Irish Sea Airliner Crash – Almost 50 Years on the Mystery Remains

March 28, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE IRISH SEA AIRLINER CRASH ALMOST 50 YEARS ON THE MYSTERY REMAINS The airliner tragedy this week provoked swift action by governments and the airline and within days grieving relatives of some sense of what unfolded in the last

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Another Crash For Troubled Jet Trainer

August 26, 2011

There has been a further accident involving an RAF Hawk T1A trainer jet, a type which operates extensively over the Celtic country and the safety record of which the Celtic League has consistently raised concerns over. In the latest incident an aircraft attached

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Scotland: Tornado Accidents RAF Reply

March 31, 2011

SCOTLAND: TORNADO ACCIDENTS RAF REPLY The RAF has responded to Celtic League concerns expressed following accidents involving a number of Tornado aircraft during military exercises over Scotland in February (see link below): The full text of the RAF reply is set out

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Ground Crash Jets Query To MoD

February 17, 2011

The Celtic League has asked the United Kingdom Defence Minister if his department has considered grounding RAF Tornado fighter-bombers. The query comes after two of the aircraft recently crashed in Scotland. The first incident in January occurred when a Tornado crashed into the

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Obsolete Fighter Bomber Crashes In Scotland

January 28, 2011

An RAF Tornado fighter-bomber has crashed whilst on exercise off North-West Scotland. UK Coastguards said they were alerted to an incident involving the aircraft at Loch Ewe, near Gairloch, Wester Ross, at 2.45pm today. The two man crew of the aircraft ejected safely

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