Local June 22, 2022 | 6:58 am

No fatalities in Miami airline crash

Santo Domingo.- The airline Red Air reported Tuesday night about the accident of one of its planes flying from the Dominican Republic to Miami, United States, which crashed at 5:45 in the afternoon with 130 passengers and 10 crew members.  At least three people were injured.

Flight L5-203 presented technical difficulties after landing at Miami International Airport (MIA), indicates a statement from the airline.

“We want to report that the 130 passengers and 10 crew members were evacuated and treated according to the established protocols and the due processes applicable to these cases have been complied with.”

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Mr. Sensible
June 22, 2022 8:00 am

Flight L5-203 presented technical difficulties after landing at Miami International Airport (MIA)”…but hey…lets just fly it anyways. We will fix it later.

nicholas
June 22, 2022 9:05 am
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the “Dominican way”…for this reason all hope is lost for this airline.

Paul Tierney
June 22, 2022 8:34 am

Glad there were no fatalities.

This is not a good omen for the airline. Wish it the best.

Because it is a foreign startup airline in the eyes of the FAA its whole operations, staffing, and fleet will be investigated with a fine tooth comb by it. Especially, because it happened on US soil. If it does survive an investigation showing results there was no negligence or fault of equipment or negligent operation of aircraft there may be hope the airline will continue operations.

Tom Jones
June 22, 2022 9:03 am

The old PAWA Airline