Helios Airways 737 crash

Helios Airways 737 crash

Revealed: how flight attendant battled in vain to save flight 522

A FLIGHT attendant on board the doomed Cypriot airliner that crashed earlier this month struggled to gain control of the plane and tried to send a distress call minutes before it slammed into the ground, killing all 121 people on board, according to a preliminary report released yesterday.

Child survived impact from Greek crash

A CHILD of about five or six survived the initial impact of the Greek plane crash which killed 121 people.

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Cypriot jet crash victims were alive at impact, say coroners

THE co-pilot and at least 25 of the passengers of the Cypriot jet which hit a Greek mountain on Sunday were alive on impact, coroners have said.

Girl, 4, the youngest victim of disaster on flight 522

A GIRL of four was the youngest of two dozen children killed in the Cypriot plane crash, it emerged yesterday - but 48 others feared dead in the disaster were safe on an earlier flight.

Police raid offices of airline after disaster on flight 522

POLICE last night raided the offices of Helios Airways in the coastal city of Larnaca, near Cyprus international airport, a day after one of its passenger jets crashed in Greece, killing all 121 on board.

Air crash victims 'frozen solid' say salvage workers

BODIES recovered from a Cypriot airliner which crashed over Greece were found "frozen solid", it emerged today.

Best-selling commercial aircraft has 'good' record on safety

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