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Who has survived the most plane crashes?
Two years after surviving a plane crash Randy is still having flashbacks and sleep problems It is most likely that Randy is suffering from?
PTSD/Posttraumatic stress disorder
air France crashed most times.
What is the book called where these kids are in a plane crash and they have to survive on an island?
Lord of the Flies.
None. although one did not die right away. the other eight died instantly from the explosions.
At the time, the band had 10 on-stage members: Ronnie Van Zant, Cassie Gaines, Steve Gaines, Artimus Pyle, Billy Powell, Leon Wilkeson, Allen Collins, Leslie Hawkins, Gary Ros…sington, and Jo Jo Billingsley. Jo Jo Billingsley was not on the plane. Ronnie Van Zant, Cassie Gaines, and Steve Gaines died, along with their road manager Dean Kilpatrick, and the pilot and co-pilot. Artimus Pyle, Allen Collins, Leslie Hawkins, Billy Powell, Gary Rossington, and Leon Wilkeson survived, but with very serious injuries. The Related Link below is a great source of information about the band and the crash.
Car crash. Sadly, its true. Planes rarely crash but depending on where the crash is it can give you almost no chance of surviving, like the oceans. Less people die from car… crashes then plane crashes a year, but don't worry about it. The chance of being in a crashing plane are 1 in 11 million, so if your going on a plane ride, don't worry.
well major plane crash was delta airlines wich landed on Hudson bay but little planes crash every other day
Actually, there were two: James Alexander (not on the plane) and Ben Cauley (survived the crash).
Astronomical! Depends on the point of impact, the type of aircraft, where you are sitting in the aircraft, amount of fuel on-board, location of crash, and last but not least, …your willingness to survive!
George HW Bush survived four plane crashes. He was a naval aviator in WWII. He became a naval aviator three days before turning 19, which made him the youngest naval aviator b…ack then.
In John McCain
On June 6, 2011 a DHL cargo plane attempting to land at Liberville Airport in Gabon; the crew and one passenger survived after the plane was ditched in water near the airport …due to engine malfunction. On May 24, 2011 an Air Services Pvt. Ltd. plane crashed into the roof of a building in Faridabad City, India while transporting a patient to Apollo Hospital. All seven aboard and three people on the ground perished in this accident. On May 18, 2011 a SOL Lineas Aereas passenger flight crashed near Prahuaniyeu, Argentina after a distress call. All of the 22 people on board died in the crash. May 7, 2011 a Merpati Nusantara Airlines turboprop plane crashed into the sea in bad weather near Kaimana, Indonesia. All of the 27 people on board died in the crash. On April 4, 2011 a United Nations plane, leased from Geogian Airways, crashed in Kinshasa, Congo while attempting to land in the rain. 32 of the 33 on board died in the crash. The most recent crash of a major airline was on January 8, 2011 an Iran Air plane crashed in bad weather while making an approach to the airport near Orumiyeh, Iran. 77 of the 105 on board died in the crash. Another was on January 1, 2011 when a Kogalmavia flight exploded as it taxied for take off at Surgut, Russia. Only three of the 124 on borad were killed, with 24 injured. The link below records air crashes around the world.
Maybe Eisenhower, he was an Army General, and was briefly assigned to the Air Corps as it then was known,. Generals get around. maybe he did survive four accidental-or non…-accidental (Battle damage) crashes. I have never heard this argued before. Ike was briefly qualified as an air pilot in the AAF but was best known as a Ground Pounder (Ground Army Man).
There is a book called Hatchet with that same plot, but I don't know if they made it into a movie or not... It is called "A Cry in the Wild"!