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#Cork Airport Crash

# cork-airport-crash - Tuesday 28 January, 2014

Pilots say there are "significant issues" within aviation industry

The Irish Airline Pilots’ Association were commenting on a report that said tiredness and ‘inadequate training’ were factors in a crash at Cork Airport.

# cork-airport-crash - Saturday 29 December, 2012

US lawsuit taken against manufacturers of Cork Airport crash plane

A court action is being taken on behalf of four of the six people who died when a small aircraft crashed at Cork Airport in February 2011.

# cork-airport-crash - Friday 10 February, 2012

No official memorial for crash victims at Cork Airport

Today marks the first anniversary of the plane crash which claimed the lives of six passengers at Cork Airport.

# cork-airport-crash - Tuesday 7 February, 2012

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# cork-airport-crash - Saturday 4 February, 2012

Final report into Cork air crash expected within months

It is now almost a year since the Manx2 flight from Belfast to Cork crashed at Cork Airport, killing six people.

# cork-airport-crash - Friday 29 April, 2011

Former pilot of Cork airport crash plane takes his own life

Oliver Lee’s father said his pilot son felt “guilt” that he had not been aboard the Manx2 plane on day of crash which killed six people.

# cork-airport-crash - Friday 11 February, 2011

Cork Airport to reopen tomorrow morning

The airport will reopen later on Saturday morning following yesterday’s tragic crash.

Two Cork airport crash survivors released from hospital

Donal Walsh and Laurence Wilson have been released from hospital but four others remain in “a serious but stable condition.”

Details emerge of six victims of Cork crash

The airplane’s pilot was a Spanish national whilst his co-pilot was said to have “lived for planes” as details of the six victims emerge.

Survivors experiencing a range of emotions, says doctor

Donal Walsh is in his early twenties and is a recent graduate from Waterford IT. A cousin of President Mary McAleese was one of the fatalities on the flight.

# cork-airport-crash - Thursday 10 February, 2011

President and Taoiseach express deep shock and sadness at Cork air crash

Political parties cancel events: Fianna Fáil postpones its fiscal policy launch, though Fine Gael’s proceeds; Labour leaders Eamon Gilmore offers sympathies.

Timeline: Cork airport crash

A timeline of events at Cork airport where six people are so far confirmed dead with six others injured.

In Photos: The Cork plane crash tragedy Cork Crash This post contains images

In Photos: The Cork plane crash tragedy

Both professional and amateur photographers capture the scene at Cork airport.

Fog so bad at Cork airport that plane crash could not be seen from terminal building

Eyewitnesses say plane sounded like it was in trouble over Blarney and was seen making several attempts to land in heavy fog.