DC-9 was operated by AMX from 1967 until 2003
CFIT on APP at PVRXA-SOC / DC-9-15 / AMX229
At MMPR VOR Rwy04 Non Prec APP (no DME) while flying at +320 Kts (No limit speed below 10,000')
Flew farther than protection area on initial leg and crash into mountain when turning into final.
Runway over run at MMLOXA-SOF / DC-9-15 / AMX152
Windshear on APP at CUUXA-DEN / DC-9-32 / AMX230
Airplane flew final leg of the approach to runway 36L.
Active thunderstorm in area with windshear conditions.
CFIT at Sierra de GuerreroXA-DEO / DC-9-32 / AMX110
Crew experienced depressurization and started a rapid descent maneuver.
Emergency procedure steps were not correctly executed.
Speed-brakes not retracted created repeatedly stalling conditions.
Airplane crashed near ZIH at 6,000' in the "Sierra de Guerrero".
Midair crash overflying Cerritos, Ca. USAXA-JED / DC-9-32 / AMX498
Aeroméxico flight 498 was a scheduled passenger flight from Mexico City to Los Angeles, with intermediate stops at Guadalajara, Loreto and Tijuana.
The DC-9, departed Tijuana and proceeded toward Los Angeles at FL100.
Just three minutes earlier Piper PA-28-181 Cherokee N4891F departed Torrance Airport, CA for a VFR flight to Big Bear, CA. Piper collided with AMX498 over Cerritos at an altitude of about 6560 feet.
Vehicle incursion/collisionXA-AMF / DC9-32 /
A motor grader collided with the left wing of the aircraft.
The motor grader coming from the left was not on the marked roadway nor in contact with the ATC.
MMMX Landing TailstrikeXA-DEJ / DC9-32
Late ATC change of runway from 05R to 05L, created unstable approach conditions with increased descent path.
Airplane landed smoothly on runway but with a too high pitch condition.
Engines hit the floor and were damaged.
MMRX Runway over runN936ML / DC9-31 / AMX250 / MEX-REX
During adverse weather conditions on a non-precision approach, a high approach with excessive speed and long landing on a waterlogged runway resulted on an overrun.
MMMY Runway over runXA-AMF / DC9-32 / AMX254 / MMGL-MMMY
The DC-9 overran the runway after completion of a second approach, causing the nose gear to collapse. Local authorities reported that the landing threshold for runway 29 had been displaced 900 meters due to the construction of a taxiway, leaving 2,100 meters of usable runway.