All new Air Crash Investigation on Nat Geo
New episodes of Air Crash Investigation are coming to National Geographic Channel, Mondays from March 11 at 7.30pm.
Check out the episode guide below:
Air Crash Investigation: Pushed To The Limit
Monday March 11 at 7.30pm
When SilkAir Flight 185 crashed into the remote jungles of Indonesia, investigators first suspected mechanical failure – but the full story is more disturbing than anyone could have imagined.
Air Crash Investigation: Blind Landing
Monday March 18 at 7.30pm
The investigation into the deadly crash of TANS Peru Flight 204 is made exponentially harder when looters make off with the black box recorder. What caused the plane to literally drop out of the sky?
has been stripped clean and nothing of value left inside. Can they still find a way to make some cash?
Air Crash Investigation: Grand Canyon Disaster
Monday March 25 at 7.30pm
In 1956, a mid-air collision sends two planes crashing into the Grand Canyon. Armed only with the rudimentary tools of the time, investigators must determine what caused the crash.
Air Crash Investigation: America’s Deadliest
Premieres Monday April 1 at 7.30pm
Seconds after Flight 191 lifts off from Chicago, the left engine suddenly falls off and the plane crashes moments later. Why did one of the most popular planes in the sky break apart?
Air Crash Investigation: Fatal Fixation
Premieres Monday April 15 at 7.30pm
After United Airlines Flight 173 loses all four engines and crash-lands in Portland, Oregon, it’s up to investigators to figure out how a landing gear problem could have brought down a plane.
Air Crash Investigation: Lokolotiv Hockey Team Disaster
Premieres Monday April 22 at 7.30pm
A plane carrying one of Russia’s most popular hockey teams runs off the end of the tarmac and crashes into the Volga River, leaving investigators struggle to determine what went wrong.
Air Crash Investigation: Death Of The President
Premieres Monday April 29 at 7.30pm
Polish President Lech Kaczynski is killed after his plane crashes in heavy fog. At first it seems like pilot error is to blame, but investigators soon learn that there’s a lot more to this accident.