On 3 March 2007 at around 16:40 local time, an LFH Britten-Norman Islander (registered D-ILFB) overshot the runway at Ruhnu Airfield in Estonia during a poor-weather landing following a domestic flight from Pärnu. The aircraft was destroyed when it crashed into trees, but the pilot and the two passengers on board survived the accident.
Another one of the company's Islanders, registered D-ILFC, was damaged in a landing incident at Wangerooge on 29 June 2009. The aircraft, with one pilot and five passengers on board, was on a short 5-minute flight from Harle when the pilot had to abort landing twice because he was blinded by the sun. At the second go-around attempt, the aircraft slammed hard into the runway, destroying the left landing gear and substantially damaging the left wing. The pilot managed to get airborne again and performed a successful emergency landing at nearby Jever Air Base. There were no injuries.