An elderly 737 freighter, operated by Hawaiian interisland air cargo carrier Transair, has crashed off Honolulu. Both pilots survived after it went down into the sea shortly after take-off, on a flight to Maui. The 737-200 was built in 1975; the carrier has four of the aircraft type, with an average age of more than 38 years. Transair also has a 737-400, bought in April this year, and currently awaiting conversion to a freighter, according to Planespotters. You can read more at CBS News.

Source: The Loadstar