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3 aircraft accidents in Philippines since 2000

List of the 3 aircraft accidents in Philippines since 2000 :

Interisland Airlines Antonov 12BP  crash
Date :
Airline : Interisland Airlines
Aircraft : Antonov AN-12BP
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Location : Mexico, Philippines
People on board : 6
Fatalities : 3
Interisland Airlines Antonov 12BP with 6 people onboard crashes in Philippines
The ATMA Airlines Antonov AN-12, operating for Interisland airlines on behalf of UPS, took off from Mactan, Philippines, for a cargo flight to Angeles, Philippines. 6 crewmembers were onboard.…
Laoag Airlines Fokker F-27 Friendsh crash
Date :
Airline : Laoag Airlines
Aircraft : Fokker F-27 Friendsh
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Location : Manila, Philippines
People on board : 34
Fatalities : 19
Laoag Airlines Fokker F-27 Friendsh with 34 people onboard crashes in Philippines
The aircraft departed runway 31 Manila's domestic airport for a scheduled passenger flight to the northern province of Laoag. Shortly after takeoff, trouble developed with the aircraft's left…
Air Philippines Boeing 737 crash
Date :
Airline : Air Philippines
Aircraft : Boeing 737-2H4
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Location : Davao, Philippines
People on board : 131
Fatalities : 131
Air Philippines Boeing 737 with 131 people onboard crashes in Philippines
The plane was on a passenger flight to Davao (Philippines). It had been cleared for approach to runway 23 at Davao. Shortly after the crew reported 7 NM on final, the aircraft crashed into…

Criteria for the inclusion of an airplane accident in our database

All airplane crashes that happened since January 1st 2000 and matching all the following criteria are part of this database:

  • The accident involves at least one public transport airplane. A flight is considered as public transport when it carries, from point A to point B, passengers or cargo for commercial purposes. Public transport operators must hold a national air operator’s certificate and an operating licence.
  • The accident involves at least one airplane having a maximum take off weight equal or more than 12,000 lb (5,7 tons). This corresponds to the definition of a large aeroplane in the sense of the civil aviation regulation. Airplanes in this category comply with more stringent regulations.
  • The accident resulted in a hull loss of at least one public transport airplane. Hull loss means the airplane is damage beyond repairs.

A few events in that database don’t match with those criteria, such as relevant events of flight tests aircraft, or military transport planes.