List of accidents and incidents involving commercial aircraft 1990 – 2021

This is a list of accidents and incidents involving commercial aircraft from 1990 to 2021.

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
2020 2021
The remains of China Airlines Flight 120 at Naha Airport, Japan, 2007

1990 change

  • January 4 – Northwest Airlines Flight 5, a Boeing 727 with 145 on board, loses an engine over Madison, Florida, the aircraft makes an emergency landing at Tampa International Airport, all on board survive.
  • January 16 – SANSA Flight 32, crashes into a mountain just after takeoff from Juan Santamaria International Airport in San José, Costa Rica, killing all 20 passengers and 3 crew on board.
Avianca Flight 52
  • January 25 – Avianca Flight 52, a Boeing 707, runs out of fuel and crashes while attempting to land at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York; of the 158 people on board, 85 survive.
  • February 14 – Indian Airlines Flight 605, an Airbus A320, crashes on its final approach to Bangalore Airport. 92 out of 146 people on board are killed.
  • April 9 – Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 2254, an Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia, collides with a Cessna 172, killing all 2 on board. Flight 2254 lands; all 7 on board survive.
  • April 12 – Widerøe Flight 839, a DHC-6 Twin Otter, crashes into water just after takeoff from Værøy Airport, killing all 5 people on board.
  • May 11 – Philippine Airlines Flight 143, a Boeing 737, explodes and burns on the ground at Ninoy Aquino International Airport, killing 8 of 120 on board.
  • June 10 – British Airways Flight 5390, a BAC One-Eleven, suffers explosive decompression over Didcot, Oxfordshire, England, when one of the front windscreen panes blows out. The captain is partially blown out of the cockpit, but a flight attendant manages to keep the unconscious man from falling out of the aircraft. The first officer lands the aircraft safely at Southampton Airport. All on board survive.
  • October 2 – In the Guangzhou Baiyun airport collisions, a hijacked Boeing 737 operating Xiamen Airlines Flight 8301 clips China Southwest Airlines Flight 2402, a Boeing 707, during landing at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, and collides with China Southern Airlines Flight 2812, a Boeing 757; of the 225 occupants on board the three aircraft, 128 die.
  • November 14 – Alitalia Flight 404, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashes on approach to Zürich Airport, Switzerland, killing all 46 people on board.
  • December 3 – The 1990 Wayne County Airport Runway Collision, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, collides with Northwest Airlines Flight 299, a Boeing 727, when the crew of the DC-9 mistakenly taxies onto the active runway at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport; 8 of the 54 people on board the DC-9 are killed; all 154 people on board the Boeing 727 survive.

1991 change

  • February 1 – USAir Flight 1493, a Boeing 737, is landing at Los Angeles International Airport when it strikes SkyWest Airlines Flight 5569, a Fairchild Metro commuter plane, waiting to take off from the same runway. All 12 people aboard the Metro and 21 of the 89 on the Boeing are killed at the time, and two more from the Boeing die 3 days and 31 days after the crash.
  • March 3 – United Airlines Flight 585, a Boeing 737, crashes while attempting to land at Colorado Springs Airport, Colorado, killing all 25 people on board. The cause of the crash is not identified until the investigation into the crash of USAir Flight 427 in 1994; both crashes are eventually attributed to defects in a valve associated with the rudder.
  • March 26 – Singapore Airlines Flight 117, an Airbus A310, is hijacked by Pakistani militants en route to Singapore Changi Airport, where, upon landing, it is stormed by Singapore Special Operations forces. All of the hijackers are killed in the operation, with no fatalities among the passengers and crew.
  • April 5 – Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 2311, an Embraer EMB 120RT, rolls sharply and crashes on final approach to Brunswick, Georgia, killing all 23 people on board.
  • May 26 – Lauda Air Flight 004, a Boeing 767, disintegrates in mid-air over Uthai Thani Province and Suphan Buri Province, Thailand, killing all 223 people on board. A thrust reverser had accidentally deployed in flight, causing the disaster. It is the first fatal crash of a Boeing 767.
  • July 10 – L'Express Airlines Flight 508, a Beechcraft Model 99, crashes while on approach Birmingham Municipal Airport, Alabama, due to severe thunderstorms, killing 13 people on board.
  • July 11 – Nigeria Airways Flight 2120, a Nationair McDonnell Douglas DC-8 chartered by Nigeria Airways to transport Nigerian pilgrims to Mecca, crashes shortly after takeoff from King Abdulaziz International Airport, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, because of a fire caused by tire failure. All 261 on board die, including 14 Canadian crew members.
  • August 16 – Indian Airlines Flight 257, a Boeing 737, hits high ground during descent about 30 km from the Imphal airport. All six crew members and 63 passengers are killed.
  • September 11 – Continental Express Flight 2574, an Embraer EMB 120RT, crashes on descent in Eagle Lake, Texas, killing all 14 people on board. Maintenance crews traded work shifts during repairs to the horizontal stabilizer, inadvertently leaving 47 bolts missing. Reformers pointed to this error and called for development of a "safety culture".
  • December 27 – Both engines of Scandinavian Airlines Flight 751, a McDonnell Douglas MD-81, surge shortly after takeoff from Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The pilots successfully make an emergency landing in a nearby field, injuring 25 passengers but incurring not a single fatality.
  • December 29 – China Airlines Flight 358, a Boeing 747 freighter, suffers double engine separation and crashes into a hill near Wanli, Taipei, Taiwan, killing all five crew on board.

1992 change

  • January 20 – Air Inter Flight 148, an Airbus A320, crashes in the Vosges Mountains on approach to Strasbourg, France, killing 87 of 96 people on board.
  • March 22 – USAir Flight 405, a Fokker F-28, crashes on takeoff from New York because of ice buildup. Twenty-seven of the 51 people on board are killed.
  • June 6 – Copa Airlines Flight 201, a Boeing 737-200 Advanced, crashes near Darién, Panama, killing all 47 passengers and crew on board; a faulty attitude indicator is the cause.
  • July 24 – Mandala Airlines Flight 660, a Vickers Viscount 816, crashes on approach to Pattimura Airport, Ambon, Indonesia, killing all 7 crew and 63 passengers on board.
  • July 30 – TWA Flight 843 aborts takeoff at John F. Kennedy International Airport. The Lockheed L-1011 turns off the runway onto grass in order to avoid striking a concrete barrier. The plane is destroyed by fire shortly after all 292 passengers and crew evacuate with no loss of life.
  • July 31 – Thai Airways International Flight 311, an Airbus A310, crashes on approach into Kathmandu, Nepal, killing all 14 crew and 99 passengers on board.
  • July 31 – China General Aviation Flight 7552, a Yakovlev 42D, loses control just after takeoff from Nanjing Airport and crashes into a pond; 108 of 126 on board die.
  • September 28 – Pakistan International Airlines Flight 268, an Airbus A300, crashes near Kathmandu, Nepal, killing all 12 crew and 155 passengers.
  • October 4 – El Al Flight 1862, a Boeing 747, freighter, crashes into high-rise apartment buildings in Amsterdam after two of its engines detach from the wing. Forty-three people, including the plane's crew of 3, are killed.
  • October 18- Merpati Nusantara Airlines Flight 5601, a CASA/IPTN CN-235, crashes into Mount Papandayan near the town Garut in Indonesia. All 31 passengers and crew on board are killed.
  • November 14- Vietnam Airlines Flight 474, a Yakovlev Yak-40, crashes while on approach to Nha Trang Airport in a tropical storm. Thirty people on board are killed.
  • November 24 – China Southern Airlines Flight 3943, a Boeing 737-300, crashes on descent to Guilin Airport, killing all 141 aboard.
  • December 21 – Martinair Flight 495 crashes in Faro, Portugal, killing 54 people and injuring 106.
  • December 22 – Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 1103, a Boeing 727, collides with a Libyan Air Force MiG-23 near Tripoli International Airport, killing all 159 on board both aircraft.

1993 change

  • January 6 – Lufthansa CityLine Flight 5634, a de Havilland Canada DHC-8, crashes short of the runway at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, killing 4 of 23 on board.
  • February 8 – In the 1993 Tehran mid-air collision, an Iran Air Tours Tupolev Tu-154 collides in mid-air with an Iranian Air Force Sukhoi Su-24, killing all 133 on board both aircraft.
  • February 11 – Lufthansa Flight 592, an Airbus A310 was hijacked and forced the pilot to fly to John F. Kennedy International Airport. Plane landed safely and the man surrendered. All 104 on board survived.
  • March 5 – Palair Macedonian Airlines Flight 301, a Fokker 100, crashes shortly after takeoff from Skopje Airport in Macedonia; 83 of the 97 passengers and crew on board are killed.
  • April 6 – China Eastern Airlines Flight 583, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11, makes an emergency landing at Shemya Air Force Base after the slats are accidentally deployed in mid-air near the Aleutian Islands; all on board initially survive, but two die later.
  • April 18 – Japan Air System Flight 451, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, encounters windshear and skids off the runway at Hanamaki Airport; all on board survive.
  • April 26 – Indian Airlines Flight 491, a Boeing 737, strikes a large vehicle on a road just outside Aurangabad Airport, killing 55 of the 118 people on board.
  • May 19 – SAM Colombia Flight 501, a Boeing 727, crashes into Mount Paramo Frontino, killing all 132 on board.
  • July 1 - Merpati Nusantara Airlines Flight 724, a Fokker F27, collided with a small hill before the sea, broke up and plunged into the sea shortly after. 41 people were killed in the crash.
  • July 23 – China Northwest Airlines Flight 2119, a BAe 146, overruns the runway at Yinchuan Hedong Airport, Ningxia, China after an aborted takeoff; the aircraft crashes into a lake, killing 54 passengers and 1 crew member.
  • July 26 – Asiana Airlines Flight 733, a Boeing 737, crashes into a mountain in Haenam, South Korea, after failed landing attempts, killing 78 of the 110 people on board; this crash is the first loss of a Boeing 737-500.
  • August 28 – A Tajik Air Yakovlev Yak-40 overruns the runway on takeoff from Khorog Airport and crashes due to severe overloading, killing 82 of 86 on board; the accident is the deadliest involving the Yak-40 as well as the deadliest accident in Tajikistan to date.
  • September 14 – Lufthansa Flight 2904, an Airbus A320, crashes after overrunning the runway in Warsaw, Poland, killing 2 and injuring 68 of the 72 people on board.
  • September 21 – In the first of the three Transair Georgia airliner shootdowns, a Tupolev Tu-134A is hit on approach to Sukhumi-Babusheri Airport by a surface-to-air missile; the plane crashes into the Black Sea, killing all five crew members and all 22 passengers.
  • September 22 – In the second of the three Transair Georgia airliner shootdowns, a Tupolev Tu-154, carrying soldiers from Tbilisi, is shot down on landing in the Sukhumi-Babusheri Airport; the plane crashes on the runway and catches fire, killing 108 of the 132 people on board.
  • October 26 – China Eastern Airlines Flight 5398, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, overruns the runway at Fuzhou Changle International Airport in heavy weather, killing 2 of 80 on board.
  • October 27 – Widerøe Flight 744, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, crashes in Overhalla, Norway, on approach to Namsos Airport, killing both pilots and four passengers; the crash is also known as the Namsos Accident.
  • November 4 – China Airlines Flight 605, a Boeing 747-400, overruns Kai Tak Airport's runway 13 on landing during a typhoon; the aircraft is unable to stop before crashing into Hong Kong harbor; all 374 on board escape safely; this crash is the first loss of a Boeing 747-400.
  • November 13 – China Northern Airlines Flight 6901, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, crashes on approach to Ürümqi Diwopu International Airport, Xinjiang, China; killing 12 of the 102 on board; pilot error is blamed.
  • November 20 – Avioimpex Flight 110, a Yakovlev Yak-42, crashes on approach to Ohrid Airport in Macedonia; all 116 passengers and crew die as a result of the crash, though one passenger did live for 11 days before succumbing to his injuries.
  • December 1 – Northwest Airlink Flight 5719, a Jetstream 31, crashes into two ridges east of Hibbing, Minnesota, killing all 18 on board.

1994 change

  • January 3 – Baikal Airlines Flight 130, a Tupolev Tu-154, loses control and crashes near Irkutsk, Russia, after the hydraulic system failed due to an engine fire, killing all 124 on board and one person on the ground.
  • March 23 – Aeroflot Flight 593, an Airbus A310, crashes into a wooded hillside in Siberia. All 75 passengers and crew are killed.
  • April 4 – KLM Cityhopper Flight 433, a Saab 340, crashes while trying to return to Schiphol Airport, due to pilot error and equipment failure; the pilot and two passengers die, nine passengers are injured.
  • April 7 – Federal Express Flight 705, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30, experiences an attempted hijacking by a FedEx employee; the three crew members are severely injured, but manage to subdue the attacker and land the aircraft safely with no loss of life.
  • April 26 – China Airlines Flight 140, an Airbus A300, crashes while landing at Nagoya, Japan, as a result of pilot error. 264 of the 271 people on board die.
  • June 6 – China Northwest Airlines Flight 2303, a Tupolev Tu-154M, breaks up in mid-air and crashes near Xian, China, killing all 160 on board. The deadliest airplane crash ever to occur in China is attributed to a maintenance error.
  • July 2 – USAir Flight 1016, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashes while attempting to land at Charlotte, North Carolina, during a thunderstorm. 37 of the 51 people on board are killed.
  • July 19 – Alas Chiricanas Flight 901, an Embraer EMB-110, explodes in mid-air over Panama, killing all 21 people on board. Investigators conclude that a suicide bomber caused the plane to explode, although motives and affiliation of the bomber remain unclear.
  • August 21 – Royal Air Maroc Flight 630, an ATR-42, is deliberately crashed into the Atlas Mountains, killing all 44 on board.
  • September 8 – USAir Flight 427, a Boeing 737, crashes while attempting to land at Pittsburgh International Airport, killing all 132 people on board. Investigations showed that a fault in the Boeing 737 rudder was to blame for the crash.
  • October 12 – Iran Aseman Airlines Flight 746, a Fokker F-28, crashes into a mountain near Natanz, Iran, due to double engine failure, killing all 66 on board.
  • October 31 – American Eagle Flight 4184, an ATR 72 turboprop, crashes near Roselawn, Indiana, while waiting to land at Chicago, because of ice buildup on its wings. All 68 people on board die.
  • November 22 – TWA Flight 427, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, collides with a Superior Aviation Cessna 441 on the runway at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, killing the pilot and passenger in the Cessna; there are no fatalities on board the MD-82.
  • December 11 – A bomb explodes on board Philippine Airlines Flight 434, a Boeing 747, killing one passenger, in a prelude to the terrorist Bojinka plot. Despite subsequent difficulties in controlling the aircraft, the crew succeeds in making an emergency landing at Naha, Okinawa.
  • December 21 – Air Algérie Flight 702P, a Boeing 737, crashes on approach to Coventry Airport, England, killing all 5 on board.
  • December 24 – Air France Flight 8969, an Airbus A300, is hijacked on the tarmac at Algiers, Algeria, by the militant group GIA. After a two-day standoff, the plane is allowed to fly to Marseille, France, where it is stormed by French commandos who kill the hijackers.
  • December 29 – Turkish Airlines Flight 278, a Boeing 737-400, crashes on final approach to Van Ferit Melen Airport in eastern Turkey in driving snow. Five of the seven crew and 52 of the 69 passengers are killed.

1995 change

Bristow Flight 56C a helicopter flight floating in water
  • January 11 – Intercontinental de Aviación Flight 256, a Douglas DC-9, crashes in a lagoon near María La Baja, Colombia due to an improperly set altitmeter, killing 51 of 52 on board.
  • January 19 – Bristow Flight 56C, a Eurocopter Super Puma, is struck by lightning and is forced to make an emergency landing in the North Sea; all 18 on board survive.
  • March 31 – TAROM Flight 371, an Airbus A310, crashes near Baloteşti, Romania due to mechanical failure and pilot error, killing all 60 on board.
  • June 9 – Ansett New Zealand Flight 703, a de Havilland Canada DHC-8, crashes during a landing approach near the Tararua Ranges, New Zealand, killing four of the 21 people on board.
  • August 9 – Aviateca Flight 901, a Boeing 737, crashes into San Vicente volcano while on approach to Cuscatlán International Airport; all 65 on board die.
  • August 21 – Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 529, an Embraer EMB 120, crashes in a field near Carrollton, Georgia, United States, killing 9 of the 29 people on board.
  • September 15 – Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133, a Fokker 50, crashes into a shantytown in Malaysia due to pilot error, killing 34 of 53 on board.
  • November 12 – American Airlines Flight 1572, a McDonnell Douglas MD-83, sheared off treetops on approach, trees ingested into the engine causing them to flame out and shutdown. The aircraft impacted the runway antenna equipment before rolling to a stop. There was 1 minor injury of the 78 people on board.
  • November 13 – Nigeria Airways Flight 357, a Boeing 737, overruns the runway while landing at Kaduna Airport, killing 11 of 138 on board.
  • December 3 – Cameroon Airlines Flight 3701, a Boeing 737, loses control and crashes while on approach to Douala International Airport, Cameroon; of the 76 on board, 5 survive.
  • December 5 – Azerbaijan Airlines Flight 56, a Tupolev Tu-134, crashes on climbout from Nakhchivan Airport after an engine fails due to improper maintenance, killing 52 of 82 on board.
  • December 7 – In the 1995 Air St. Martin Beech 1900 crash, a Beechcraft 1900D crashes near Belle-Anse, Haiti, killing all 20 people on board.
  • December 13 – Banat Air Flight 166, a Romavia Antonov An-24, crashes after taking off from Verona Airport, because of overloading and ice accumulation on the wings; all 49 people on board are killed.
  • December 18 – In the 1995 Trans Service Airlift Electra crash, a Lockheed L-188 Electra crashes shortly after takeoff from Jamba, Angola, due to overloading and shifting baggage; of the 144 people on board, only 3 survive.
  • December 20 – American Airlines Flight 965, a Boeing 757, crashes into a mountain while approaching Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport in Palmira, Colombia, killing 159 of 163 on board.

1996 change

The reconstructed wreckage of Trans World Air Flight 800.
  • January 8 – 1996 Air Africa crash, an overloaded Antonov An-32 aborts takeoff and overruns into a market in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing 237 people on the ground.
  • February 6 – Birgenair Flight 301, a Boeing 757, with 189 people on board, crashes into the ocean off Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic shortly after taking off. All passengers and crew are killed.
  • February 29 – Faucett Flight 251, a Boeing 737, crashes into a hill while attempting to land at Arequipa, Peru. All 123 people on board die.
  • May 11 – ValuJet Flight 592, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashes in the Everglades near Miami, Florida, because of a fire in its cargo hold. All 110 people on board are killed.
  • June 9 – Eastwind Airlines Flight 517, a Boeing 737-200, loses rudder control while on approach to Richmond International Airport, Richmond, Virginia, and makes an emergency landing; no fatalities.
  • June 13 – Garuda Indonesia Flight 865, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10, aborts takeoff due to an engine failure and crashes into a threshold at Fukuoka Airport, Fukuoka, Japan, killing three of 275 on board.
  • July 6 – Delta Air Lines Flight 1288, a McDonnell Douglas MD-88, experiences an uncontained engine failure during takeoff on Runway 17 at Pensacola, Florida. Fragments from the number one (left) Pratt & Whitney JT8D-219 turbofan engine penetrated the fuselage, killing two and seriously injuring one of the 148 people on board.
  • July 17 – TWA Flight 800, a Boeing 747, explodes in mid-air above the ocean off East Moriches, New York, killing all 230 people on board.
  • August 19 – Spair Airlines Flight PAR-3601, an Ilyushin Il-76, crashes near Belgrade, Yugoslavia, with twelve fatalities.
  • August 29 – Vnukovo Airlines Flight 2801, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashes into a mountain on Spitsbergen, an island in the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, killing all 141 on board.
  • October 2 – Aeroperú Flight 603, a Boeing 757, crashes into the ocean off Pasamayo, Peru, because of a maintenance error. All 70 people on board are killed.
  • October 31 – TAM Transportes Aéreos Regionais Flight 402, a Fokker 100, crashes shortly after takeoff from Congonhas-São Paulo Airport, Brazil, striking an apartment building and several houses. All 90 passengers and 6 crew members on board die. Three people are killed on the ground.
  • November 7 – ADC Airlines Flight 86, a Boeing 727, crashes when the crew loses control of the aircraft while avoiding a mid-air collision on approach to Lagos, Nigeria. All 153 passengers and crew on board are killed.
  • November 12 – Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision: Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 763, a Boeing 747, collides in mid-air with Air Kazakhstan Flight 1907, an Ilyushin Il-76, near Charkhi Dadri, India. All 312 on board the Boeing 747 and all 37 on board the Ilyushin Il-76 are killed. It is the deadliest mid-air collision in aviation history.
  • November 19 – United Express Flight 5925, a Beechcraft 1900, collides with a privately owned Beechcraft King Air at Quincy Regional Airport, Illinois; killing all 14 on board both aircraft.
  • November 23 – Ethiopian Airlines Flight 961, a Boeing 767, is hijacked over Kenya. The aircraft runs out of fuel, and the pilot attempts to ditch the aircraft in the ocean off Moroni, Comoros. Of the 175 people on board, 125 are killed (including the 3 hijackers).

1997 change

  • January 9 – Comair Flight 3272, an Embraer EMB 120 Brasília, crashes near Ida, Michigan, during a snowstorm, killing all 29 on board.
  • March 18 – Stavropolskaya Aktsionernaya Avia Flight 1023, an Antonov An-24, breaks up in flight and crashes near Cherkessk, Russia; all 50 on board die.
  • May 8 – China Southern Airlines Flight 3456, a Boeing 737, makes a hard landing in Shenzhen, China, during poor weather and crashes, killing 35 of the 74 people on board.
  • July 31 – FedEx Express Flight 14, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11, crashes upon landing at Newark Liberty International Airport; the two crew members and three passengers escape uninjured.
  • July 17 - Sempati Air Flight 304, a Fokker F27, crashes shortly after take off from Husein Sastranegara International Airport. 28 people were killed.
Korean Air Flight 801.
  • August 6 – Korean Air Flight 801, a Boeing 747, crashes while attempting to land in heavy rain at Guam International Airport; of the 254 people on board, only 26 survive.
  • August 10 – Formosa Airlines Flight 7601, a Dornier Do 228, crashes while attempting to land at Beigan, Lienchiang, in the Matsu Islands. All 16 passengers and crew on board are killed.
  • September 3 – Vietnam Airlines Flight 815, a Tupolev Tu-134, crashes on approach to Phnom Penh International Airport in heavy rain, killing 64 of the 66 people on board.
  • September 6 – Royal Brunei Airlines Flight 238, a Dornier Do 228, crashes into a hill side in Lambir Hills National Park, killing all 10 on board.
  • September 26 – Garuda Indonesia Flight 152, an Airbus A300, crashes into a mountain near Buah Nabar, Indonesia, killing all 234 on board.
  • October 10 – Austral Líneas Aéreas Flight 2553, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashes near Fray Bentos, Uruguay, traveling from Posadas to Buenos Aires, resulting in the death of all 74 occupants.
  • December 15 – Tajikistan Airlines Flight 3183, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashes into the desert near Sharjah Airport, of the 86 on board, only the flight engineer survives.
  • December 17 – Aerosvit Flight 241, a Yakovlev Yak-42, crashes near Thessaloniki, Greece, killing all 70 people on board.
  • December 19 – SilkAir Flight 185, a Boeing 737, crashes into the Musi River near Palembang, Indonesia, killing all 102 people on board.
  • December 28 – United Airlines Flight 826, a Boeing 747, encounters severe turbulence two hours into the flight; the aircraft safely lands back in Tokyo; all survive the accident, but a passenger dies later; despite having no damage, the aircraft is written off.

1998 change

Recovered Remains of Swissair Flight 111
  • February 2 – Cebu Pacific Flight 387, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashes into a mountain near Mount Sumagaya in Misamis Oriental in the Philippines, killing all 104 passengers and crew members on board.
  • February 16 – China Airlines Flight 676, an Airbus A300, crashes into a residential area while attempting to land in Taipei, Taiwan. All 196 people on board are killed, in addition to six on the ground.
  • March 19 – In the 1998 Ariana Afghan Airlines crash, a Boeing 727 crashes into Sharki Baratayi Mountain while on approach to Kabul International Airport, killing all 45 on board.
  • March 22 – Philippine Airlines Flight 137, an Airbus A320, overshoots the end of the runway while landing at Bacolod City in the Philippines, plowing through several houses. None of the passengers was harmed, but three people on the ground are killed and several more injured.
  • April 20 – Air France Flight 422, a Boeing 727 leased from TAME Airlines, crashes into the mountains east of Bogotá, Colombia, on takeoff from El Dorado International Airport of Bogotá in foggy weather. All 53 passengers and crew perish.
  • May 5 – In the 1998 Occidental Petroleum Boeing 737 crash, a Boeing 737 leased from the Peruvian Air Force crashes while on approach to Alférez FAP Alfredo Vladimir Sara Bauer Airport, killing 75 of 88 on board.
  • May 25 – PIA Flight 544, a Fokker F-27, is hijacked shortly after takeoff by three armed men. F-16 fighter jets intercept the plane and force it to land. The hijackers are arrested and sentenced to death. All 38 on board survive.
  • May 26 – The 1998 MIAT Mongolian Airlines crash: a Harbin Y-12 crashes 13 minutes after takeoff from Erdenet Airport, Mongolia, killing all 28 passengers and crew.
  • July 30 – Proteus Airlines Flight 706: a Beechcraft 1900D collides in mid-air with a light aircraft over Quiberon Bay. Both aircraft crash into the sea, killing 15 people.
  • August 24 – Myanma Airways Flight 635, a Fokker F-27 Friendship, crashes while on approach to Tachilek Airport; all 36 on board die.
  • September 2 – Swissair Flight 111, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11, crashes into the sea near Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada, because of an onboard fire. All 229 people on board perish.
  • September 25 – PauknAir Flight 4101, a BAe 146, leaves Málaga but never reaches its destination in Melilla. All passengers and crew perish.
  • September 29 – Lionair Flight 602, an Antonov An-24, is shot down by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and crashes off the coast of Jaffna, Sri Lanka, killing all 55 on board.
  • October 10 – The 1998 Lignes Aériennes Congolaises crash occurs when rebels using a Strela 2 missile shoot down the Boeing 727, which crashes near Kindu, Democratic Republic of Congo, killing all 41 on board.
  • December 11 – Thai Airways International Flight 261, an Airbus A310, crashes during poor weather near Surat Thani, Thailand. Of the 146 people on board, 102 are killed.

1999 change

The black boxes of EgyptAir Flight 990.
  • February 24 – China Southwest Airlines Flight 4509, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashes while on approach to Wenzhou Airport, killing all 61 passengers and crew on board.
  • April 7 – Turkish Airlines Flight 5904, a Boeing 737-400, crashes in poor weather near Hamdilli, Ceyhan, Turkey; all 6 crew die.
  • June 1 – American Airlines Flight 1420, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82 with 139 passengers on board, skids off the runway on landing and crashes into a steel walkway at Little Rock, Arkansas during strong winds; 11 are killed, and 86 are injured.
  • July 24 – All Nippon Airways Flight 61, a Boeing 747, is hijacked by a passenger, Yuji Nishizawa, wielding a knife; after fatally stabbing the captain, he is overpowered by the crew; the first officer lands the plane safely at Haneda, Japan.
  • August 22 – China Airlines Flight 642, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11, crashes on landing at Hong Kong International Airport during "Typhoon" Sam; of the 315 people on board, three die.
  • August 31 – LAPA Flight 3142, a Boeing 737, overshoots the runway in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and crashes into a golf course; of the 103 people on board, 63 are killed, as well as two on the ground.
  • September 14 – Britannia Airways Flight 226A, a Boeing 757, veers off the runway at Girona, Catalonia Spain, while landing in a thunderstorm and comes to rest in a field, broken apart in two places; 43 on board are injured, two seriously, but a passenger initially diagnosed as "lightly injured" dies five days later of unsuspected internal injuries.
  • September 23 – Qantas Flight 1, a Boeing 747 runs off the runway due to a storm and comes to a complete stop just short of a golf course. All on board including 30 injured passengers survive.
  • October 31 – EgyptAir Flight 990, a Boeing 767 bound for Cairo, Egypt, crashes into the Atlantic Ocean off Nantucket, Massachusetts, killing all 217 passengers and crew; cause is disputed: a deliberate suicide/homicide act by the relief first officer according to the NTSB, vs. a Boeing mechanical flaw according to Egyptian aviation authorities.
  • November 9 – TAESA Flight 725, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashes near Uruapan, Mexico, killing all 18 on board.
  • December 7 – Asian Spirit Flight 100, a Let L-410 Turbolet, crashes into a mountain while on approach to Cauayan Airport, killing all 15 passengers and crew on board.
  • December 21 – Cubana de Aviación Flight 1216, a McDonnell Douglas DC-10, overruns the runway at La Aurora International Airport, killing 16 of 314 people on board and another two on the ground.
  • December 22 – Korean Air Cargo Flight 8509, a Boeing 747-200F, crashes after takeoff near Great Hallingbury, England; killing all 4 crew.
  • December 24 – Indian Airlines Flight 814, an Airbus A300, is hijacked en route to Delhi, India; one hostage is killed.
  • December 25 – Cubana de Aviación Flight 310, a Yakovlev Yak-42D, crashes into the San Luis Hill near Bejuma, Venezuela, while on approach to Arturo Michelena International Airport; all 22 on board die.

2000 change

  • January 10 – Crossair Flight 498, a Saab 340, crashes two minutes after takeoff in Niederhasli, Switzerland, killing all ten people on board.
  • January 30 – Kenya Airways Flight 431, an Airbus A310, carrying 169 passengers and 10 crew members, crashes into the Atlantic Ocean off Côte d'Ivoire after takeoff from Abidjan. Only ten people survive.
  • January 31 – Alaska Airlines Flight 261, an MD-83, crashes into the Pacific Ocean off Point Mugu, California, after problems with its horizontal stabilizer. All 83 passengers and 5 crew members are killed.
  • March 5 – Southwest Airlines Flight 1455, a Boeing 737-300, overruns the runway in Burbank, California. Of the 142 people on board, 43 are injured, two seriously.
  • April 19 – Air Philippines Flight 541, a Boeing 737-200, crashes in a coconut plantation on Samal Island, Davao del Norte while preparing to approach the Davao International Airport, killing all 131 people on board in the worst ever accident involving the 737-200.
  • June 22 – Wuhan Airlines Flight 343, a Xian Y-7, is struck by lightning and crashes in Hanyang District, Wuhan, killing all 42 on board and another 7 on the ground in the worst ever accident involving the Y-7.
  • July 4 – Malév Flight 262, a Tupolev Tu-154, lands on its belly at Thessaloniki International Airport in Greece. There are no serious injuries or fatalities.
  • July 8 – Aerocaribe Flight 7831, a British Aerospace Jetstream 32, crashes near Chulum Juárez, Mexico, killing all 19 on board.
  • July 12 – Hapag-Lloyd Flight 3378, an Airbus A310, crash-lands 650 metres short of the runway in Vienna after running out of fuel in flight. There are no serious injuries or fatalities.
  • July 17 – Alliance Air Flight 7412, a Boeing 737-200, crashes into government housing in Patna, India, as it approaches the airport, killing 55 of the 58 on board and five people on the ground.
  • July 25 – Air France Flight 4590, a Concorde crashes during takeoff from Paris, France, after striking debris on the runway, killing all 100 passengers and 9 crew aboard as well as four on the ground; the entire Concorde fleet is grounded for one year.
  • August 23 – Gulf Air Flight 072, an Airbus A320, crashes into the Persian Gulf off Manama, Bahrain, while attempting to land. All 135 passengers and eight crew members are killed.
  • October 31 – Singapore Airlines Flight 006, a Boeing 747-400, strikes construction equipment after using a closed runway for takeoff at Chiang Kai-shek International Airport, Taiwan, killing 83 out of 179 people on board.
  • November 18 - Dirgantara Air Service Flight 3130, a Britten Norman Islander BN-2 crashed shortly after take off from Datah Dawai Airport in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. No one was killed, but all on board were injured, 11 seriously.
  • December 20 – British Airways Flight 2069, in Sudanese airspace at 35,000 ft, a hijacker storms the cabin in an attempt to send the plane into a nosedive into the ground. However, Captain William Hagan and First Officer Richard Webb help subdue the mentally-ill hijacker, while First Officer Phil Watson levels the flight. None of the 398 on board is seriously injured.

2001 change

Aerial view of the neighborhood in Queens, New York, where American Airlines Flight 587 crashed.
  • January 23 – Yemenia Flight 448, a Boeing 727, is hijacked 15 minutes after takeoff from Sana'a International Airport, Yemen; the crew makes an emergency landing at Djibouti; the hijacker is subdued with no casualties to the 101 on board.
  • January 31 – In the 2001 Japan Airlines mid-air incident, Japan Airlines Flight 907, a Douglas DC-10, and Japan Airlines Flight 958, a Boeing 747, narrowly avoid colliding by a margin of 36 feet (11 meters) near Yaizu, Japan.
  • March 29 – In the 2001 Avjet Aspen crash, an Avjet charter flight, a Gulfstream III jet with 15 passengers and 3 crew, crashes on approach into Aspen, Colorado, killing all on board.
  • July 4 – Vladivostok Air Flight 352, a Tupolev Tu-154 enters a flat spin on approach to Irkutsk Airport in Irkutsk, Russia, crashes down onto its belly and bursts into flames in a wooded area, killing all 145 aboard.
  • August 24 – Air Transat Flight 236, an Airbus A330, runs out of fuel over the Atlantic Ocean and makes an emergency landing in the Azores. Upon landing some of the tires blow out, causing a fire that is extinguished by emergency personnel on the ground. None of the 304 people on board the aircraft is seriously injured.
  • August 29 – Binter Mediterráneo Flight 8261, a CASA CN-235, suffers port engine failure and crashes onto the N-340 road while attempting to make an emergency landing at Ruiz Picasso International Airport, killing 4 of 43 on board, the pilot initially survives, but dies several hours later.
  • September 11 – September 11 attacks
    • American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767-200ER with 92 people on board, is hijacked after taking off from Boston, and is flown into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City; all on board are killed as well as others on the ground and in the building.
    • United Airlines Flight 175, a Boeing 767-200 with 65 people on board, is hijacked after taking off from Boston and is flown into the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York City; all on board are killed as well as others on the ground and in the building; the collapse of both towers brings the total death toll from the two crashes to at least 2,759, the worst disaster involving commercial aircraft.
    • American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757-200 with 64 people on board, is hijacked after taking off from Dulles International Airport and is flown into The Pentagon; all on board are killed as well as 125 people in the building and on the ground.
    • United Airlines Flight 93, a Boeing 757-200 with 44 people on board, is hijacked after taking off from Newark, New Jersey; passengers struggle with the hijackers, and the aircraft crashes in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, killing all on board.
  • October 4 – Siberia Airlines Flight 1812, a Tupolev Tu-154, is shot down by the Ukrainian military over the Black Sea. All 66 passengers and 12 crew members are killed.
  • October 8 – In the Linate Airport disaster, Scandinavian Airlines Flight 686, an MD-87, crashes into a Cessna business jet on takeoff from Milan, Italy. The MD-87 then swerves into a baggage handling building and catches fire. All 110 people on board Flight 686 die as well as all four in the Cessna. Four people on the ground are also killed.
  • November 12 – American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300, crashes into a Queens neighborhood in New York City when the plane's vertical tail fin snaps just after takeoff. All 251 passengers and nine crew members on board are killed as well as five people on the ground.
  • November 24 – Crossair Flight 3597, an Avro RJ100, crashes near Bassersdorf, Switzerland, while attempting to land in Zürich. Of the 28 passengers and five crew members on board, 21 passengers and three crew members die.
  • December 22 – On board American Airlines Flight 63, a Boeing 767, a passenger, Richard Reid, attempts to detonate explosives hidden in his shoes, but fails and is subdued by two flight attendants and passengers. The plane lands safely in Boston.

2002 change

  • January 14 – Lion Air Flight 386, a Boeing 737-200, crashes while attempting to take off from Riau, Indonesia; all 103 on board survive.
  • January 16 – Garuda Indonesia Flight 421, a Boeing 737-300, experiences a dual flameout after entering a thunderstorm, and ditches in the Bengawan Solo River. A flight attendant is the only casualty; 59 passengers and crew survive.
  • January 28 – TAME Flight 120, a Boeing 727, crashes into a volcano on approach to Tulcán, Ecuador, in low-visibility conditions; all 94 on board are killed.
  • February 12 – Iran Air Tours Flight 956, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashes into the Sefid Kooh mountains during heavy rain, snow and dense fog while descending for Khorramabad Airport. All twelve crew members and 107 passengers are killed.
  • April 15 – Air China Flight 129, a Boeing 767-200ER, crashes into a hill during a landing attempt at Busan, South Korea, in misty conditions; of the 155 passengers and 11 crew, 38 survive.
  • May 4 – EAS Airlines Flight 4226, a BAC 1–11 500 series, crashes into the Gwammaja neighborhood at Kano, Nigeria, shortly after takeoff; the ensuing crash resulted in the deaths of 71 passengers and at least 78 civilians on the ground.
  • May 7 – EgyptAir Flight 843, a Boeing 737-566, crashes near Tunis, Tunisia, while landing in rough weather; of the 62 people on board, 14 perish.
  • May 7 – China Northern Airlines Flight 6136, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, crashes near Dalian, China, after a passenger sets fire to the cabin with gasoline; all 103 passengers and 9 crew are killed.
  • May 25 – China Airlines Flight 611, a Boeing 747-200B, disintegrates above the Taiwan Strait in mid-flight due to maintenance error; killing all 225 people on board.
  • July 1 – In the Überlingen mid-air collision, Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937, a Tupolev Tu-154 with 60 passengers and 9 crew members on board, collides with DHL Flight 611, a Boeing 757 freighter with 2 pilots on board near Lake Constance, Germany; all people on both planes perish.
  • July 4 – In the 2002 Prestige Airlines Boeing 707 crash, a Boeing 707 crashes at Bangui Airport while attempting an emergency landing, killing 28 of 30 on board.
  • July 10 – Swiss International Airlines Flight 850, a Saab 2000, strikes an earth bank after landing at Werneuchen Airfield after multiple diversions due to a storm system; all 20 on board survive; the aircraft is written off.
  • August 8 – Rico Linhas Aéreas Flight 4823, an Embraer EMB 120 Brasília, crashes on approach to Rio Branco International Airport, Brazil, in a rainstorm; the aircraft breaks up into three pieces and catches fire; 23 of 31 on board perish.
  • October 9 – Northwest Airlines Flight 85, a Boeing 747, experienced a rudder hardover. The crew made an emergency landing at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. All 404 on board were unharmed.
  • November 6 – Luxair Flight 9642, a Fokker F50, crashes short of the runway on approach to Luxembourg Findel Airport in foggy weather conditions; of the nineteen passengers and three crew on board, only two survive.
  • November 11 – Laoag International Airlines Flight 585, a Fokker F-27 Friendship, crashes into Manila Bay shortly after takeoff from Ninoy Aquino International Airport; of the 34 people on board, 19 are killed.

2003 change

FedEx Express Flight 647 remains
  • January 8 – Air Midwest Flight 5481, a Beechcraft 1900, crashes on takeoff from Charlotte, North Carolina, United States; all 19 passengers and 2 pilots are killed.
  • January 8 – Turkish Airlines Flight 634, an Avro RJ100, crashes during its final approach to land at Diyarbakır Airport, Turkey, in extensive fog. All of the 5 crew and 70 of the 75 passengers are killed, 5 passengers survive with heavy injuries.
  • January 9 – TANS Perú Flight 222, a Fokker F28, crashes while on approach to Chachapoyas Airport; all 46 on board die.
  • March 6 – Air Algérie Flight 6289, a Boeing 737-200, veers off the runway on takeoff in Tamanrasset, Algeria; 96 of the 97 passengers and all 6 crew members perish.
  • May 26 – UM Airlines Flight 4230, a Yakovlev Yak-42 crashes into the side of a mountain near the town of Maçka, Turkey. All 75 people were killed.
  • May 29 – A man attempts to hijack Qantas Flight 1737, a Boeing 717, in Melbourne, Australia, intending to crash the plane in Tasmania. He is overpowered by the flight crew and passengers, but injures three people.
  • July 8 – Sudan Airways Flight 139, a Boeing 737-200, crashes shortly after taking off from Port Sudan, Sudan. All 117 people on board the plane perish; a two-year-old boy initially survives the crash, but dies the following day.
  • November 22 – A DHL Airbus A300 is struck by a missile near Baghdad, Iraq and loses hydraulic system function, but manages to land safely with only engine controls without any fatalities. This is the first non-fatal landing of an airliner without control surfaces.
  • December 18 – FedEx Express Flight 647, a McDonnell Douglas MD-10-10, veers off the runway upon landing after a landing gear collapse and catches fire at Memphis International Airport; two crew members and five passengers escape with only minor injuries.
  • December 25 – UTAGE Flight 141, a Boeing 727, runs off the end of the runway upon takeoff at Cotonou, Benin, and crashes onto the beach on the Bight of Benin, killing 151 of the 163 occupants.

2004 change

Debris left of Kish Air Flight 7170
  • January 3 – Flash Airlines Flight 604, a Boeing 737-300, crashes into the Red Sea, killing all 135 passengers and 13 crew members in the worst ever accident involving the 737-300.
  • February 10 – Kish Air Flight 7170, a Fokker 50, crashes at Sharjah International Airport, killing 43 people. Three survive with serious injuries.
  • May 14 – Rico Linhas Aéreas Flight 4815, an Embraer 120ER, crashes while on approach to Eduardo Gomes International Airport, killing all 33 passengers and crew on board; the cause is never determined.
  • August 13 – Air Tahoma Flight 185, a Convair 580, crashes near Covington, Kentucky, while descending to land, killing the First Officer.
  • August 24 – 2004 Russian aircraft bombings:
    • Siberia Airlines Flight 1047, a Tupolev Tu-154, explodes in mid-air while flying over Rostov Oblast, Russia, killing all 38 passengers and 8 crew members on board.
    • Volga-AviaExpress Flight 1303, a Tupolev Tu-134, explodes in mid-air while flying over Tula Oblast, Russia, killing all 34 passengers and 9 crew members on board.
  • October 14 – MK Airlines Flight 1602, a Boeing 747-200F, crashes on takeoff from Halifax Stanfield International Airport, killing all 7 on board.
  • October 14 – Pinnacle Airlines Flight 3701, a CRJ-200 repositioning flight with no passengers, crashes near Jefferson City, MO, killing both pilots.
  • October 19 – Corporate Airlines Flight 5966, a British Aerospace Jetstream, crashes near Kirksville, Missouri, United States; 13 of the 15 people on board die.
  • November 21 – China Eastern Airlines Flight 5210, a Bombardier CRJ200, stalls and crashes near Baotou, China, shortly after takeoff because of frost contamination; all 53 on board and two people on the ground are killed.
  • November 30 – Lion Air Flight 538, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, crash-lands in Solo City, Indonesia, killing 25 of the 154 people on board.

2005 change

Front Wheel on fire, JetBlue Flight 292 during an emergency landing
Southwest Airlines Flight 1248 after overshooting the runway
  • February 3 – Kam Air Flight 904, a Boeing 737-200, crashes in a snowstorm in Afghanistan. All 96 passengers and 8 crew members die.
  • February 20 – British Airways Flight 268, a Boeing 747-400, taking off from Los Angeles to London suffers fire in engine 2. The plane flies on three engines to Manchester, where it performs an emergency landing. None of the 369 people on board are harmed.
  • March 6 – Air Transat Flight 961, an Airbus A310, suffers rudder failure after takeoff from Varadero, Cuba; the aircraft returns to Cuba with no casualties.
  • March 16 – Regional Airlines Flight 9288, an Antonov An-24RV, stalls and crashes into a small hill near Varandey Airport, Russia, due to a possible instrument failure, killing 28 of 52 on board.
  • June 9 – US Airways Flight 1170 and Aer Lingus Flight 132 almost collide on a runway at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. None of the 381 people on either plane is harmed.
  • July 16 – An Equatorial Express Antonov An-24 crashes into a mountain side near Baney, Equatorial Guinea; all 60 on board die.
  • August 2 – Air France Flight 358, an Airbus A340-300, skids off a runway at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Ontario, while landing and catches fire; all 309 on board escape without fatalities or serious injuries, but the aircraft is completely destroyed by the fire.
  • August 6 – Tuninter Flight 1153, an ATR 72, ditches into the Mediterranean Sea near Palermo, Sicily, with 35 passengers and 4 crew members on board; 14 passengers and 2 crew members die.
  • August 10 – Copterline Flight 103, a Sikorsky S-76 helicopter crashes off Tallinn, Estonia, killing all 14 on board.
  • August 14 – Helios Airways Flight 522, a Boeing 737-300, crashes near Kalamos, Greece, with 115 passengers and 6 crew members on board; there are no survivors.
  • August 16 – West Caribbean Airways Flight 708, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, crashes in western Venezuela. All on board, 152 passengers and 8 crew members, die.
  • August 23 – TANS Perú Flight 204, a Boeing 737-200, crashes on approach to Captain Rolden International Airport, Pucallpa, Peru. Thirty-five of the 91 passengers on board, as well as five of the seven crew members, perish.
  • September 5 – Mandala Airlines Flight 091, a Boeing 737-200, crashes in Medan, Indonesia, killing 103 of the 111 passengers and all 5 crew members on board the aircraft and an additional 47 people on the ground.
  • September 5 – A Kavatshi Airlines Antonov An-26B crashes at Isiro Airport in Matari, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing all 11 people on board.
  • September 9 – An Air Kasai Antonov An-26B crashes in the Republic of the Congo north of Brazzaville, killing all 13 people on board.
  • September 21 – JetBlue Airways Flight 292, an Airbus A320, makes an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport because of landing gear steering failure. There are no injuries to the 139 passengers and 6 crew members.
  • October 22 – Bellview Airlines Flight 210, a Boeing 737-200, crashes shortly after takeoff from Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria, killing all 117 people on board.
  • December 8 – Southwest Airlines Flight 1248, a Boeing 737-700, slides off the runway during landing at Chicago Midway International Airport in Chicago in heavy snow. None of the people on board are injured, but the plane hits two automobiles on the ground, killing a six-year-old boy.
  • December 10 – Sosoliso Airlines Flight 1145, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 with 110 people on board, crashes during landing in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Of the 110 people on board, only 2 survive.
  • December 19 – Chalk's Ocean Airways Flight 101, a Grumman Mallard, crashes off the coast of Miami Beach, Florida, killing all 20 on board.
  • December 23 – Azerbaijan Airlines Flight 217, an Antonov An-140, crashes shortly after takeoff from Baku Airport due to instrument failure, killing all 23 on board.

2006 change

The wreckage of Gol Transportes Aéreos Flight 1907
  • May 3 – Armavia Flight 967, an Airbus A320, crashes into the Black Sea near the Russian city of Sochi, killing all 113 on board.
  • July 9 – S7 Airlines Flight 778, an Airbus A310, crashes into a concrete barricade at Irkutsk International Airport, Russia, upon landing and catches fire. Of the 203 people on board, 128 are killed.
  • July 10 – PIA Flight 688, a Fokker F27, crashes into a wheat field near Multan, Pakistan, ten minutes after taking off, killing all 41 passengers and 4 crew members on board.
  • August 13 – Air Algérie Flight 2208, a Lockheed L‑100 Hercules in Northern Italy crashes as a result of an autopilot malfunction. All 3 on board are killed.
  • August 22 – Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise Flight 612, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashes near Donetsk, Ukraine, killing all 170 people on board.
  • August 27 – Comair Flight 5191, a Bombardier Canadair CRJ-100, crashes on takeoff at Blue Grass Airport, Kentucky, due to runway confusion; of the fifty people on board, only one survives.
  • September 1 – Iran Air Tours Flight 945, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashes while attempting to land in Mashad, Iran, killing 28 of 154 on board.
  • September 29 – Gol Transportes Aéreos Flight 1907, a Boeing 737-800, collides with an Embraer Legacy business jet and crashes in Mato Grosso, Brazil; the Embraer Legacy, with seven on board, lands safely with no reported injuries while all 154 people on board the Boeing 737 perish; this crash marks the first loss of a Boeing 737-800.
  • October 3 – Turkish Airlines Flight 1476, a Boeing 737, was hijacked in Greek airspace. Plane landed at Brindisi Airport, Italy. Hijacker was arrested. All 113 people on board survived.
The wreckage of Atlantic Airways Flight 670
  • October 10 – Atlantic Airways Flight 670, a BAe 146, slides off the runway at Stord Airport, Norway, killing 4 of the 16 people on board.
  • October 29 – ADC Airlines Flight 53, a Boeing 737-200, crashes near Abuja, Nigeria, killing 96 of the 105 people on board.

2007 change

  • January 1 – Adam Air Flight 574, a Boeing 737-400 with 102 people on board, crashes into the ocean off the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, killing all on board in the worst ever crash involving the 737-400.
  • January 9 – An AerianTur-M Antonov An-26 crashes near Balad, Iraq, killing 34 of the 35 people on board. The official cause of the crash is poor weather conditions, but other sources claim that the plane was shot down by a missile.
  • January 24 – Air West Flight 612, a Boeing 737, is hijacked shortly after takeoff. The plane landed safely at N'Djamena International Airport, where the hijacker surrenders. All 103 people on board survive.
  • February 21 – Adam Air Flight 172, a Boeing 737-300, suffers structural damage while landing near Surabaya, Indonesia; none of the 149 people on board is seriously injured.
  • March 7 – Garuda Indonesia Flight 200, a Boeing 737-400, overshoots the runway and crashes while landing at Yogyakarta, Indonesia, killing 22 of the 140 people on board.
  • March 17 – UTair Flight 471, a Tupolev Tu-134, suffers severe structural damage while landing in Samara, Russia, killing six of the 63 people on board.
  • March 23 – The 2007 Mogadishu TransAVIAexport Airlines Il-76 crash of an Ilyushin Il-76 near Mogadishu, Somalia, after being hit by a surface-to-air missile, kills all 11 on board; one passenger initially survives, but dies hours later.
  • May 5 – Kenya Airways Flight 507, a Boeing 737-800 with 114 people on board, crashes near Douala, Cameroon, killing all on board.
  • June 3 – In the 2007 Paramount Airlines Mil Mi-8 crash, a Mil Mi-8 helicopter crashes in Lungi, Sierra Leone, killing all 22 people on board.
  • June 21 – The 2007 Free Airlines L-410 crash shortly after takeoff from Kamina Town, Democratic Republic of Congo because of severe overloading, kills 1 and injures 4 of the 21 people on board.
  • June 25 – PMTair Flight 241, an Antonov An-24, crashes in southwestern Cambodia, killing all 22 on board.
  • June 28 – In the 2007 TAAG Angola Airlines crash, a Boeing 737-200, D2-TBP, with 78 people on board, loses control while landing in M'banza-Kongo, Angola, killing at least six people on board and injuring an unknown number of others.
The wreckage of TAM Airlines Flight 3054
  • July 17 – TAM Airlines Flight 3054, an Airbus A320, crashes at Congonhas-São Paulo Airport, Brazil, killing all 187 people on board and 12 on the ground.
  • August 9 – Air Moorea Flight 1121, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6, crashes into the lagoon of the island of Moorea in French Polynesia just 11 seconds after take off, killing all 20 on board.
  • August 20 – China Airlines Flight 120, a Boeing 737-800, bursts into flames after landing at Naha, Japan; none of the 165 passengers on board are seriously injured.
  • August 26 – A Great Lakes Business Company Antonov An-32B crashes short of the runway after experiencing engine failure and attempting to return to Kongolo Airport in Kongolo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing 14 of the 15 people on board.
  • Scandinavian Airlines Dash 8 landing gear incidents:
    • September 9 – Scandinavian Airlines Flight 1209, a de Havilland Canada Dash 8, experiences a landing gear failure in Aalborg, Denmark; none of the 73 people on board is seriously injured, but three days later, after a similar incident, the airline grounds the aircraft type.
    • September 12 – Scandinavian Airlines Flight 2748, a de Havilland Canada Dash 8, experiences a landing gear failure in Vilnius, Lithuania; none of the 52 people on board is injured, but because of a similar incident three days earlier, all their Dash 8s are grounded.
    • October 27 – Scandinavian Airlines Flight 2867, a de Havilland Canada Dash 8, experiences a landing gear failure in Copenhagen, Denmark; none of the 44 people on board is injured, but because of similar incidents in September, the airline "permanently" removes its Dash 8s from service; cause is eventually ascribed to maintenance error.
  • September 16 – One-Two-GO Airlines Flight 269, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82 carrying 130 people, crashes and bursts into flames after attempting to land in Phuket, Thailand, during poor weather conditions, killing 90 people.
  • October 4 – The 2007 Africa One Antonov An-26 crash into a residential area in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, shortly after taking off, kills at least 50 people, most of whom are on the ground.
  • November 7 - Nationwide Airlines Flight 723, a Boeing 737-200, registration ZS-OEZ performing flight CE-723 from Cape Town to Johannesburg (South Africa) with 106 passengers and 6 crew, rotated for take off from Cape Town's runway 01, when the crew noticed the engine gauges for engine #2 spooled down to zero, the right hand thrust reverser indicated open, the #2 thrust lever retarded uncommanded. The crew continued the takeoff and once airborne the airplane began to roll right and left, yawed to the right and began to sink. The crew managed to regain control and established a normal climb out attitude, declared emergency and advised ATC of their intentions to return to the airport. The crew subsequently managed a safe landing and taxied clear of the runway before the airplane was shut down. The captain subsequently left the cockpit to look at the engine through the cabin windows and was shocked to see the whole right hand engine missing from the wing. The passengers disembarked normally onto the taxiway. All of 106 Passngers and 6 crew remained alive.
  • November 30 – Atlasjet Flight 4203, a McDonnell Douglas MD-83, crashes into a mountain near Isparta, Turkey, killing all 57 on board.
  • December 30 – TAROM Flight 3107, a Boeing 737-300, is written-off after hitting a maintenance car on the runway and veering off the runway during takeoff run at Henri Coandă International Airport, Otopeni, Romania; none of the 123 on board is injured.

2008 change

British Airways Flight 38
  • January 4 – The 2008 Los Roques archipelago Transaven Let L-410 crash kills all 14 on board.
  • January 17 – British Airways Flight 38, a Boeing 777-200ER, lands short of the runway at London Heathrow Airport due to a fuel system problem; all 152 on board survive. This is the first loss of a Boeing 777-200ER, and the first loss of any 777 due to operational incident.
  • February 8 – Eagle Airways Flight 2279, a BAe Jetstream 32, is hijacked ten minutes after taking off from Blenheim, New Zealand by a passenger who attacked both pilots. The hijacker is eventually restrained by the co-pilot and the flight lands safely at Christchurch. All nine on board survive the incident.
  • February 14 – Belavia Flight 1834, a Bombardier CRJ100, hits its left wing on the runway while taking off from Yerevan, Armenia. All 21 on board escape the aircraft before it erupts into flames.
  • February 21 – Santa Bárbara Airlines Flight 518, an ATR 42-300, crashes shortly after taking off from Mérida, Venezuela, killing all 46 on board.
  • April 3 – In the 2008 Suriname plane crash, an Antonov An-28 operated by Blue Wing Airlines crashes near Benzdorp in Suriname. All nineteen on board are killed.
  • April 11 – In the 2008 Chişinău Antonov An-32 crash, a Sudanese airline Antonov An-32 crashes when returning shortly after taking off from Chişinău International Airport, Moldova, for Turkey. All eight on board are killed.
  • April 15 – Hewa Bora Airways Flight 122, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9, crashes into a market near Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing 40 people, including three passengers.
  • May 30 – TACA Flight 390, an Airbus A320, overruns the runway at Toncontín International Airport in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, killing five (including two on ground).
  • June 10 – Sudan Airways Flight 109, an Airbus A310, crashes at Khartoum International Airport and breaks apart, catching fire. 30 deaths are confirmed, 6 passengers are listed as missing.
  • July 25 – Qantas Flight 30, a Boeing 747-400 en route from Hong Kong to Melbourne, performs an emergency descent and lands in Manila after a hull penetration results in rapid decompression; all aboard survive.
  • August 20 – Spanair Flight 5022, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82 crashes on takeoff at Barajas Airport in Madrid, Spain. Of the 172 people on board, 154 are killed.
  • August 24 – Iran Aseman Airlines Flight 6895, a Boeing 737, crashes just after takeoff from Manas Airport in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. 68 of the 90 passengers and crew on board are killed.
  • September 14 – Aeroflot Flight 821, a Boeing 737, crashes on approach to Perm Airport from Moscow due to pilot error, killing all 88 people on board in the worst ever accident involving the Boeing 737-500.
  • October 7 – Qantas Flight 72, an Airbus A330-300, makes an emergency landing in Exmouth, Australia, following a rapid descent that leaves over 70 people injured, 14 of them seriously.
  • October 8 – Yeti Airlines Flight 103, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, crashes 60 nmi (110 km) from Mt Everest, Nepal, killing 18 of 19 people on board.
  • November 10 – Ryanair Flight 4102, a Boeing 737 suffers up to 90 bird strikes on its final approach to Rome Ciampino Airport, damaging landing gear and both engines. Landed safely, 10 of the 172 on board are treated for minor injuries.
  • December 20 – Continental Airlines Flight 1404, a Boeing 737-500 with 115 people on board, veers off the runway upon takeoff from Denver International Airport, comes to rest in a ravine near the runway and catches fire; 38 people are injured.

2009 change

US Airways Flight 1549 floating in the Hudson River
  • January 15 – US Airways Flight 1549, an Airbus A320, ditches in the Hudson River just after taking off from LaGuardia Airport in New York City after total engine failure due to multiple bird strikes; all people aboard survive the accident.
  • February 7 – In the 2009 Manaus Aerotáxi crash, a Manaus Aerotáxi Embraer EMB-110 crashes near Santo António, Brazil, killing 24 of the 28 aboard.
  • February 12 – Colgan Air Flight 3407, a Bombardier Dash 8 Q400, flying from Newark Liberty International in New Jersey to Buffalo Niagara International Airport in New York crashes into a house in Clarence, New York, killing all 49 aboard the plane and one on the ground.
  • February 25 – Turkish Airlines Flight 1951, a Boeing 737-800, flying from Atatürk International Airport in Istanbul to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol crashes in a field during final approach; of the 135 people on board, 9 are killed and 86 injured.
  • March 12 – Cougar Helicopters Flight 91, a Sikorsky S-92, ditches in the Atlantic 34 miles (55 km) east-southeast of Newfoundland due to a main gearbox failure, killing 17 of 18 on board.
  • March 20 – Emirates Flight 407, an Airbus A340-500 flying from Melbourne Tullamarine Airport to Dubai International Airport has a tailstrike during take off and returns to Melbourne Airport with no fatalities.
  • March 23 – FedEx Express Flight 80, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11 flying from Guangzhou, China, crashes at Tokyo Narita International Airport, Japan; both the captain and the co-pilot of the plane are killed.
  • April 1 – 2009 Bond Helicopters Eurocopter AS332 crash: Bond Offshore Helicopters Flight 85N, a Eurocopter AS332, crashes 35 miles (56 km) off the Aberdeenshire coast while returning from the Miller oilfield, killing all 16 on board; the cause is a catastrophic failure of the main rotor gearbox.
  • April 19 – CanJet Flight 918 is seized on the ground by an armed man who slipped through security checks at Sangster International Airport, Montego Bay, Jamaica; all passengers are released early on; six crew members are kept as hostages for several hours before being freed unharmed.
  • June 1 – Air France Flight 447, an Airbus A330 en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, crashes in the Atlantic Ocean, killing all 228 occupants, including 12 crew; bodies and aircraft debris are not recovered until several days later; the aircraft itself is not found until 2011. The crash is the first fatal accident of the A330 and the worst-ever disaster involving the A330.
  • June 30 – Yemenia Flight 626, an Airbus A310 flying from Sana'a, Yemen to Moroni, Comoros, crashes into the Indian Ocean with 153 people aboard; one 12-year-old is found clinging to the wreckage.
  • July 13 – Southwest Airlines Flight 2294, a Boeing 737 from Nashville to Baltimore makes an emergency landing in Charleston, West Virginia, after a 14x17 inch hole opens in the skin of the fuselage at 34,000 feet (10,000 m), causing a loss of cabin pressure; the plane lands safely with no injuries.
  • July 15 – Caspian Airlines Flight 7908, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashes 16 minutes after takeoff near Qazvin, Iran, killing all 153 passengers and 15 crew.
  • July 24 – Aria Air Flight 1525, an Ilyushin Il-62, skids off the runway at Mashhad International Airport, killing 17 of 153 on board.
  • August 2 – Merpati Nusantara Airlines Flight 9760, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, crashes into a mountain in good weather over Indonesia, killing all 13 passengers and 3 crew.
  • August 4 – Bangkok Airways Flight 266, an ATR 72-200 carrying 68 passengers crashes in severe weather on landing at Samui airport in the resort island of Ko Samui in Thailand, resulting in at least 1 confirmed death and 37 injuries.
  • August 11 – Airlines PNG Flight 4684, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter carrying 11 passengers and 2 crew crashes into a mountain at Isurava, Papua New Guinea while attempting a go around at Kokoda Airport, Papua New Guinea; all passengers and crew perished in the accident.
  • September 9 – Aeroméxico Flight 576, a Boeing 737 with 104 passengers on board, is hijacked while flying from Cancún to Mexico City; after landing at Mexico City International Airport, Mexican officials storm the plane and take 5 men into custody; there are no casualties.
  • October 21 – Azza Transport Flight 2241, a Boeing 707, crashes on take off from Sharjah International Airport, United Arab Emirates; all 6 crew members are killed.
  • October 22 – Divi Divi Air Flight 014, a Britten-Norman Islander, with 10 on board, ditches in the Caribbean Sea off Bonaire due to engine failure, killing the pilot.
  • November 12 – RwandAir Flight 205, a Bombardier CRJ-100, crashes into a terminal shortly after an emergency landing at Kigali International Airport, Rwanda; of the 10 passengers and 5 crew, 1 passenger dies.
  • December 22 – American Airlines Flight 331, a Boeing 737-800 from Miami International Airport overruns the runway at Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, Jamaica; there are 40 injuries and no fatalities.
  • December 25 – Northwest Airlines Flight 253, an Airbus A330-300 is attacked by a man using a small explosive device, causing only a small fire inside the plane, which is extinguished by a flight attendant; the man is subdued by passengers and crew;

2010 change

Remains of Air India Express Flight 812
  • January 24 – Taban Air Flight 6437, a Tupolev Tu-154M, crashes while making an emergency landing at Mashhad International Airport, Iran, due to a medical emergency; all 157 passengers and 13 crew survive the accident with 47 receiving minor injuries.
  • January 25 – Ethiopian Airlines Flight 409, a Boeing 737-800, crashes into the Mediterranean Sea shortly after takeoff from Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport; the flight was heading to the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa; all 90 people on board perish.
  • March 22 – Aviastar-TU Flight 1906, a Tupolev Tu-204, crashes on landing at Domodedovo International Airport in foggy weather; all eight crew on board survive, but the aircraft is written off; this is the first loss of the Tu-204.
  • April 13 – AeroUnion Flight 302, an Airbus A300B4F, crashes on a missed approach from Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico, for Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. All five crew members are killed, as well as one person on the ground.
  • April 13 – Merpati Nusantara Airlines Flight 836, a Boeing 737, overruns the runway at Rendani Airport in Indonesia; all 103 people on board survive, with 23 injured, three of them seriously.
  • April 13 – Cathay Pacific Flight 780 from Surabaya Juanda International Airport to Hong Kong lands safely after both engines thrust controls get stuck due to contaminated fuel. 57 passengers are injured in evacuation. The two pilots receive the Polaris Award from the International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations, for their heroism and airmanship.[1]
  • May 12 – Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771, an Airbus A330, crashes on landing at Tripoli International Airport, killing 103 on board; the sole survivor is a child from the Netherlands.
  • May 17 – Pamir Airways Flight 112, an Antonov An-24 with 39 passengers and 5 crew, disappears from radar 10 minutes after takeoff from Kunduz Airport in Afghanistan. There were no survivors.
  • May 22 – Air India Express Flight 812, a Boeing 737-800, crashes at Mangalore International Airport after overshooting the runway, killing a total of 158 people in the worst-ever crash involving the 737-800.
  • June 20 – The 2010 Cameroon Aéro Service CASA C-212 Aviocar crash near Djoum, Cameroon, kills all 11 on board, including the entire board of Sundance Resources, an Australian mining conglomerate.
  • July 27 – Lufthansa Cargo Flight 8460, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11 freighter, catches fire and breaks in half as it lands at King Khalid International Airport, injuring the German pilot and co-pilot.
  • July 28 – Airblue Flight 202, an Airbus A321, crashes into a hill in the Margalla Hills north-east of Islamabad apparently due to bad weather resulting in 146 passengers and 6 crew members perished. It is the first fatal accident involving an Airbus A321 and Pakistan's worst air disaster.
  • August 3 – Katekavia Flight 9357, an Antonov An-24 crashes on approach to Igarka Airport, Russia, killing twelve people.
  • August 16 – AIRES Flight 8250, a Boeing 737 splits in three after a hard landing at Gustavo Rojas Pinilla Airport, San Andrés, Colombia. Of the 125 passengers and 6 crew members on board, two passengers are killed and another 113 injured.
  • August 24 – Agni Air Flight 101, a Dornier Do 228, crashes outside of Kathmandu, Nepal, in heavy rain, killing all 14 people on board.
  • August 24 – Henan Airlines Flight 8387, an Embraer E-190, overruns the runway and crashes at Yichun, Heilongjiang, northeast China, causing 44 fatalities from 91 passengers and 5 crew members; this is the first hull loss of an Embraer E-Jet.
  • August 25 – The 2010 Bandundu Filair Let L-410 crash on approach to Bandundu Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo, kills all but one of the 21 on board.
  • September 3 – UPS Airlines Flight 6, a Boeing 747-400, crashes at a military base shortly after takeoff from Dubai International Airport, killing both of the two crew.
  • September 7 – Alrosa Mirny Air Enterprise Flight 514, a Tupolev Tu-154M, suffers electrical failure and makes an emergency landing at Izhma Airport; while landing, the aircraft overruns the runway and is written off; all 81 passengers and crew survive.
  • September 13 – Conviasa Flight 2350, an ATR-42, crashes shortly before landing in Ciudad Guayana, killing 15 of the 51 people on board.
  • November 4 – Aero Caribbean Flight 883, an ATR-72, crashes in Sancti Spíritus, Cuba, killing all 68 on board in the joint worst-ever accident involving the ATR 72.
  • November 4 – Qantas Flight 32, an Airbus A380, suffers substantial mechanical failure of its left inboard engine after taking off from Singapore Changi Airport. The flight turns back and lands safely. All the 440 passengers and 29 crew on board are safe. Cowling parts of the failed engine fall over Batam Island.
  • November 5 – In the 2010 Karachi Beechcraft 1900 crash a JS Air charter crashes straight after takeoff, killing all 19 passengers and 2 crew on board.
  • November 11 – The Zalingei Tarco Airlines Antonov An-24 crash on landing at Zalingei Airport, Sudan, kills 6 of 44 on board.
  • November 28 – Sun Way Flight 4412, an Ilyushin Il-76TD, suffers an engine fire and crashes near Jinnah International Airport, killing all 8 crew on board and another 4 on the ground.
  • December 4 – Dagestan Airlines Flight 372, a Tupolev Tu-154, skids off the runway during emergency landing at Russia's Domodedovo International Airport, killing two of the 160 passengers on board and injuring 87.
  • December 15 – A Tara Air de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter crashes in the Bilandu Forest near Shreechaur, Okhaldhunga District, Nepal, killing all 22 passengers and crew on board.

2011 change

The remains of RusAir Flight 9605
  • January 1 – Kolavia Flight 348, a Tupolev Tu-154, erupts in flames while taxiing at Surgut International Airport, Russia, killing 3 out of 124 people and injuring 43.
  • January 9 – Iran Air Flight 277, a Boeing 727, crashes at Urmia Airport, Iran, during a go-around, killing 77 of 105 people on board.
  • February 10 – Manx2 Flight 7100, a Fairchild Metroliner III, crashes at Cork Airport, Republic of Ireland, and catches fire, killing 6 of 12 people on board.
  • February 14 – Central American Airways Flight 731, a Let L-410 Turbolet, crashes while on approach to Toncontín International Airport, killing all 14 on board.
  • March 21 – The 2011 Pointe-Noire Trans Air Congo An-12 crash: an Antonov An-12 crashes on approach to Pointe Noire Airport, Republic of the Congo, killing all 4 crew on board and another 19 on the ground.
  • April 1 – Southwest Airlines Flight 812, a Boeing 737, ruptures a hole in the fuselage at 36,000 feet, causing the cabin to lose pressure shortly after takeoff from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The plane lands safely at Yuma International Airport, Arizona, with 116 people aboard uninjured and 2 with minor injuries.
  • April 4 – In the 2011 United Nations Bombardier CRJ-100 crash, a Georgian Airways plane operated by the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO) crashes on landing at N'djili Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo; all but 1 of the 33 on board are killed.
  • May 7 – Merpati Nusantara Airlines Flight 8968, a Xian MA60, crashes off the coast of West Papua, Indonesia, while on approach to Kaimana Airport in heavy rain, killing all 25 passengers and crew on board.
  • May 18 – Sol Líneas Aéreas Flight 5428, a Saab 340, crashes off Prahuaniyeu, Río Negro, Argentina, while en route to General Enrique Mosconi International Airport, Comodoro Rivadavia due to ice formation on the wings, propellers and under the fuselage, killing all 22 passengers and crew on board.
  • June 20 – RusAir Flight 9605, a Tupolev Tu-134, crashes onto the Russian highway A133 near the village of Besovets, Petrozavodsk, Russia, while on approach to Petrozavodsk Airport, killing 47 of 52 on board.
  • July 6 – The 2011 Silk Way Airlines Ilyushin Il-76 crash: An Ilyushin Il-76 crashes into a mountain 25 kilometres (16 mi) short of Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, killing all 9 people on board the cargo flight from Baku, operated on behalf of NATO.
  • July 8 – Hewa Bora Airways Flight 952, a Boeing 727, crashes on landing at Bangoka International Airport, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing 74 of 118 on board.
  • July 11 – Angara Airlines Flight 5007, an Antonov An-24, ditches in the Ob River after an engine fire, killing 7 of 37 on board.
  • July 13 – Noar Linhas Aéreas Flight 4896, a Let L-410 Turbolet, crashes shortly after takeoff from Recife Airport, Brazil, killing all 16 on board.
  • July 28 – Asiana Airlines Flight 991, a Boeing 747 freighter, crashes into the Pacific Ocean, 112 kilometres (70 mi) west of Jeju Island, South Korea, killing the 2 crew.
  • July 29 - EgyptAir Flight 667. a Boeing 777, suffers a cockpit fire at Cairo International Airport. Injuring 7 of 317 on board.
  • July 30 – Caribbean Airlines Flight 523, a Boeing 737, overruns the runway on landing at Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Georgetown, Guyana, and breaks in two; seven are injured but all 163 passengers and crew survive.
  • August 9 – In the 2011 Avis Amur Antonov An-12 crash, an Antonov An-12, en route from Magadan Airport to Keperveyem Airport, crashes at Omsukchan, Russia, due to an engine fire, killing all 11 on board.
  • August 20 – First Air Flight 6560, a Boeing 737, crashes while on approach to Resolute Bay Airport, Nunavut, Canada, killing 12 of 15 on board.
  • September 6 – Aerocon Flight 238, a Fairchild Metroliner III, crashes near Trinidad, Bolivia, killing 8 of 9 people on board.
  • September 7 – Yak-Service Flight 9634, a Yakovlev Yak-42, crashes just after takeoff from Tunoshna Airport, Yaroslavl, Russia, due to pilot error, killing 44 of the 45 people on board. Many were players and staff of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl ice hockey team of the KHL, as the flight was destined for Minsk, Belarus for a league game.
  • September 25 – Buddha Air Flight 103, a Beechcraft 1900D, crashes in dense fog while attempting to land at Kathmandu Tribhuwan International Airport, killing all 16 passengers and 3 crew members.
  • October 13 – Airlines PNG Flight 1600, a de Havilland Canada DHC-8, crashes near the mouth of the Gogol River, Papua New Guinea, killing 28 of 32 on board.
  • October 18 – Iran Air Flight 742, a Boeing 727, en route from Moscow, Russia, to Tehran, Iran, lands without nose gear at Mehrabad International Airport; all 94 passengers and 14 crew members survive without injuries.
  • November 1 – LOT Polish Airlines Flight 16, a Boeing 767, performs a belly landing at Warsaw Chopin Airport after its landing gear failed to deploy; all 220 passengers and 11 crew members survive without injuries.

2012 change

Wreckage of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Air Flight 251
  • April 2 – UTair Flight 120, an ATR-72, crashes shortly after takeoff from Roshchino International Airport, Tyumen, Russia, killing 31 of the 43 passengers and crew on board.
  • April 20 – Bhoja Air Flight 213, a Boeing 737, crashes near Chaklala airbase, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, in bad weather, killing all 127 people on board.
  • May 9 – In the Mount Salak Sukhoi Superjet 100 crash, a Sukhoi Superjet 100 crashes into Mount Salak, Indonesia, on an exhibition flight, killing all 45 passengers and crew on board.
  • May 14 – In the Agni Air Flight CHT, a Dornier Do 228 crashes near Jomsom Airport, Nepal, during a go-around; of the 21 on board, 6 survive.
  • June 2 – Allied Air Flight 111, a Boeing 727, overruns the runway on landing at Kotoka International Airport, Accra, Ghana, and crashes through a fence; the aircraft then hits a bus on a nearby road; all 4 crew survive but 12 are killed on the ground.
  • June 3 – Dana Air Flight 992, a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 carrying 147 passengers and 6 crew members crashes in a suburb of Lagos, Nigeria, on approach to Murtala Muhammed International Airport, killing all on board and 10 more people on the ground.
  • June 29 – Six people attempt to hijack Tianjin Airlines Flight 7554, an Embraer E-190, 10 minutes after takeoff; passengers and crew are able to restrain the hijackers until the aircraft makes an emergency landing; of the 101 on board, 2 hijackers die and 11 passengers and crew are injured; this is China's first serious hijacking attempt since 1990.
  • September 12 – Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Air Flight 251, an Antonov An-28, crashes in Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia, killing 10 of the 14 passengers and crew on board.
  • September 28 – Sita Air Flight 601, a Dornier Do 228, crashes on the bank of the Manohara River, Kathmandu, Nepal, after a bird strike, killing all 19 on board.
  • October 7 – FlyMontserrat Flight 107, a Britten-Norman Islander, crashes after takeoff from V.C. Bird International Airport, Antigua and Barbuda; of the 4 on board, only 1 survives.
  • November 30 – In the 2012 Aéro-Service Ilyushin Il-76T crash, an Ilyushin Il-76T freighter crashes short of runway threshold on approach to Maya-Maya Airport, Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, in bad weather, killing all 6 aboard, 26 on the ground, and injuring 14.
  • December 17 - The 2012 Amazon Sky An-26 crash killed a crew of four, when the aircraft hit the ground while crossing the Andes.
  • December 25 – Air Bagan Flight 11, a Fokker 100, crash-lands on a road near Heho Airport, Myanmar, killing one on board, one on the ground and injuring 11.
  • December 29 – Red Wings Airlines Flight 9268, a Tupolev Tu-204 on a re-positioning flight, overruns the runway on landing at Moscow's Vnukovo International Airport, then breaks apart and catches fire; 5 of the 8 crew on board are killed in the first fatal accident involving the Tu-204.

2013 change

Remains of UPS flight 1354
NTSB investigators looking at the fuselage of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 after it crash-landed in San Francisco (July 2013)
  • January 29 – SCAT Airlines Flight 760, a Bombardier CRJ200, crashes in thick fog on approach to Almaty International Airport, Kazakhstan, killing all 16 passengers and 5 crew on board.
  • February 13 – South Airlines Flight 8971, an Antonov An-24, crash-lands in dense fog at Donetsk International Airport, Ukraine, killing 5 of 52 people on board.
  • April 13 – Lion Air Flight 904, a Boeing 737 carrying 101 passengers and 7 crew members, crashes into the ocean while attempting to land at Ngurah Rai International Airport on the Indonesian island of Bali, injuring 46 people.
  • April 29 – National Airlines Flight 102, a Boeing 747 freighter, stalls and crashes shortly after takeoff from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, due to load shifting, killing all seven crew members on board.
  • May 16 – Nepal Airlines Flight 555, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6, overruns the runway on landing at Jomsom Airport, Nepal, injuring seven people.
  • July 6 – Asiana Airlines Flight 214, a Boeing 777, crashes short of the runway on landing at San Francisco International Airport, killing three of 307 on board and injuring 182. The crash was the first fatal accident involving the Boeing 777.
  • July 7 – A de Havilland Canada DHC-3 operated by Rediske Air crashes on approach to Soldotna Airport, Alaska, killing all 10 people on board.
  • August 14 – UPS Airlines Flight 1354, an Airbus A300 freighter, crashes short of the runway on approach to Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport, killing the two crew on board.
  • October 3 – Associated Aviation Flight 361, an Embraer 120, crashes shortly after takeoff from Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, killing 15 people on board.
  • October 16 – Lao Airlines Flight 301, an ATR-72, crashes shortly before landing at Pakse International Airport under adverse weather conditions, killing all 44 passengers and 5 crew on board.
  • November 17 – Tatarstan Airlines Flight 363, a Boeing 737, crashes at Kazan International Airport, Russia, during a go-around, killing all 50 people on board.
  • November 29 – LAM Mozambique Airlines Flight 470, an Embraer 190, en route from Maputo International Airport, Mozambique, to Quatro de Fevereiro Airport, Angola crashes into Bwabwata National Park in northern Namibia, killing all 33 people on board.

2014 change

An offshore supply ship with the tail of QZ8501 on its stern on 10 January 2015
  • February 16 – Nepal Airlines Flight 183, a de Havilland Canada DHC-6, crashes near Khidim about 74 kilometres southwest of Pokhara, Nepal, killing all 18 people on board.
  • February 17 – Ethiopian Airlines Flight 702, a Boeing 767, is hijacked by the co-pilot while en route from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to Rome, Italy, but lands safely at Geneva, Switzerland. All 202 passengers and crew aboard are unharmed.
  • March 8 – Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a Boeing 777 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 227 passengers and 12 crew on board, disappears from radar over the Gulf of Thailand. A wing part was later found in Réunion.
  • July 17 – Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a Boeing 777 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, is shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew on board in the deadliest civilian airliner shootdown incident.
  • July 23 – TransAsia Airways Flight 222, an ATR-72 en route from Kaohsiung to Penghu, Taiwan, crashes during go-around, killing 48 of the 58 people on board.
  • July 24 – Air Algérie Flight 5017, a chartered Swiftair McDonnell Douglas MD-83 operating for Air Algérie en route from Burkina Faso to Algiers, crashes in the northern Mali desert after disappearing from radar approximately 50 minutes after takeoff, killing all 110 passengers and 6 crew members on board.
  • August 10 – Sepahan Airlines Flight 5915, a HESA IrAn-140 (an Antonov An-140 built under license) crashes shortly after takeoff from Mehrabad International Airport, Iran, killing 39 of the 48 people on board.
  • December 28 – Indonesia AirAsia Flight 8501, an Airbus A320 en route from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore, crashes into waters off Borneo, killing all 155 passengers and 7 crew on board.

2015 change

TransAsia Airways Flight 235.
  • February 4 – TransAsia Airways Flight 235, an ATR-72, stalls on takeoff and crashes into the Keelung River in Taiwan after striking the Huandong Viaduct and a passing taxi. 43 of the 58 passengers and crew on board were killed.
  • March 5 – Delta Air Lines Flight 1086, a McDonnell Douglas MD-88 skids off the runway at LaGuardia Airport and crashes into a fence, coming inches from Flushing Bay. Several people were injured, but there were no fatalities.
  • March 24 – Germanwings Flight 9525, an Airbus A320, crashes in southern France en route from Barcelona, Spain to Düsseldorf, Germany as a result of a deliberate act by the first officer. All 144 passengers and 6 crew on board the aircraft died in the crash.
  • March 29 – Air Canada Flight 624, an Airbus A320, crashes short of the runway and hits power lines while landing at Stanfield International Airport, en route from Toronto. All 138 passengers and crew on board survive, with 23 treated for minor injures.
  • April 14 – Asiana Airlines Flight 162, an Airbus A320, crashes short of the runway and hits a localizer while landing at Hiroshima Airport, after en route from Seoul. All 82 passengers and crew on board survive, but 27 are injured.
  • April 25 – Turkish Airlines Flight 1878, an Airbus A320, is severely damaged in a landing accident at Atatürk International Airport. All 102 passengers and crew on board are evacuated without injury.
  • August 16 – Trigana Air Service Flight 267, an ATR-42, crashes while en route from Sentani Airport, to Oskibil Airport in the eastern Indonesian province of Papua. All 49 passengers and five crew members are killed in the crash in the worst aviation accident ever involving the ATR-42.
  • September 5 – Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines Flight 71, a Boeing 737-800, collides in a mid-air with a BAe 125 air ambulance operated by Senegalair over eastern Senegal. The BAe 125 crashes in the Atlantic killing all 7 on board, while the 737 lands safely without any injuries to those on board.
  • September 8 – British Airways Flight 2276, a Boeing 777-200, aborts takeoff at McCarran International Airport following an engine fire. All 189 passengers and crew were evacuated safely.
  • October 2 – Aviastar Flight 7503, a DHC-6 Twin Otter, crashes on a mountain 11 minutes after take-off over Palopo, Indonesia, killing all 10 passengers and crew on board.
  • October 29 – Dynamic Airways Flight 405, a Boeing 767-200, erupts in flames while preparing for take-off at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. All 101 passengers and crew on board survive, but 21 people are injured.
  • October 31 – Metrojet Flight 9268, an Airbus A321, explodes in mid-air due to a terrorist bomb over the Sinai Peninsula 23 minutes after takeoff from Sharm-El-Sheikh, killing all 224 passengers and crew on board.
  • November 4 – In the 2015 Juba An-12 crash, an Allied Services, Ltd. Antonov An-12 crashes near the White Nile shortly after takeoff from Juba International Airport, killing 37 of 39 on board

2016 change

Debris left on Runway 22, Rostov-on-don Airport of Flydubai Flight 981
Wreckage of LaMia Flight 2933.
  • January 8 - West Air Sweden Flight 294, a Bombardier CRJ200 cargo freighter, crashes while in cruise near Akkajaure in Sweden. Both crew members on board are killed.
  • February 2 - Daallo Airlines Flight 159, an Airbus A321, suffers an explosion shortly after taking off from Aden Adde International Airport, Somalia. Two people are injured and one, the suspected suicide bomber, is killed after falling from the aircraft.
  • February 24 - Tara Air Flight 193, a Viking Air-built DHC-6 Twin Otter, flies into a storm and crashes into a mountainside at Dana, Myagdi district, Nepal, killing all 23 on board.
  • February 26 - In the 2016 Air Kasthamandap crash, an Air Kasthamandap PAC 750XL crash-lands in Nepal, killing the two crew members and injuring nine passengers.
  • March 19 - Flydubai Flight 981, a Boeing 737-800, crashes while landing at Rostov-on-Don, Russia, in poor weather. All 62 people on board are killed.
  • March 29 - EgyptAir Flight 181, an Airbus A320, is hijacked and forcibly diverted to Larnaca International Airport, Cyprus. All passengers and crew are released unharmed.
  • April 4 - Batik Air Flight 7703, a Boeing 737-800, collides with an ATR 42 on the runway at Halim Perdanakusma Airport in Jakarta. Both aircraft are substantially damaged.
  • April 13 - In the 2016 Sunbird Aviation crash, a Britten-Norman Islander crashes short of the runway while landing at Kiunga, Papua New Guinea. All 12 people on board are killed.
  • April 29 - In the 2016 Turøy helicopter crash, a Eurocopter EC225L Super Puma helicopter crashes near Turøy, an island off the coast of Norway. All 13 passengers and crew are killed.
  • May 18 - In the 2016 Silk Way Airlines Antonov An-12 crash, a Silk Way Airlines Antonov An-12 cargo plane crashes after an engine failure, killing seven and injuring two.
  • May 19 - EgyptAir Flight 804, an Airbus A320, crashes into the eastern Mediterranean Sea after a series of sharp descending turns. All 56 passengers and 10 crew are killed.
  • May 27 - Korean Air Flight 2708, a Boeing 777-300, suffers an engine failure and resulting fire while taxiing for takeoff at Haneda Airport; all 319 passengers and crew are evacuated although 12 are injured.
  • June 27 - Singapore Airlines Flight 368, a Boeing 777-300ER, suffers an engine fire at Singapore Changi Airport after returning due to a fuel leak. All 241 passengers and crew are unharmed.
  • August 3 - Emirates Flight 521, a Boeing 777-300, lands wheels-up at Dubai International Airport. Shortly after landing, the plane bursts into flames. All 300 passengers and crew escape from the aircraft unharmed; one firefighter killed by an explosion.
  • August 5 – ASL Airlines Hungary Flight 7332, a Boeing 737, overruns a runway on landing at Orio al Serio International Airport; both pilots survive.
  • October 28 – American Airlines Flight 383, a Boeing 767-300ER, suffers an uncontained engine failure and fire at Chicago O'Hare Airport. Twenty of the 170 people on board suffer injuries.
  • October 28 – FedEx Express Flight 910, a McDonnell Douglas MD-10-10F, skids off the runway after the landing gear collapses on landing at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport; the left wing is severely damaged in a post-crash fire but both pilots survive.
  • November 28 - LaMia Airlines Flight 2933, an Avro RJ85, crashes at Cerro Gordo en route to Medellín, Colombia. It was carrying the Brazilian football team Chapecoense. Only six survive among 77 passengers and crew.
  • December 7 - Pakistan International Airlines Flight 661, a ATR-42-500, crashes at Havelian while en route from Chitral to Islamabad. All 42 passengers and 5 crew members are killed in the accident.
  • December 20 - Aerosucre Flight 4544, a Boeing 727-200, crashed while failing to take off from Puerto Carreño en route to Bogota, Colombia. Only 1 survives of the 6 crew members on board.
  • December 23 - Afriqiyah Airways Flight 209, an Airbus A320-214, is hijacked by two Gaddafi supporters & forced to land at Malta Airport. After several hours, all passengers & crew were released & the hijackers surrendered.

2017 change

The debris of Turkish Airlines Flight 6491 in Kyrgyzstan

2018 change

2019 change

  • January 14 – 2019 Saha Airlines Boeing 707 crash, a Boeing 707-3J9C overshoots the runway on landing by mistake at Fath Air Base, Iran, killing 15 of 16 people inside.
  • February 23 – Atlas Air Flight 3591, a Boeing 767-375(ER)(BCF) crashes into Trinity Bay as it approached the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas. All three crew members died.
  • February 24 – Biman Bangladesh Airlines Flight 147, a Boeing 737-800, survived an attempted hijacking by a man with a toy pistol. All passengers were safely evacuated upon landing in Shah Amanat International Airport in Chittagong and the would-be hijacker was shot dead by Bangladeshi special forces.
  • March 9 — 2019 Colombia DC-3 crash, a Douglas DC-3 crashes while attempting to land at La Vanguardia Airport, Villavicencio, Colombia. All 11 passengers and 3 crew are killed.
  • March 10 - Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, a Boeing 737 MAX 8, crashes near Bishoftu, Ethiopia six minutes after taking off from Bole International Airport heading to JKIA , Kenya . All 149 passengers and 8 crew are killed.
  • May 3 – Miami Air Flight 293, a Boeing 737-81Q, overshoots the runway on landing in Jacksonville during a thunderstorm; all 143 passengers and crew survived the accident.
  • May 5 – Aeroflot Flight 1492, a Sukhoi Superjet 100 operating an internal flight in Russia, suffers an inflight electrical failure shortly after departing from Sheremetyevo International Airport, Moscow, and returns to the airport where it catches fire after landing; 41 of the 78 people on board died.
  • May 8 – Biman Bangladesh Airlines Flight 60, a Bombardier Q400 from Shahjalal International Airport in Bangladesh, runs over the runway in bad weather at Yangon International Airport, Myanmar; all 33 people on board survived but 18 were injured.
  • May 13 – A Taquan Air de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Turbine Otter floatplane collides in mid-air with a Mountain Air Service de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver floatplane, while both are operating flights over George Inlet, Alaska, United States; the DHC-2 pilot and all four passengers are killed; the DHC-3 makes an emergency landing in water with the loss of one of its 10 passengers.
  • June 27 – Angara Airlines Flight 200, an Antonov An-24 operating an internal flight in Russia, suffers an engine failure and lands at Nizhneangarsk Airport where it runs off the runway and crashes into a building; all 43 passengers survive but two of the four crew members are killed.
  • August 15 – Ural Airlines Flight 178, an Airbus A321 bound for Simferopol, Crimea, suffers a double bird strike after takeoff from Zhukovsky International Airport in Moscow, Russia, and performs an landing in a cornfield; 74 of the 233 people on board are injured.
  • October 4 – Ukraine Air Alliance Flight 4050, an Antonov An-12 en route from Spain to Turkey, crashes on approach to its stopover spot at Lviv International Airport in Ukraine, due to fuel exhaustion; five of the eight occupants are killed and the three survivors are seriously injured.
  • October 17 – PenAir Flight 3296, a Saab 2000 flying from Anchorage, Alaska, United States, to Amaknak Island off the Alaskan coast, runs off the runway after landing in erratic wind conditions, critically injuring two of the 42 people on board, one of whom dies the next day.
  • November 24 – A Busy Bee Dornier Do 228 crashes shortly after takeoff from Goma International Airport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing all 19 occupants of the aircraft and 10 people on the ground.
  • December 27 – Bek Air Flight 2100, a Fokker 100 operating an internal flight in Kazakhstan, crashes on takeoff from Almaty International Airport, killing 13 of the 98 people on board and injuring 66.

2020 change

  • January 8 – Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, a Boeing 737-800 bound for Kyiv, Ukraine, crashes shortly after taking off from Imam Khomeini International Airport in Tehran, Iran, after being hit by two missiles launched by the Iranian military; all 176 crew and passengers on board are killed.
  • January 14 – Delta Air Lines Flight 89, a Boeing 777-200, dumps fuel over schools and neighborhoods while returning to Los Angeles International Airport, injuring 56.
Caspian Airlines Flight 6936
  • January 27 – Caspian Airlines Flight 6936, a McDonnell Douglas MD-83, flying a domestic flight from Tehran, Iran, overruns the runway on landing at Mahshahr Airport, Iran; the aircraft comes to a stop on a road, injuring 2 of the 144 passengers and crew on board.
  • February 5 – Pegasus Airlines Flight 2193, a Boeing 737-800 operating an internal flight between İzmir and Istanbul in Turkey, skids off the runway and drops down an embankment on landing at Sabiha Gökçen International Airport; three of the 183 people on board are killed.
  • May 4 – An East African Express Airways Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia crashes after being fired upon by Ethiopian ground forces during a cargo flight carrying pandemic relief supplies to Berdale, Somalia; all four passengers and two crew are killed.
  • May 22 – Pakistan International Airlines Flight 8303, an Airbus A320, crashes in a neighborhood in Karachi minutes before a second attempted landing at Jinnah International Airport. 2 passengers survive among the 99 on board. One victim on the ground later dies from her injuries.
  • August 7 – Air India Express Flight 1344, a Boeing 737-800, crashes on landing at Kozhikode International Airport; 21 occupants are killed, including both pilots.
  • August 22 – A South West Aviation Antonov An-26 crashes in a residential area after taking off for a cargo flight from Juba International Airport, South Sudan, killing 8 of 9 people on board.
  • November 13 – Volga-Dnepr Airlines Flight 4066, an An-124 operating a cargo flight from Novosibirsk, Russia to Vienna, Austria, suffers an engine failure on takeoff and overruns the runway upon returning to Novosibirsk. All 14 crew members survive the incident.

2021 change

  • January 9 – Sriwijaya Air Flight 182, a Boeing 737-500 operating an internal flight to Pontianak, Indonesia, crashes shortly after takeoff from Jakarta’s Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. All 62 passengers and crew are killed in the crash.
  • February 20 - Longtail Aviation Flight 5504 , a Boeing 747-400BCF operating a cargo flight from Maastricht, Netherlands to New York, United States suffers engine failure shortly after takeoff. The aircraft safely diverts to Liege, Belgium but two people on the ground are injured by falling debris.
  • February 20 – United Airlines Flight 328, a Boeing 777-200 flying from Denver to Honolulu suffers an engine failure after takeoff, scattering debris over homes below. None of the 241 passengers and crew are injured, and no one was injured on the ground from debris.
  • March 2 – A South Sudan Supreme Airlines Let L-410 Turbolet crashes whilst operating an internal flight from Pieri to Yuai, South Sudan. All 8 passengers and 2 crew are killed.
  • May 23 – Ryanair Flight 4978, a Boeing 737-800 operating an international scheduled flight from Athens, Greece to Vilnius, Lithuania, is forced to land at Minsk, Belarus. Activist Roman Pratasevich, who was on board the aircraft, is arrested.
  • July 2 – Transair Flight 810, a Boeing 737-200C operating an internal cargo flight in Hawaii between Honolulu, Oahu and the neighbouring island of Maui, suffers engine failure shortly after takeoff and lands in the sea. Both pilots survive with injuries.
  • July 6 - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Air Enterprise Flight 251, an Antonov An-26 operating a domestic flight from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky to Palana, Russia, crashes on approach. All 22 passengers and 6 crew are killed.
  • July 16 - SiLA Airlines Flight 42, an Antonov An-28 operating an internal flight from Kedrovy to Tomsk, Russia, makes a crash landing after takeoff, injuring 2 of the 18 passengers and crew on board.

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References change

  1. "Pilots reveal death-defying ordeal as engines failed on approach to Chek Lap Kok". South China Morning Post. 20 April 2014. Retrieved 21 April 2014.