the curve of the Indo-Australian Plate, as the MH 370 disaster shows. Stretch zones are most susceptible to the electromagnetic screech in the rock and the interplay with the charged tail of Planet X that causes interference with airplane electronics. This can be seen by AF 447 in 2009 while over the spreading Atlantic Rift.  All of the Eurasian Plate, from the UK through to China, is under such a stretch. This can be seen in the hum in the UK and disappearing radar over the Danube River course and methane flashes in the Urals and the Sleepy Hollow phenomena. 

What was the cause of the Germanwings crash? What is known is that the plane reached cruising speed and then began a descent. Meanwhile there was no communication from the cockpit, though communication lines had been open just a minute before the descent. If there was total electronic failure, as happened for AF 447 in 2009 and MH 370 in 2014, with no oxygen pumped into the cockpit or passenger cabin, the pilot can become unconscious.  

Airbus A320 Plane Crash in Southern France
March 24, 2015

http://rt.com/news/243533-plane-crash-german-wings/
Germanwings say they are not aware of any complications during the descent of the aircraft. It started descending one minute after reaching its cruising height and continued to lose altitude for eight minutes, before finally crashing. Air traffic controllers said they were in contact with the pilots of the Germanwings A320 aircraft just a minute before the plane started to descend.
Britons on Board Doomed Germanwings Flight 4U 9525
March 25, 2015

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3009151/headlines-news-Germ...
Air traffic controllers claimed they received no SOS despite the jet nosediving 32,000 ft in just eight minutes. It is understood to have crashed at more than 400mph.

Without oxygen, the pilots and crew as well as the passengers will quickly become sleepy, confused, nauseous, and unconscious. If brain death occurs within four minutes, the stage where one is confused and unconscious occurs very quickly, in less than a minute.  Electromagnetic pulse also affects electronics selectively, some incapacitated, some only damaged, but other managing to function. Electromagnetic pulse also makes one sleepy, as the Sleepy Hollow phenomena shows. 

Cerebral Hypoxia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerebral_hypoxia
Continued oxygen deprivation results in fainting, long-term loss of consciousness, coma, seizures, cessation of brain stem reflexes, and brain death.
Asphyxia
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Oxygen+deprivation
Symptoms of asphyxia vary but may include light-headedness, nausea, and gasping, followed by unconsciousness and death. An area quickly affected is the cerebral cortex, the brain center for speech and other conscious behavior; it can be irreparably damaged by as little as five minutes of oxygen deprivation.
Electromagnetic Pulse
http://midimagic.sgc-hosting.com/emp.htm
The electromagnetic pulse induces large currents in conductors that are part of or are connected to the equipment. These high currents can do the following:  Induce voltages high enough to arc from one conductor to another, damaging whatever is connected to them. Induce voltages high enough to arc from a conductor to a device, damaging the device. Exceed the current-carrying capabilities of conductors or components in the device, damaging them. Induce voltages that exceed the voltage limitations of components in the device, damaging them. Induce voltages that exceed the breakdown voltage of insulation in the device, damaging other components. Cause voltage spikes that move atoms around in the doping of semiconductors, ruining them. Cause voltage spikes that puncture through the metallic oxide gates in semiconductors, ruining them. Cause all of the sparkplugs in an internal combustion engine to fire at the same time, stopping the engine. Damage the semiconductors in an electronic ignition system, stopping the engine and keeping it from running again. Blow fuses in electric power transmission lines, putting them out of service until the fuses are replaced.

One of the flight data recorders, the voice recorder from the cockpit, was retrieved and revealed that up until the descent all was normal and calm. Then when they reached cruising altitude the pilot left the cockpit and went to the bathroom but could not get back in. In the limited audio released to the media, the pilot can be heard pounding on the door. However, A320 doors are electronically controlled, locking and unlocking electronically. Loss of electronic control would have locked the door and disabled the pad. Or there would have been frantic keypad buzzing, clicking of the toggle switch in the cockpit to re-lock the door, and intercom phone calls. None of this was mentioned by the media. Why not? 

A320 Doors
http://www.smartcockpit.com/aircraft-ressources/A320-Doors.html
Cockpit Door: A forward-opening door separates the cockpit from the passenger compartment. In an emergency it can be forced open in either direction. The door has an electric locking latch controlled by the door unlock pushbutton on the pedestal. To unlock the door, the pilot must press the pushbutton, and maintain it pressed.
Germanwings Pilot Was Locked Out of Cockpit Before Crash in France
March 26, 2015

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/26/world/europe/germanwings-airbus-c...
The audio indicated that one of the pilots left the cockpit and could not re-enter. “The guy outside is knocking lightly on the door, and there is no answer,” the investigator said. “And then he hits the door stronger, and no answer. There is never an answer.” He said, “You can hear he is trying to smash the door down.”  Among the theories that have been put forward by air safety analysts not involved in the investigation is the possibility that a pilot could have been incapacitated by a sudden event such as a fire or a drop in cabin pressure.
Germanwing Crash Not the Full Story
March 29, 2015

http://www.sott.net/article/294482-Germanwings-crash-Not-the-full-s...
Arnoux also wonders why no mention was made by investigators of hearing the loud strident beeping made by the cockpit door console when the emergency access code is entered to open the cockpit door. Arnoux recognizes that the emergency unlock code could have been overridden by someone in the cockpit manually holding the lock button down, but this would not have prevented the beeping once the code was entered outside. This would have been the clearest confirmation that one of the pilots had been locked out. Yet no mention was made of it.

The press is claiming the sounds of the co-pilot breathing steadily can be heard, thus his intention to commit suicide. This is more symptomatic of an unconscious co-pilot, as someone deliberately flying into a mountainside would be emotional and breathing rapidly. An unconscious co-pilot could also have fallen sideways onto the joystick, pushing it forward to cause the descent. The media only mentions  turning a dial to control descent, which is an adjustment to the autopilot, not the joystick option. Manipulating the joystick overrides the autopilot. Why not? Because for airline profits to be maintained, the co-pilot is being blamed. 

The A320 is the First Launched Engineering Essay
http://www.ukessays.com/essays/engineering/the-a320-is-the-first-la...
The A320 families typically used digital fly-by-wire control systems and control the aircraft by joystick at side-stick usually on right hand side, in commercial aircraft.
Avcanada Forum
March 25, 2015

http://www.avcanada.ca/forums2/viewtopic.php?f=118&t=102237&...
I have a question specifically for Airbus drivers. In normal cruise configuration, should a pilot end up leaning on the sidestick, pushing it forward, what will the aircraft do? Thinking about a possible incapacitation scenario, ie slumped forward due to a heart attack or anurism or some such event. What would the aircraft do with normal cruise set on auto, but a sidestick pushed forward?

ZetaTalk Analysis 3/28/2015: Has the public been allowed to hear the cockpit voice recorder? This will not be allowed, or only after it has been altered to fit the circumstances. What is missing at present is the door access buzzer. Normal exit and entry are via an intercom identification after a single keypad button is pushed. In an emergency a code can be typed into the keypad. It is true that the cockpit can block entry by pressing the lock button continuously. But during all or any of this, a buzzer is loudly sounding. If scraping chairs and a shutting door and steady breathing can be heard, where is the buzzer?  The press has made much of the co-pilot breathing “steadily”, proof that he is alive and the crash deliberate. Anyone conscious and seeing a crash into a mountain side looming will not be calm. This is an involuntary response. He would be screaming, and rapidly breathing. Oxygen deprivation first involves confusion and sleepiness, then becoming unconscious, so unless alerted that the oxygen level is dropping, the co-pilot was unaware this was happening to him. How often do carbon monoxide deaths occur where the family is taken unaware? 

Compare the sounds of the last 60 seconds recorded on the Germanwings cockpit recorder to the sounds expected from an A 320 cockpit. Note that only the last 60 second were released to the media. Bild, a German magazine, also released the full transcript of the audio, which matches reports to date and the 60 second audio released to the media. If the electronic operation of the door were involved at any time, the intercom phone ringing would be heard. If this resulted in the co-pilot unlocking the door, or trying to push the toggle to lock so it could not be unlocked, the sound of the toggle would be heard as well as the keypad buzzer in the cockpit.  If the co-pilot was ignoring these requests, then repeated keypad buzzing and toggle to lock would be heard, yet none of this was reported in the media. If, per the narrative being pushed in the media, the co-pilot had thrown a bolt on the door, then this too would be heard on the tape, as the media is claiming that a chair scuff on the floor and the sound of a shutting door could be heard. And in any case, the keypad would be tried, at least at first. The last 60 seconds include only pounding on the door with voices in the background, an alarm a few seconds before impact, more voices in the background and at the very end yet another alarm or call. None of the sounds on the recording match the anticipated intercom or keypad sounds. 

So what caused the crash? The African Roll may have only just started, but there are signs that the Mediterranean is pulling apart while the African Plate drops. This stretch does indeed affect the foothills of the Alps. 



ZetaTalk Comment 3/28/2015: Recently passengers on a flight from Barcelona to Israel grew faint from methane gas brought into the plane as it traveled along the spreading Mediterranean rip. Barcelona was in the news again when an EasyJet was struck by lightning. We have predicted that the African Roll will pull Gibraltar apart by an additional 125 miles. The Mediterranean in the past was a swamp, but now is a sea, due to such actions in the past. When the edge of the Eurasian Plate loses support along the Mediterranean, what does this do to the rock in the area? 

Rock being pulled apart does not just register distress at the rip point. Rock layers are attached, glued to other rock layers and to seams within the rock layers themselves for long distances. The Germanwings A320 was rising above the Alps, at the very foothills where in the past the rock had been jammed under the high Alps. The foothills of the Alps present a complicated situation, where rock layers below the Alps are subject to the long reach of the stretching of the Mediterranean, while the weight of the Alps prevents these pulled rock layers from being able to adjust. It is thus an aggravated stretch zone, and thus dangerous for air travel.  

CERN also had magnetic problems, just two days before and in the days after the Germanwings airplane crashed. CERN uses magnets intensively, and thus would be subject to the electromagnetic pulse that disabled the Germanwings plane in the French Alps. CERN is located in Geneva, nearby, also on the Franco-Swiss border.  

In pictures: X-rays Probe LHC for Cause of Short Circuit
March 26, 2015

http://home.web.cern.ch/about/updates/2015/03/pictures-x-rays-probe...
Early last Saturday morning [March 21], while full-scale tests of all systems were ongoing in preparation for beam injection, an earth fault developed in the main dipole circuit of sector 3-4 of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). All the protection systems worked properly and there was no harm done. The fault developed at relatively low current and was initially intermittent in nature.
Electric Fault Delays Relaunch of CERN Collider after Two-Year Refit
March 25, 2015

http://in.mobile.reuters.com/article/idINKBN0MK2EY20150324?irpc=932
Engineers had been expected to start on Wednesday [March 25] pumping proton beams in opposite directions all the way round the two 27-km (17-mile) underground tubes in the LHC, closed down for the past two years for a refit. Scientists at Europe's CERN research centre have had to postpone the imminent relaunch of their refitted 'Big Bang' machine, the Large Hadron Collider, because of a short-circuit in the wiring of one of the vital magnets.

In the days following the crash of the Germanwings plane, on March 27, the Netherlands had an extensive blackout affecting Amsterdam and the entire region. And on March 31 Turkey had an extensive blackout affecting half the country. Per the Zetas, the European stretch is once again the cause. How will the establishment react? To date, they have presented a cover-up. AF 447 in 2009 was declared due to a pilot error and bad weather. This despite the fact that an automated technical report indicated that the electrical systems were shutting down, one by one. MH 370 was blamed on pilot suicide and bad weather too. 


What Happened to Flight 447?
June 1, 2009

http://www.reuters.com/article/2009/06/02/us-airline-crash
A succession of a dozen technical messages showed that several electrical systems had broken down, most ominously the pressurization system - a totally unprecedented situation in the plane. A succession of a dozen technical messages (showed that) several electrical systems had broken down.
What Really Happened Aboard Air France 447
December 6, 2011

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/aviation/crashes/
At 1h51m, the cockpit becomes illuminated by a strange electrical phenomenon. The two copilots discuss the unusually elevated external temperature, which has prevented them from climbing to their desired altitude. Suddenly, a strange aroma, like an electrical transformer, floods the cockpit, and the temperature suddenly increases. Just then an alarm sounds for 2.2 seconds, indicating that the autopilot is disconnecting. Note, however, that the plane has suffered no mechanical malfunction. The word "Stall!" will blare through the cockpit 75 times.

The Germanwings crash cannot blame the weather, which was perfect. Per the Zetas, the airline industries will not allow the truth to be told. Profits come first, and the lives of the common man are the least of their concerns.

ZetaTalk Comment 3/28/2015: The public will never learn the truth, as in all such cases electromagnetic interference is dismissed, the profits and jobs involved in the airline industry taking precedence of the truth. This will result in any case as the public gets leery of air travel, insurance costs rise, and airline companies go out of business.

 Source:  ZetaTalk Newsletter Issue 445

Small Planes Crashing

During a 5 day period from June 8-13, 2016 the portion of the N American continent most affected by the bow stress was afflicted by numerous small plane crashes. The bowing of the N American continent pulls the Aleutian Islands toward the tip of Mexico, with the center of the bow near San Diego. Thus, in a swath across the center of the US, small planes were suddenly crashing, with no warning, with no communications from the cockpit in most cases, a clear sign they were afflicted by Electro-Magnetic-Pulse. This onslaught showed up on the Global Incident Map for aviation. 



One of the most publicized incidents was the spinning crash of a small plane in Houston on June 9. The pilot reportedly made repeated attempts to land the plane, aborting each time due to his lack of control over the planet. It appears the pilot had also lost communications. Then in a final fatal spin, the plane crashed, killing all on board. The plane had flown from Oklahoma to Houston, crashing at its destination. 

Plane Spins, Drops from the Sky
June11, 2016

http://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2016/06/11/plane-drops-from-the-sky
The NTSB is investigating the cause of a single-engine plane crash that killed three people in Houston.
NTSB: Pilot Tried to Land 3 times before Houston Plane Crash
June 10, 2016

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/ntsb-pilot-tried-to-land-for-3rd-time
The pilot of a plane that crashed near a Houston airport halted a third attempt to land just before it plummeted to the ground, killing all three inside. It's unclear whether the pilot made a distress call just before the crash that happened.  The plane was in a flat spin before it plummeted to the ground nose-first.

Not a day later near Hawthorne, California, a small plan dove into an apartment complex. No distress signal had been relayed, no communications whatsoever. Unless the pilot had a heart attack, the clear answer is yet another incident of Electro-Magnetic-Pulse disabling the electronics on the plane. 

Cessna Plane Crashes into Apartments in Hawthorne, California; 2 Dead
June 11, 2016

https://www.rt.com/usa/346182-cessna-plane-crash-hawthorne/
A small plane slammed into a two-story townhouse in Hawthorne, in the south west of Los Angeles County.  Hawthorne Municipal Airport is less than two miles from the crash site. The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash.
2 Dead After Plane Crashes Into Townhouse Complex Near Hawthorne Airport
June 11, 2016

http://ktla.com/2016/06/10/light-plane-crashes-into-residential-bui...
The plane went down around 5:12 p.m. in the 4600 block of W. Broadway killing two people on board. The aircraft slammed into two townhouses in the complex. The aircraft, described as a Grumman American AA-1B, crashed two miles west of the airport under unknown circumstances.

Other incidents include a crash near Batesville, Indiana on June 8 which was blamed on an unexplained “mechanical problem”.  Investigation ongoing. Another on June 10 crashed into May Lake near Bismark, N Dakota which is being blamed on the youth of the pilot.  Investigation here also ongoing. Then on June 11 the pace picked up with a crash in Santa Rosa, California where the plane ended upside down in a field. The aircraft had reportedly been making “odd sounds” and the pilot, who survived, was having problems with the throttle. Another near Collegedale, Tennessee during a failed landing. Apparently, there were no communications and no survivors.  

Pilot Airlifted to Hospital after Small Plane Crashes near Batesville Airport
June 8, 2016

http://fox59.com/2016/06/08/pilot-airlifted-to-hospital-after-small...
The crash occurred near Three Mile Road and Enochsburg Road around 11:45 am. An initial investigation determined that the plane was a homemade ultralight single person aircraft. The pilot took off from the airport and soon experienced a mechanical problem.  The aircraft then went down in a heavily wooded area not far from the airport. The investigation into the crash is ongoing.
Small Plane with Young Pilot Crashes, Killing all Onboard
June 10, 2016

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/north-dakota-airplane-crash-lake-dead-p...
The four-seat plane crashed into May Lake near the town of Wishek while en route to Bismarck. Complications during takeoff from Wishek's airport resulted in the crash.  The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating.
Pilot Uninjured after Small Plane Crash in Santa Rosa
June 11, 2016

http://arffwg.org/pilot-uninjured-after-small-plane-crash-in-santa-...
Personnel from the Bennett Valley Fire Department could hear a plane flying low in the area making an odd sound around 10 a.m. A short time later, the department received a report of a small plane crash in a vineyard near 6500 Jamison Road. Emergency responders arrived on the scene to find the biplane aircraft upside down in the vineyard. The pilot had been flying in the area when he realized there was a problem with the plane’s throttle, causing the aircraft to idle.
Official says 2 People Dead in Plane Crash in Tennessee
June 11, 2016

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/06/11/official-says-2-people-dead-in...
A single-engine plane crashed around 12:50 p.m. at the Collegedale airport. The plane was coming into the Collegedale airport when it crashed. She said she did not if anyone else outside the plane was injured or if there was property damaged in the crash. Collegedale is a city about 20 miles east of Chattanooga.

What’s causing this increase in Electro-Magnetic-Pulse (EMP) on the N American continent? The N American continent is a flat top, unable to roll, and thus as the Atlantic expands and the Pacific shortens, Mexico pulled to the west, there is unrelieved diagonal stress on the N American continent. This is resolved when the New Madrid  rips open, but until this occurs the rock is screaming. Compression in the rock squeezes air out of pockets in the rock, allowing electricity to rise unimpeded through the rock layers and arc to the charged tail of Nibiru. Booms are back with a fury in 2016, and dramatic blackouts occurred along the East Coast in 2015 as did a derailed Amtrak train in Philly. 



ZetaTalk Prediction 2/10/2006: The giant plates of N America and Eurasia are locked against each other, unable to rotate against each other due to their shape. But the primary drama preceding the pole shift will be the ripping action that a plate unable to move must endure. 

ZetaTalk Prediction 1/10/2015: We have consistently warned that electro-magnetic pulse, the arcing from the electronic screech in compressed rock to the charged tail of Planet X, will be on the increase. This brings down the grid, as surge and brownout destroy electronic infrastructure and electronic grids are designed to protect themselves thus. Blackouts, electronically damaged airplanes, and interference with mankind’s satellites will be on the increase.

ZetaTalk Prediction 5/28/2016: We have stressed that airplane travel will get increasingly risky, due to EMP which is already taking planes down in dramatic fashion.

Source: ZetaTalk Newsletter Issue 508

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on September 1, 2020 at 2:05am

US Navy Hawkeye Aircraft Crashes in Virginia.  8/31/2020

A US Navy E-2C Hawkeye crashed in Virginia on Monday during a training flight. All four people on the plane, including two pilots and two crew members, have been safely located. There are no injuries or property damage reported aside from the aircraft. According to WTVR, the aircraft wreckage was located by police near the intersection of Berry Road and Mason Road in Bloxom, a town in Accomack County, Virginia. Officials were alerted to the crash at around 3:40 p.m. local time.

https://sputniknews.com/military/202008311080331988-us-navy-hawkeye...

Comment by Juan F Martinez on August 7, 2020 at 9:51pm

Air India Express IX 1344 plane crash: The aircraft was attempting to land at the airport at around 7.40 pm amid heavy rainfall.

An Air India Express flight with 190 passengers on board en route from Dubai skidded off the runway and split into two while landing at Kerala’s Kozhikode airport in heavy rain on Friday evening, leaving at least 15 persons dead, including the pilot. Kerala Minister KT Jaleel confirmed three deaths earlier, while BJP MP KJ Alphons said all passengers were evacuated.

Preliminary images from the accident site show the aircraft split into two pieces, with debris all over the area, which is reportedly just below the runway. The incident happened when the flight — IX 1344 — was attempting to land at the airport at around 7.40 pm amid heavy rainfall and fell off the runway, to a slip road 34 feet below.

https://indianexpress.com/article/india/kozhikode-kerala-air-india-...

Comment by Tracie Crespo on July 6, 2020 at 3:17pm

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/coeur-dalene-lake-plane-crash-eig...

Coeur d'Alene Lake plane crash: Eight people are believed to be dead after two planes collided over Idaho's Coeur d'Alene Lake



By Hollie Silverman, CNN  10 hrs ago


a small boat in a large body of water: Lake Coeur d'Alene© KXLY Lake Coeur d'Alene

Eight people are believed to be dead after two planes collided over Coeur d'Alene Lake in Idaho and then sank, Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Lt. Ryan Higgins said.

A call came in for two planes that had collided over the lake around 2:20 p.m., Higgins told CNN Sunday.

Two victims, both deceased, were recovered from the air crafts before they sank, Higgins said.

The remaining six victims are still unaccounted for but are believed to be dead, Higgins said. They include adults and children but no further details were available.

Investigators have not yet determined the cause of the collision or how many victims were on each plane, Higgins told CNN.

The planes were located by a sonar team in 127 feet of water, Higgins said, and will not be recovered until either Monday or Tuesday.

One aircraft involved in the collision was a Cessna 206, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor told CNN.

Investigators do not yet know the make and model of the other aircraft involved.

The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the collision, Gregor said.

There were several witnesses who either saw or heard the collision or were witness to the aftermath, Higgins said, as many people were boating on the lake during the holiday weekend.




Comment by Juan F Martinez on July 3, 2020 at 11:39pm

F-16 crashed during a “routine training mission” in South Carolina. The accident at Shaw Air Force Base late Tuesday night is the fourth involving a U.S. fighter jet since May.   Posted July 2, 2020

https://youtu.be/ZM8lVr15buk

Comment by Juan F Martinez on June 16, 2020 at 1:18am

US F-15 fighter jet pilot found dead after crash in North Sea June 15, 2020

https://americanmilitarynews.com/2020/06/us-f-15-fighter-jet-pilot-...

Comment by Juan F Martinez on June 9, 2020 at 12:55am

US Air Force C-130 crash lands in Iraq 6/8/2020

A U.S. Air Force C-130 crashed off the runway at Camp Taji Airbase in Iraq on Monday, injuring four service members.

Operation Inherent Resolve Spokesman Col. Myles B. Caggins told Fox News Channel’s Jennifer Griffin that the plane “overshot the runway and crashed.”

“On June 8, approximately 10:10 p.m. (Iraq time), a U.S. Air Force C-130 landing at Camp Taji Airbase, Iraq overshot the runway and crashed into a wall resulting in structural damage to the plane and a small fire,” Caggins told Griffin.

“The airfield fire and rescue team were on the scene within 4 minutes, extinguished the fire, and assisted an evacuation of the plane. Four Service Members on the plane sustained non-life-threatening injuries and are being treated at Camp Taji’s medical facility,” Caggins added.

An Iraqi official told the Associated Press that seven crew members and 26 passengers were on board the C-130, and two pilots were among the four service members injured.

The incident is under investigation and not suspected to be caused by enemy actions.

“Enemy activity is not suspected; the incident remains under investigation. The quick actions of the airfield crash, fire and rescue team helped patients, and limited damage to equipment and infrastructure,” Caggins concluded.

The C-130 Hercules is a military transport aircraft used by U.S. and coalition forces.

https://americanmilitarynews.com/2020/06/us-air-force-c-130-crash-l...

Comment by M. Difato on May 22, 2020 at 2:44pm

Pakistani passenger plane crashes near Karachi, with 107 on board

https://www.inquirer.com/news/nation-world/plane-crash-karachi-paki...

KARACHI, Pakistan — A passenger plane carrying 107 passengers and crew belonging to state-run Pakistan International Airlines crashed near the southern port city of Karachi on Friday, a civil aviation official said.

There were no immediate reports on the number of casualties. The aircraft arriving from the eastern city of Lahore was carrying 99 passengers and eight crew members, said Abdul Sattar Kokhar, spokesman for the country's civil aviation authority.

Witnesses said the Airbus A320 appeared to attempt to land two or three times before crashing in a residential area near Jinnah International Airport. The residential area on the edge of the airport known as Model Colony is a poor area and heavily congested.

A resident of the area, Abdul Rahman, said he saw the aircraft circle at least three times, appearing to try to land before it crashed into several houses.

Police and military cordoned off the area.

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan tweeted: “Shocked & saddened by the PIA crash. . . Immediate inquiry will be instituted. Prayers & condolences go to families of the deceased."

Local television reports showed smoke coming from the direction of the airport and video emerging of the aircraft flying low over a residential area seemed showed apparent flames shooting from one of the engines. Ambulances were on their way to the airport and there were reports of some injuries, possibly residents on the ground.

Airbus did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the crash. The flight typically takes an hour and a half from the northeastern city of Lahore, the capital of Pakistan's most populous province, Punjab, to Karachi.

Airworthiness documents showed the plane last received a government check on Nov. 1, 2019. PIA’s chief engineer signed a separate certificate April 28 saying all maintenance had been conducted on the plane and that “the aircraft is fully airworthy and meets all the safety” standards.

Ownership records for the Airbus A320 involved in the crash showed China Eastern Airlines flew the plane from 2004 until 2014. The plane then entered PIA’s fleet, leased from GE Capital Aviation Services.

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/mayor-pakistan-plane-crashes-n...

  Fire brigade staff try to put out fire caused by plane crash in Karachi, Pakistan, Friday, May 22, 2020. An aviation official says a passenger plane belonging to state-run Pakistan International Airlines carrying more than 100 passengers and crew has crashed near the southern port city of Karachi. There were no immediate reports on the number of casualties. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan) 

Comment by M. Difato on May 18, 2020 at 3:09pm

Canadian aerobatic jet crashes amid pandemic show; 1 dead

https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Canadian-aerobatic-jet-crashes-...

KAMLOOPS, British Columbia (AP) — A Canadian aerobatic jet crashed into a British Columbia neighborhood during a flyover intended to boost morale during the pandemic, killing one crew member, seriously injuring another and setting a house on fire. Video appeared to show the plane's crew ejecting.

  In this undated photo provided by the Royal Canadian Air Force, Capt. Jennifer Casey poses for a photo. A   Canadian aerobatic jet crashed into a British Columbia neighborhood Sunday, May 17, 2020, during a flyover     intended to boost morale during the pandemic, killing Casey, seriously injuring another crew member and setting   a house on fire.(Royal Canadian Air Force via AP) less

The crash left debris scattered across the neighborhood near the airport in the city of Kamloops, 260 miles (418 kilometers) northeast of Vancouver, on Sunday. The Snowbirds are Canada’s equivalent of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds or U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was “deeply saddened” by the death of Capt. Jennifer Casey, who served as a spokesperson for the Snowbirds, and the injuring of Capt. Richard MacDougall, one of the team’s coordinators and pilot of the aircraft who survived landing on the roof of a house.

For the past two weeks, the Snowbirds have been flying across the country to lift up Canadians during these difficult times." Trudeau said in a statement. "Their flyovers across the country put a smile on the faces of Canadians everywhere and make us proud.”

The morale boosting mission is now on indefinite hold and the fleet of Tutor jets has been placed on operational pause.

Video posted to Twitter appears to show two Snowbirds taking off from Kamloops Airport. One of the aircraft subsequently climbed into the sky before rolling over and plunging to the ground. The video appears to show at least one person ejecting from the plane before it disappears behind a stand of trees and an explosion is heard.

A local resident who lives seven houses from the crash site and had been watching the aircraft said he saw “the Snowbird going straight down.”

“I saw what looked like a parachute about, say, 20 feet over the house, and it disappeared from sight, and the parachute hadn’t fully deployed yet — it was still sort of straight up and down,” Kenny Hinds said.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the cause of the crash is under investigation.

Rose Miller lives directly across the street from where the plane hit. She’d watched the Snowbirds arrive on Saturday, and she went to her front window on Sunday when she heard the roar of jet engines.

Miller said she heard a loud bang and wondered whether it might be a sonic boom. Then she watched the plane smash onto the ground.

“It looked to me like it was mostly on the road, but it just exploded. It went everywhere,” she said. “In fact, I got a big, huge piece in my backyard. The cops said it was the ejection seat.”

Miller said a couple in their early 70s lives in the home. Both are OK, she said, noting that she’d spoken with them after they were evacuated to a nearby street. The woman had been in the basement while the man was behind the house.

Miller said section of roof on a home on a nearby street has been covered up.

“This accident really shakes us to our core,” Kamloops Mayor Ken Christian said. About five houses had to be evacuated.

Operation Inspiration started in Nova Scotia earlier this month and features the team’s signature nine-jet formation. It was aimed at boosting morale amid the pandemic.

Marni Capostinsky said she lives across the street from the crash site and was out on the deck when she heard the plane getting closer.

“We ran out under the cover to look and saw something black coming towards us, everyone hit the deck it was so loud,” she said.

Hinds said it looked like the living room of the house where the crash occurred was on fire.

“I just started running down the street. And I got there maybe a minute after it crashed and there was a couple of residents that had their hoses out and they were trying to put the flames out because it hit a house,” he said.

It’s been a difficult few weeks for Nova Scotia and the Canadian military as a navy helicopter went down over the Mediterranean last month, killing six people — three of whom were from Nova Scotia. Casey’s roots were in Nova Scotia — a province that saw a gunman kill 22 people in rampage amid the pandemic last month.

Sunday’s crash follows the downing of another Snowbird in the U.S. state of Georgia last October, where the team was scheduled to perform in an air show. Capt. Kevin Domon-Grenier sustained minor injuries when he ejected from the plane, which crashed into a farmer’s field. No one else was hurt.

The Snowbirds have performed at airshows across Canada and the U.S. for decades and are considered a key tool for raising awareness about — and recruiting for — the air force. Eleven aircraft are used during shows, with nine flying and two kept as spares.

The air force obtained its Tutor jets in 1963 and has used them in air demonstrations since 1971. Prior to Sunday’s crash, seven pilots and one passenger had been killed and several aircraft had been lost over the course of the Snowbirds’ history.

Comment by M. Difato on May 16, 2020 at 3:58pm

Eglin F-22 crashes; pilot safely ejects

https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2020/05/15/eglin-...

An F-22 Raptor from Eglin Air Force Base in Florida crashed Friday morning on the base’s test and training range, but its pilot is safe and in stable condition.

The pilot of the F-22 safely ejected, and was taken to the 96th Medical Group hospital at the base for evaluation and observation, Eglin said in a release. The pilot is in stable condition, but was not identified by Eglin.

 A 325th Fighter Wing F-22A Raptor touches down at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., Nov. 20. An F-22 from that wing crashed on May 15; its pilot safely ejected and is in stable condition. (Samuel King/Air Force)

The jet was from the 43rd Fighter Squadron, part of the 325th Fighter Wing that is now based at Eglin. The range where it crashed is about 12 miles northeast of Eglin’s main base.

The pilot was flying a routine training flight with the 33rd Fighter Wing when it crashed at 9:15 a.m., Eglin said in the release. First responders from the 96th Test Wing arrived at the scene, and an investigation is under way.

Eglin said there was no one else on board, and there was no loss of life or damage to civilian property.

This F-22 was not part of a formation flight that also took off from Eglin Friday morning, the base said. That formation flight included another F-22, an F-35 and a T-38, and flew over Dade County and Panama City.

The 325th is normally located at Tyndall, but moved some of its F-22 operations to Eglin after Hurricane Michael in 2018.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 29, 2020 at 6:25pm

8 Killed After Philippine Plane Bursts Into Flames

All on board, including a doctor, a nurse and foreign nationals, were killed after the plane, used in the country’s coronavirus response, caught fire as it took off in Manila for Japan.

March 29, 2020   Updated 12:10 p.m. ET

MANILA — A plane used as an air ambulance by the Philippine health department to fight the coronavirus outbreak burst into flames as it took off from Manila’s airport for Japan on Sunday night, killing all onboard, the airport said.

The light aircraft was carrying eight people, including the pilot and two crew members, a doctor, a nurse, a flight medic and an American and a Canadian passenger, according to local radio reports, citing airport officials.

It was not clear whether the passengers were being airlifted for treatment of the viral disease.

“Unfortunately, no passenger survived the accident,” the Manila International Airport Authority said in a statement, adding that the runway had been closed and an investigation was underway.

The Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, the Philippine agency at the forefront of combating the disease, uses the same aircraft from a Philippine charter flight company called Lionair to transport supplies to the medical workers on the front line in the provinces across the archipelago, the government said.

Lionair is separate from Lion Air, the Indonesian carrier that is one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines. The budget carrier has racked up several major accidents, including the fatal crash in 2018 of a 737 jetliner.

Senator Richard Gordon, the head of the Philippine Red Cross, said that medical teams had been dispatched to the airport to respond to the crash involving Flight 5880.

“Eight passengers — consisting of a flight medic, a nurse, doctor, three flight crew, one patient and its companion were onboard,” he said. “The airplane caught fire and exploded as it was taking off the NAIA runway 24, he added, referring to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. “The fire was enormous.”

Lionair Inc., a Philippine-based firm, flies charter flights and has contracts with the government. It operates air ambulances too and is helping the government in its anti-coronavirus program, transporting medical supplies.

In September a light aircraft also operated by the charter company crashed in Laguan, a suburban province just south of Manila, killing nine people aboard.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/29/world/asia/lion-air-crash-philip...

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