Air Incidents | everything about aviation incidents

Episode 1: Unthinkable - The Überlingen Mid Air Collision

af Air Incidents | everything about aviation incidents | Udgivet 3/30/2021

Two Aircraft collide in mid air. It is the one thing that must not happen. But it did happen 2002 in southern Germany when a Russian passenger plane and a Cargo plane hit each other over lake constance. A complex accident with a complicated reason. 71 lives wer lost that day, with a 72nd to follow two years after the crash. You have feedback or episode ideas? Air Incidents is an interactive podcast. Your feedback is important to us. contact:[email protected]: facebook.com/airincidentspodcastInstagram: instagram.com/airincidentspodcastSo you want to support us? we are on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aircrashpodcastOne time donations are possible through Paypal: https://paypal.me/aircrashpodcastFeel free to visit our partner  www.flight-shop.de by Limox vorbei. They offer an outstanding selection of aircraft models and gadgets Our listeners get 5,- € off their order with the code  ACPC2021

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Welcome to Air Incidents! Hosted by the team of the german Air Crash Podcast, this is the english speaking counterpart of the successful Podcast about aviation incidents, accidents, their investigations and background stories. We explain those incidents in a way, non aviation related people can easily understand. Aviation accidents shock and fascinate equally. We look towards them with respect, curiosity and fear. But is flying really dangerous today? Or are the losses of the past a learning for the future? Most aviation accidents are a concentration of unfortunate circumstances that is highly unlikely. Sarah and Sebastian are hosting the german Air Crash Podcast, one of the leading aviation related Podcasts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. With Air Incidents, they take a step towards a more international audience and present their work also in english. New episodes airing every second Friday. Air incidents is an interactive podcast. We value our listeners and your feedback is what drives us. Most future episodes will have a dedicated feedback section in which we discuss and respond to your feedback. So feel free to contact us. Mail: [email protected] Instagram: air_incidents_podcast Facebook: Air Incidents Podcast