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Japan Airlines Flight 446 - Accident
... On November 28, 1972, Japan Airlines Flight 446, operated by JA8040(a DC-8-62), departed from Copenhagen Airport, Denmark bound for Tokyo International Airport, Japan with an intermediate stop at ... At 751PM Moscow time (151AM, Nov 29 for Tokyo time), the flight took off from Sheremetyevo, reached an altitude of 100m, stalled, and crashed 150m beyond the runway end, 30 seconds after ... On board were 6 flight crew (3 of them backup crew), 7 cabin crew, 1 employee of Japan Airlines, and 62 passengers (of whom 52 were Japanese) ...
List Of Aircraft By Tail Number - Civil - Japan
... Tail Number Description Related Article JA8013 Douglas DC-8-53 Japan Airlines Flight 472 (1972) JA8032 Douglas DC-8 Japan Airlines Flight 2 JA8040 Douglas DC-8-62 Japan Airlines Flight ...
List Of Accidents And Disasters By Death Toll - Aviation
... airport disaster (Tenerife, Spain, 1977) 520 – Japan Airlines Flight 123 (Japan, 1985) 349 – Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision (India, 1996) 346 – Turkish Airlines Flight. 1988) 269 – Korean Air Lines Flight 007 (Sea of Japan, 1983) 265 – American Airlines Flight 587 (New York City, 2001) 264 – China Airlines Flight 140 (Nagoya, 1994 ... July 1980) / Dana Air Flight 992 (Lagos, Nigeria, 2012) 162 – All Nippon Airways Flight 58/JSDF F-86 fighter jet (Shizukuishi, Japan, July 1971 ...
JAL Group - Fleet - Fleet History
... The airline's last McDonnell Douglas MD-11 J-Bird (JA8582) operated its final flight as Japan Airlines Flight 730 from Hong Kong International Airport to Narita International Airport on October 12, 2004 ... In addition, the airline operated its last two McDonnell Douglas DC-10 flights on 31 October 2005 ... One aircraft, JA8543, operated as Japan Airlines Flight 736 from Hong Kong International Airport to Narita International Airport, touched down at 1605 ...
Japan Airlines Flight 471
... Japan Airlines Flight 471 was a Japan Airlines flight from Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok, Thailand to Palam International Airport (now Indira Gandhi International Airport) in New Delhi ...

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