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Transair Senegal plane accident - A Boeing 737 with 85 people on board runs off the runway during takeoff from Senegal
9th May, 2024

Date : 9th May, 2024

Airline : Transair Senegal

Aircraft : Boeing 737-38J

Location : Dakar, Senegal

People on board : 85

Fatalities : 0

Transair Senegal plane accident - A Boeing 737 with 85 people on board runs off the runway during takeoff from Senegal<br>9th May, 2024
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Statistics by country

Countries with the highest number of plane accidents over the last 24 months:
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Statistics by plane manufacturer

Plane manufacturer with the highest number of plane accidents over the last 12 months:
- Boeing (3 accidents)

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