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Passenger jets are parked at the Swiss Airforce base in Duebendorf, which is used by those travelling to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January 2016.

Davos says it is focusing on the climate crisis, but its billionaires and world leaders are still arriving on private jets

Aviation is expected to contribute to 22% of our carbon emissions by 2050, the World Economic Forum says it is offsetting the event's jet emissions.
A composite image showing a screenshot of a video of the Delta plane dumping fuel and children covering their noses and mouths as they leave Park Avenue Elementary School on Tuesday.

A Delta plane injured 26 people by dumping fuel over an elementary school — here’s why planes dump fuel, and how they usually try and avoi...

Delta Flight 89 dumped jet fuel over a Los Angeles elementary school, causing minor injuries to children and adults on Tuesday.
Search and rescue works are conducted in Iran after a Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 crashed after takeoff on Wednesday.

Everything we know so far about the Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 crash in Iran

New video verified by The New York Times showed that two missiles struck the plane, setting it on fire before it crashed and killed everyone aboard.
An Iranian man holds-up a placard at a demonstration in Tehran on January 11 2020 for the victims of the Flight 752 crash.

Iranian protesters angry over the downing of Ukrainian Flight 752 claim they were met with bullets and tear gas, as police deny shooting demonstrators...

Protesters took aim at Iran's leadership over the weekend after Iran admitted to shooting down a commercial plane, killing 176, after days of denial.
A member of a rescue team walks among debris from a plane belonging to Ukraine International Airlines, that crashed after a take-off from Iran's Imam Khomeini airport, on the outskirts of Tehran, Iran January 8, 2020

How the crash of Ukrainian Flight 752 unfolded, from the plunge that killed 176 people, to allegations it was shot down by an Iranian missile

Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 crashed just minutes after taking off from Tehran, Iran on Wednesday morning, on its way to Kyiv.
A member of a rescue team walks among debris from a plane belonging to Ukraine International Airlines, that crashed after a take-off from Iran's Imam Khomeini airport, on the outskirts of Tehran, Iran January 8, 2020

Iran is doubling down in calling allegations that it shot down Flight 752 a ‘big lie,’ accusing the US of carrying out a ‘psychologi...

Both the US and Canada say their intelligence indicates an Iranian missile shot down Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 on Wednesday.
Rescue workers search the scene where the Ukrainian plane crashed on January 8 2020.

Ukraine is investigating if the plane that crashed in Iran killing 176 people was brought down by a missile or terrorist attack

Iran has dismissed the idea of a terror attack or missile saying the Ukraine International Airlines plane appeared to have an unnamed technical issue.
Debris of Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 near Tehran airport on January 8 2020.

Ukrainian Flight 752 was on fire and seemed to be turning back before it crashed in Iran and killed 176 people, the first report into the disaster sai...

Iran's first report into the Ukraine International Airlines crash said the jet encountered unnamed technical problems, though speculation remains.
Workers inspect the debris from the Ukraine International Airlines plane, that crashed after take-off from Iran's Imam Khomeini airport on January 8, 2020.

These are the unanswered questions about the crash of a Ukrainian plane in Iran that killed 176 people

There is still speculation that the flight could have been shot down. Information about what happened on board and to the victims are yet to emerge.
An Air France Boeing 777 plane.

A child’s body was found in the landing gear of an Air France plane that flew from the Ivory Coast to Paris

People seeking asylum sometimes hide in planes' landing gear in a desperate bid to reach other countries, but the journey is highly dangerous.