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China General Aviation Flight 7552
China General Aviation
China General Aviation
Flight 7552 was a China General Aviation
China General Aviation
flight from Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport
Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport
to Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport. On July 31, 1992, the Yakovlev 42D
Yakovlev 42D
on the route crashed into a pond past the runway after taking off. 8 of the 10 crew members and 100 of the 116 passengers died.[note 1][1] Notes[edit]^ a b The number of fatalities was reported as 107 by Chinese media. Most international organizations and media reported 108 fatalities.References[edit]China portal Aviation portal Disasters portal 1990s portal^ "ASN Aircraft accident Yakovlev 42D
Yakovlev 42D
B-2755 Nanking Airport (NKG)." Aviation Safety Network
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Pilot Error
Pilot error
Pilot error
(sometimes called cockpit error) is a term used to describe a decision, action or inaction by a pilot or crew of an aircraft determined to be a cause or contributing factor to an accident or incident
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Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport
Xiamen
Xiamen
Gaoqi International Airport (IATA: XMN, ICAO: ZSAM) is the airport serving the city of Xiamen
Xiamen
in Fujian
Fujian
Province, China. It is the main base of XiamenAir
XiamenAir
and TAECO, an aircraft maintenance provider
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Aviation Safety Network
The Aviation Safety Network (ASN) is a website that keeps track of aviation accidents, incidents, and hijackings. Their database contains details of over 10,700 reports. The ASN includes an aviation database with aviation investigations, news, photos, and statistics.[1] See also[edit]SAFO, Safety Alert for OperatorsReferences[edit]^ a b "About ASN". Aviation Safety Network. Archived from the original on 23 April 2011. Retrieved 26 April 2011.  ^ "aviation-safety.net Traffic Statistics". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2017-06-29. External links[edit]Aviation Safety Network ASN WikiBase for user submitted accidents (smaller aircraft)This World Wide Web-related article is a stub
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Aviation Accidents And Incidents
An aviation accident is defined by the Convention on International Civil Aviation Annex 13 as an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft, which takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight until all such persons have disembarked, where a person is fatally or seriously injured, the aircraft sustains damage or structural failure or the aircraft is missing or is completely inaccessible.[1] If the aircraft is destroyed or severely damaged so that it must be written off, it is further defined as a hull loss accident.[2] Annex 13 further defines an aviation incident as an occurrence, other than an accident, associated with the operation of an aircraft which affects or could affect the safety of operation.[1] The first fatal aviation accident was the crash of a Rozière balloon near Wimereux, France, on June 15, 1785, killing its inventor
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Aircraft Registration
Every civil aircraft must be marked prominently on its exterior by an alphanumeric string, indicating its country of registration and its unique serial number. This code must also appear in its Certificate of Registration, issued by the relevant National Aviation Authority (NAA). An aircraft can only be registered once, in one jurisdiction.Contents1 Legal provisions 2 Choice of aircraft registry 3 International standards 4 Country-specific usage4.1 United States5 Decolonisation
Decolonisation
and independence 6 Registration prefixes and patterns by countries 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksLegal provisions[edit] In accordance with the Convention on International Civil Aviation (also known as the Chicago Convention), all civil aircraft must be registered with a national aviation authority (NAA) using procedures set by each country
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Martinair Flight 495
Martinair Flight 495 was a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 operated by Dutch airline Martinair, that crash-landed in severe weather conditions at Faro Airport, Portugal, on 21 December 1992. The aircraft carried 13 crew members and 327 passengers, mainly holidaymakers from the Netherlands. 54 passengers and 2 crew members died[1] and 106 of the other occupants were badly injured.Contents1 Aircraft 2 Description 3 Causes 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksAircraft[edit] The aircraft involved was a McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30CF, registered PH-MBN, which was built in 1975 wearing the serial number 46924.[2] It was delivered to Martinair on 26 November 1975. However, Martinair leased it out to three Asian airlines from October 1979 to September 1981
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Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 1103
Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 1103 was a Boeing 727-2L5[note 1] with 10 crew and 147 passengers on board that disintegrated on 22 December 1992. It is the deadliest aircraft crash to occur in Libya.[1]Contents1 Crash 2 Investigation 3 Aftermath 4 Notes 5 ReferencesCrash[edit] On 22 December 1992 Flight 1103 took off from Benina International Airport near Benghazi on a domestic flight to Tripoli International Airport
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China Southern Airlines Flight 3943
China Southern Airlines Flight 3943 was a China Southern Airlines flight from the former Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, Guangzhou to Guilin Qifengling Airport, Guilin, China on 24 November 1992. It crashed on descent to Guilin Airport, killing all 141 aboard.Contents1 Aircraft 2 Accident 3 Nationalities 4 References 5 External linksAircraft[edit] The aircraft involved in the accident was a Boeing 737-3Y0, registration B-2523, that was equipped with a twin CFMI CFM56-3B-1 powerplant. With serial number 24913, it had its maiden flight on 10 May 1991 and was delivered new to China Southern Airlines on 23 May the same year.[1] The airframe was 1 year and 198 days old at the time of the accident, and had logged 4,165 flight hours and 3,153 cycles.[2] Accident[edit] Flight 3943 departed Guangzhou on a 55-minute flight to Guilin
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Mandala Airlines Flight 660
Mandala Airlines
Mandala Airlines
Flight 660 was a scheduled passenger flight on 24 July 1992 which crashed in Indonesia
Indonesia
into a mountain on Ambon Island as it attempted to land at Pattimura Airport
Pattimura Airport
in a heavy thunderstorm. Pilot error
Pilot error
and windshear were blamed for the crash.[1] Aircraft[edit] The aircraft was a Vickers Viscount 816
Vickers Viscount 816
serial number 434, which first flew on 8 June 1959.[2] It was delivered on 17 June 1959 to Trans Australia Airlines and named McDouall Stuart after an Australian explorer.[2] By 1974 it had been bought by Mandala Airlines
Mandala Airlines
with the registration PK-RVU and name Nias.[2] References[edit]^ "AirDisaster.Com " Accident Database " Accident Synopsis " 07241992".  ^ a b c Roach/Eastwood 1990, p
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Vietnam Airlines Flight 474
Vietnam Airlines Flight 474 crashed on approach to Nha Trang Airport on 14 November 1992 during Cyclone Forrest
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Merpati Nusantara Airlines Flight 5601
Merpati Nusantara Airlines Flight 5601 (MNA5601/MZ5601) was a domestic scheduled passenger flight, that departed Achmad Yani International Airport, Semarang, Indonesia bound for Husein Sastranegara International Airport, Bandung, Indonesia. On 18 October 1992, the two-year-old CASA/IPTN CN-235-10 was on approach to Bandung when it crashed into the side of Mount Puntang, near Mount Papandayan, West Java, Indonesia at 13:30 UTC in bad weather. The aircraft exploded on impact killing all twenty seven passengers and four crew on board.[1] Flight 5601 is the worst ever civilian aviation disaster involving a CASA/IPTN CN-235, the deadliest in the company's history, the deadliest in Garut history, and the second deadliest aviation accident in Indonesia in 1992, after a plane flew into a mountain in eastern Indonesia which claimed 70 lives.[2] It was also the deadliest plane crash involving an Indonesian aircraft
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El Al Flight 1862
Coordinates: 52°19′8″N 4°58′30″E / 52.31889°N 4.97500°E / 52.31889; 4.97500 On 4 October 1992, El Al
El Al
Flight 1862, a Boeing 747
Boeing 747
cargo aircraft of the state-owned Israeli airline El Al, crashed into the Groeneveen and Klein-Kruitberg flats in the Bijlmermeer
Bijlmermeer
(colloquially "Bijlmer") neighbourhood (part of Amsterdam-Zuidoost) of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
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Pakistan International Airlines Flight 268
Pakistan International Airlines
Pakistan International Airlines
Flight 268 was an Airbus A300, registration AP-BCP, which crashed on approach to Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport
Tribhuvan International Airport
on 28 September 1992. All 167 on board were killed. It is the 100th aviation disaster with more than 100 fatalities and the deadliest aviation crash to occur on Nepalese soil.Contents1 Accident 2 Causes 3 Memorials 4 See also 5 References and external linksAccident[edit] Flight 268 departed Karachi
Karachi
at 11:13 AM Pakistan Standard Time
Pakistan Standard Time
for Kathmandu
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1992 Nigerian Air Force C-130 Crash
On 26 September 1992 a Nigerian Air Force Lockheed C-130H Hercules crashed three minutes after take-off from Lagos, Nigeria. All 158 people on board were killed, including 8 foreign nationals. The aircraft was taking off at high weight and three engines failed
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