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At approximately 18:40 UTC (12:40 local time) an Atlas Air 767 operating for Amazon Prime Air crashed into Trinity Bay while on approach to Houston (IAH). Flight 5Y 3591 was operating from Miami.
The flight departed Miami at 16:33UTC (11:33 ET). Last data received from the aircraft was at 18:39 UTC (12:39 CT). The flight was operated by an Atlas Air Boeing 767-375(ER)(BCF) registered N1217A. This aircraft first flew in was converted from a passenger aircraft to cargo and entered service with Atlas in April 2017.
We have downloaded granular ADS-B data from Flightradar24 receivers that tracked 5Y3591. Over 18,000 rows of data were received from the flight from the activation of its transponder in Miami to the loss of signal near Houston.
Vertical speed data
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