FedEx Flights 14 & 80 Crash Recreations

On 31 July 1997, FedEx Express Flight 14 crashes at Newark Liberty International Airport, United States. On landing, the McDonnell Douglas MD-11F bounces, rolls to the right and flips over, bursting into flames. All five of the people on board survive. On 23 March 2009, FedEx Express Flight 80 crashes on landing at Narita International Airport, Japan, in similar circumstances to that of Flight 14. Both of the pilots are killed in the incident. Investigators concluded both pilots were suffering from fatigue. 

FedEx Flight 80 ANIMATION

On 23 March 2009, FedEx Express Flight 80 crashes on landing at Narita International Airport, Japan, in similar circumstances to that of FedEx Flight 14 in Newark, NJ. This animation was created from the Flight Data Computer and actual airport surveillance video.

FedEx Flight 80 Actual Crash Landing 

On 23 March 2009, FedEx Express Flight 80 crashes on landing at Narita International Airport, Japan, in similar circumstances to that of FedEx Flight 14 in Newark, NJ.. The crew was suffering from fatigue.

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