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   * Aeromexico EI-DRA: Attempted hijacking in 2009. 5 hijackers arrested, no injuries.   * Aeromexico EI-DRA: Attempted hijacking in 2009. 5 hijackers arrested, no injuries.
 +  * Aer Lingus EI-ORD: Very nearly struck US Airways N394US on the Logan airport runway in 2005, only expert flying avoided an enormous tragedy.
 +  * Air Transat C-GPAT: Lost rudder control shortly after takeoff in 2005, returned to the airport without injuries.
   * British Airways G-VIIO: Engine fire on takeoff from Las Vegas McCarran in 2015. Takeoff was aborted and there were only minor injuries.   * British Airways G-VIIO: Engine fire on takeoff from Las Vegas McCarran in 2015. Takeoff was aborted and there were only minor injuries.
   * CanJet C-FTCZ: Of all the failed hijackings, this might be the most failed. Hijacked in 2009 while on the ground in Jamaica, hijacker subdued... while still on the ground. No injuries.   * CanJet C-FTCZ: Of all the failed hijackings, this might be the most failed. Hijacked in 2009 while on the ground in Jamaica, hijacker subdued... while still on the ground. No injuries.
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   * Emirates A6-ERG: Tailstrike during takeoff in 2009. The aircraft received fairly significant damage but was still repaired. Both pilots were made to resign.   * Emirates A6-ERG: Tailstrike during takeoff in 2009. The aircraft received fairly significant damage but was still repaired. Both pilots were made to resign.
   * Ethiopian Airlines ET-AMF: Hijacked by copilot in 2014 and used to defect to Switzerland. Despite the dramatic international incident and the involvement of several country'​s Air Forces, the unauthorized landing was uneventful with no injuries. The copilot was granted asylum.   * Ethiopian Airlines ET-AMF: Hijacked by copilot in 2014 and used to defect to Switzerland. Despite the dramatic international incident and the involvement of several country'​s Air Forces, the unauthorized landing was uneventful with no injuries. The copilot was granted asylum.
 +  * JetBlue N536JB: Carried out an emergency landing due to jammed landing gear in 2005. This flight received quite a bit of live TV coverage while it circled to burn off fuel. There were no fatalities and the aircraft was returned to service.
   * Korean Air HL7534: ​ Engine failure and resulting fire during takeoff at Haneda Airport in 2016. The takeoff was aborted and there were no deaths and only 12 injuries.   * Korean Air HL7534: ​ Engine failure and resulting fire during takeoff at Haneda Airport in 2016. The takeoff was aborted and there were no deaths and only 12 injuries.
   * Max Air 5N-HMB: Was Qantas VH-OJK, depressurized in midair after an oxygen tank exploded. Descended fast enough to avoid any injuries, despite a rather dramatically hole nearly 2 meters across.   * Max Air 5N-HMB: Was Qantas VH-OJK, depressurized in midair after an oxygen tank exploded. Descended fast enough to avoid any injuries, despite a rather dramatically hole nearly 2 meters across.
   * Southwest Airlines N387SW: Developed a hole in fuselage and depressurized in the air in 2009. There were only minor injuries, but this turned out not to be an isolated incident...   * Southwest Airlines N387SW: Developed a hole in fuselage and depressurized in the air in 2009. There were only minor injuries, but this turned out not to be an isolated incident...
   * Southwest Airlines N632SW: Developed a hole in fuselage and depressurized in the air in 2011, starting a major investigation into possible manufacturing problems in some Boeing 737s. There were only minor injuries and the aircraft was repaired and returned to service.   * Southwest Airlines N632SW: Developed a hole in fuselage and depressurized in the air in 2011, starting a major investigation into possible manufacturing problems in some Boeing 737s. There were only minor injuries and the aircraft was repaired and returned to service.
 +  * Southwest Airlines N286WN: Slid off a runway in snow at Baltimore-Washington in 2005. No one on board was injured, but one unlucky person on the ground was killed. There was minimal damage to the aircraft.
   * Tianjin Airlines B-3171: Involved in a major hijacking attempt in 2012. Passengers and crew subdued the hijackers, but two of the four aggressors died of their injuries. Aircraft undamaged.   * Tianjin Airlines B-3171: Involved in a major hijacking attempt in 2012. Passengers and crew subdued the hijackers, but two of the four aggressors died of their injuries. Aircraft undamaged.
 +  * US Airways N394US: Very nearly struck Aer Lingus EI-ORD on the Logan airport runway in 2005, only expert flying avoided an enormous tragedy.