Pilots Survive Australian 737 Fire Bomber Crash

Coulson Aviation 737-300
Credit: Coulson Aviation
SINGAPORE—Two pilots have survived after the Boeing 737-300 firefighting tanker they were flying crashed while on a mission in Western Australia. The aircraft—reg. N619SW, s/n 28035—operated by Coulson Aviation was responding to a bushfire at Fitzgerald River National Park on the afternoon of Feb. 6...

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