23 people injured in crash-landing of Air Canada A320 at Halifax

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Air Canada Provides Update #3 on AC624

Air Canada provides the following update on flight AC624:

Air Canada confirms that all but one of the passengers and crew admitted to area hospitals for observation and treatment have now been released.

We at Air Canada are greatly relieved that no one was critically injured. Yet we fully appreciate this has been a very unsettling experience for our customers and their families, as well as our employees, and we are focused on caring for all those affected. We will also fully cooperate with the Transportation Safety Board as it begins an investigation to determine the cause,” said Klaus Goersch, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Air Canada.

Additional Air Canada management personnel have arrived in Halifax to provide assistance to passengers and their families.

No further details are available at this time, however Air Canada will provide regular updates on Twitter and on its website at aircanada.com as warranted.

Family members who seek information about passengers on Flight AC624 may telephone Air Canada at 1-800-961-7099.

Flight AC624, an Airbus A320 carrying 133 passengers and five crew, was involved in an incident upon landing at Halifax International Airport, Nova Scotia. The incident occurred at approximately 24:43 AT Sunday March 29 (23:43 ET March 28).

Air Canada Provides Update #2 on AC624

Air Canada provides the following update on flight AC624:

Air Canada confirms that 18 passengers of the 23 passengers and crew admitted to area hospitals for observation and treatment of minor injuries have been released from hospital. Further updates will be provided.

Air Canada personnel are on site to provide assistance to passengers and additional management personnel are currently en route to Halifax to assist.

No further details are available at this time, however Air Canada will provide regular updates on Twitter and on its website at aircanada.com as information becomes known.

Family members who seek information about passengers on Flight AC624 may telephone Air Canada at 1-800-961-7099.

Flight AC624, an Airbus A320 carrying 133 passengers and five crew, was involved in an incident upon landing at Halifax International Airport, Nova Scotia. The incident occurred at approximately 24:43 AT Sunday March 29 (23:43 ET March 28).

Air Canada will be cooperating fully with authorities in their investigation.


Air Canada provides Update on AC624

Air Canada provides the following update on flight AC624, an Airbus A320, that was involved in an incident upon landing at Halifax International Airport, Nova Scotia. The incident occurred at approximately 24:43 AT Sunday March 29 (23:43 ET March 28).

The passenger list indicates the airplane was carrying 133 passengers and 5 crew members.

All passengers and crew deplaned the aircraft. Air Canada can confirm that 23 passengers and crew sustained non-life threatening injuries and have been transported to local hospitals for observation and treatment.

Air Canada personnel are currently on site providing assistance to passengers and additional Air Canada teams are on their way.

No further details are available at this time, however Air Canada will provide regular updates on Twitter and on its website at aircanada.com as information becomes known.

Air Canada will be cooperating fully with authorities in their investigation.

1 COMMENT

  1. The VP of Air Canada maintains it is a hard landing and not a crash landing. However, looking at the plane, I have my doubts….

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