Image taken July 8, 2021, the forward fuselage of Transair flight 810 is seen as it rests on the ocean floor.

​In this image taken July 8, 2021, the forward fuselage of Transair flight 810 is seen as it rests on the ocean floor about 2 miles from Ewa Beach. Rhoades Aviation Inc., dba Transair, flight 810, a Boeing 737-200, ditched in the waters of Mamala Bay near Honolulu, shortly after takeoff from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, Hawaii, July 2, 2021. The NTSB is investigating the accident. (Image courtesy of Sea Engineering, Inc.)

Transair Flight 810 Crash

Investigation Details

What Happened

​​​​​​​On July 2, 2021, at about 0145 local, Rhoades Aviation Inc, dba TransAir, flight 810, a B737-200, N810TA, reported engine anomalies in both engines and subsequently ditched into Mamala Bay shortly after takeoff from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL), Honolulu, Hawaii. The two flight crew members were rescued, and the airplane was substantially damaged. The flight was operating under 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 121 as a cargo flight from HNL to Kahului International Airport (OGG), Kahului, Hawaii.

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Transair flight 810

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