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Air Transat Flight 236 was an Air Transat route between Toronto, Canada and Lisbon, Portugal. On August 24, 2001, flown by Captain Robert Piché and First Officer Dirk de Jager, the flight ran out of fuel over the Atlantic Ocean with 306 people (293 passengers and 13 crew) aboard. The flight crew managed to glide the unpowered aircraft to a successful emergency landing in the Azores with no loss of life. Most of the passengers on the flight were Canadians visiting Europe and Portuguese.


Les pilotes d'Air Transat acceptent un gel de salaire - Canoë

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