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Rime icing.....and clear icing....either way, modern airplanes have mechanisms to remove the ice.
9 June 1995: Ansett New Zealand Flight 703 from Auckland Airport to Palmerston North crashed...four killed.
9 September 2007: The crew of Scandinavian Airlines Flight 1209: right wing gear collapsed and the airliner skidded off the runway while fragments of the right propeller shot through the cabin and the right engine caught fire (11 injured).
12 September 2007: Scandinavian Airlines Flight 2748: similar problem with the landing gear. Immediately after this incident SAS grounded all their 33 Dash-8/Q400 airliners and, a few hours later, Bombardier recommended that all Dash-8/Q400s with more than 10,000 flights be grounded until further notice.
27 October 2007: Scandinavian Airlines Flight 2867 severe problems with the landing gear during landing in Kastrup Airport. Right wing gear did not deploy properly (or partially), and the aircraft skidded off the runway. The incident is being investigated by the civil aviation administration in Scandinavia and all Dash 8-400 aircraft within the SAS Group are grounded.
21 September 2007: an Augsburg Airlines flight had to abort the landing procedure at Florence airport and return to Münich to perform an emergency landing due to on of the landing gears being stuck.
28 October 2007: the CEO of SAS put all Dash-8 permanently out of traffic.