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Antoine road near Picardie, France, killing all seven people on both aircraft. This is the first mid-air collision of two airliners. Both members of crew and all five passengers are killed. This is the first in-flight fire occurring on an airliner.
As a result of the crash Imperial Airways stopped the flying of staff so-called joy rides on test flights. Three of the five occupants are killed. October 5 — On its maiden voyage from England to British India, the British civil airship R crashes and burns in Allonne, Oise, France, while flying at low altitude at night in a rainstorm, killing 48 out of 54 on board, the worst civil airship disaster in history.
October 10 — The United Airlines crash near Chesterton: December 30 — In the Imperial Airways Ruysselede crash in Belgium, an Avro Ten collides with a radio mast, killing all 10 on board. The political aftermath transforms U.
August 5 — Chicago and Southern Flight 4a Lockheed Model 10 Electra, crashes after takeoff due to pilot error, killing all eight on board. Five of the 13 people aboard die, including famed adventurer, author and filmmaker, Martin Johnson.
February 19 — An Australian National Airways Stinson Model A suffers controlled flight into terrain in Queenslandkilling four of the seven people on board. All 13 passengers and crew are killed. May 6 — The Zeppelin Hindenburg bursts into flames and crashes while attempting a landing at Naval Air Engineering Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey, United States; of the 97 people on board, 35 are killed; one person on the ground also dies.
October 30 — American Airlines Flight 1 a Douglas DC-3, stalls and crashes at Lawrence Station, Ontario, Canada while attempting to find a place to land, killing all 20 on board; the cause of the crash is never determined. October 30 — Northwest Airlines Flight 5a Douglas DC-3, crashes at Moorhead, Minnesota in fog due to icing; of the 15 on board, only the pilot survived.
Army Air Corps Lockheed B bomber; all 12 aboard the airliner die, while the bomber lands safely with minor damage. EnglishCommander, Submarines, U. July 28 — American Airlines Flight 63 Flagship Ohioa Douglas DC-3, loses control due to severe turbulence and violent downdrafts and crashes near Trammel, Kentucky, United States, killing 20 out of 22 people on board.
October 15 — American Airlines Flight 63 Flagship Missouria DC-3, crashes near Centerville, Tennessee, United States, killing all eight passengers and three crewmembers, after ice formed on its wings and propellers. The accident was caused by a fatigue crack in a wing spar. One of the 24 on the DC-3 and one of the two on the A die.
November 3 — The prototype Boeingnamed the Honolulu Clippermakes an emergency landing in the Pacific miles east of Oahu due to double engine failure; the aircraft is intentionally sunk after salvage was deemed impractical; all 26 passengers on board survive.
August 7 — British European Airways Flighta Douglas C, crashes into Mistberget mountain near Eidsvoll, Norway; killing three of five crew; all 10 passengers survived. October 3 — An American Overseas Airlines Douglas C crashes into mountainous terrain after takeoff from Stephenville, Newfoundland, killing all 39 passengers and crew on board.
All 5 occupants survive the crash without injury. December 28 — TWA Flighta Lockheed L Constellationcrashes near Shannon Airport due to an inaccurate altimeter caused by maintenance errors, killing nine of 23 on board. January 12 — Eastern Air Lines Flighta Douglas C, crashes into high ground near Galax, Virginia after the pilot became disorientated, killing all but one of 19 aboard.
May 30 — Eastern Air Lines Flighta Douglas DC-4, loses control and crashes near Bainbridge, Maryland, United States, killing all 53 passengers and crew on board in the deadliest airliner crash in United States history at the time. All 32 passengers and crew are killed.Lists of accidents and incidents involving military aircraft References [ edit ] ^ Pocock, Chris, "50 Years of the U The Complete Illustrated History of the 'Dragon Lady' ", Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., Atglen, Pennsylvania, Library of Congress card number , ISBN .
Seventy-four accidents involved general aviation aircraft and one accident involved a regional airline aircraft.
One hundred and sixty-two deaths resulted from the accidents. Most of the accidents (57 of 75) involved single-engine aircraft. Accidents to rotary wing aircraft, gliders and sport aviation aircraft were excluded.
Type of operation. Number Of Fatal Accidents (Civil Aircraft with 19 or More Passengers) Source: caninariojana.com Number Of Fatalties (Civil Aircraft with 19 or More Passengers).
1. All accidents involving 49 CFR Parts and air carriers. 2. Accidents involving public (i.e. government) aircraft (except military). 3. Foreign aircraft accidents involving U.S.
airlines and/or U.S.-manufactured transport aircraft or major component. 4. This article is a list of accidents and incidents involving commercial aircraft and is grouped by the years in which the accidents and incidents occurred. The aircraft struck a Whistling Swan tearing off the left horizontal stabilizer.
09/15/ Bahar Dar, Ethiopia: Ethiopian AL: Engine failure due to ingestion of Columbia Guinea birds causing a crash. 04/18/ Off Panama: Aero Perlas: Crashed on takeoff due to engine failure caused by bird ingestion.