งานนำเสนอเรื่อง: "1 I NTRODUCTION by Prasert Pompongsuk 1.Aircraft Accidents: From Persons on board to Third Parties on the Surface 2.9/11: Air Law Issues 3.Draft Convention."— ใบสำเนางานนำเสนอ:
1 I NTRODUCTION by Prasert Pompongsuk 1.Aircraft Accidents: From Persons on board to Third Parties on the Surface 2.9/11: Air Law Issues 3.Draft Convention on Damage Caused by Foreign Aircraft to Third Parties
2 Aircraft Accidents: From Persons on Board to Third Parties on the Surface
3 First airplane fatality in history, Fort Meyer Virginia The first airplane fatality in history occurred in 1908 when Lt. Thomas Selfridge was killed in this plane piloted by Orville Wright. The accident was caused by propeller separation. Orville Wright suffered broken ribs, pelvis and a leg. (September 17, 1908)
4 British European Airways accident involving the Manchester United football team, Munich, Germany: The wreckage of a British European Airways Ambassador at Munich, Germany that killed 23 of 44 aboard including eight members of the Manchester United football team. (February 6, 1958)
5 Inadvertent deployment of reverse thruster, Lauder Air, Ban Nong Rong, Thailand Lauder Air Flight 004, a Boeing 767, crashed into the jungles of Thailand after the No. 1 reverse thruster inadvertently deployed while the aircraft was at 31,000 feet. All 223 people aboard were killed. (May 26, 1991)
6 Husband places bomb aboard to collect insurance on his wife, Quebec, Canada The wreckage of a Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-3 in Quebec, Canada on which Albert Guay placed a dynamite bomb in order to collect on a 10,000 dollar insurance policy on his wife. All 23 people aboard were killed. He, along with two accomplices were executed for the crime. (September 9, 1949) o.com/w htm
8 Boeing B-767 runs out of fuel after being hijacked, Moroni, Comoros Wreckage of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 767 along a beach on Moroni, Comoros. The plane ran out of fuel and ditched 500 feet offshore after being hijacked. Out of 175 aboard, 125 lost their lives. (November 23, 1996)
9 WARNING! Low flying and departing aircraft blast can cause physical injury.
10 Southwest Airlines narrowly escapes disaster, Burbank, California: The crew of this Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 narrowly averted disaster after the pilot landed too fast and too far down the runway on an unstabilized approach, crashing through the airport barrier fence and coming to rest at a gas station. (March 5, 2000)
16 Aeromexico midair collision with a Piper, Cerritos, California An Aeromexico DC-9 going down over Cerritos, California after colliding with a Piper Archer. All 64 aboard the DC- 9, 3 on the Piper and 15 on the ground were killed. (August 31, 1986)
18 Midair collision between a United Airlines DC-8 and TWA Constellation, Staten Island, New York The wreckage of a United Air Lines DC-8 that crashed into the streets of Brooklyn, New York after colliding with a TWA Super Constellation over Staten Island in All 128 people aboard both planes were killed along with 6 on the ground. The accident occurred after DC-8 flew past its holding pattern at twice the speed it was authorized to go. (December 16, 1960) m/w htm
19 An El Al cargo plane crashes into apartments, Amsterdam, Holland
20 This El Al Boeing 747 cargo plane crashed in Holland, killing all 4 crew members and 47 people on the ground. The aircraft lost its No.3 and 4 engines. The separation of the No. 3 engine was initiated by fatigue (corrosion) in the inboard midspar fuse pin. (October 4, 1992) /w htm
21 LOCKERBIE On December 21, 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing all 259 people on board as well as 11 on the ground. The bomb was hidden in a Toshiba radio-cassette player in a brown Samsonite suitcase.
22 On Tuesday, 25 July 2000 Concorde 203, F-BTSC out bound from Paris to New York crashed 60 seconds after take off after suffering tyre blow out that caused a fuel tank to rupture. All 109 people on board were killed. 4 people in a local hotel on the ground were also killed.
28 Ground Zero
29 American Airlines Airbus A-300 crashes into a residential neighborhood in Queens, New York, killing all 260 aboard and 5 on the ground. (November 12, 2001)