5 Deadliest Plane Crashes of the history

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September 11 plane crash (2992 died)

Who can forget all time famous 9 11 plane crashes in three different locations across America killing 2992 people injuring more than 6500 people. Four commercial airplanes, which were on their normal routine turned at different sites. At 8:46 am one plane of American Airline was crashed into the North Tower World Trace Center followed by another plane of United Airlines. The other two planes crashed in pentagon and Shanks Ville, Pennsylvania respectively.

Tenerife airport disaster (583 died)

Second most deadly plane crash happened when two Boeing 747s collided with each other killing 583 passengers; only 16 could survived. The crash happened on Canary Islands which is 100 kilometer west from Morocco and Sub-Sahara. Although the island is physically near to Africa but interestingly it is overseas parts of Span.

Japan Airlines Flight 123 crash (520 died)
This is most deadliest plan crash in history of Japanese aviation. Japan Airlines Flight 123 was on it s way from Tokyo Airport to Osaka International Airport but crashed before reaching it’s destination in a mountain called “Mount Takamagahara”. Only four passengers survived among 520.

Japan Airlines Flight 123 crash (520 died)


This is deadliest plane crash in history of Japanese aviation. Japan Airlines Flight 123 was on its way from Tokyo Airport to Osaka International Airport but crashed before reaching it’s destination in a mountain called “Mount Takamagahara”. Only four passengers survived among 520.

Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision (349 died)

Charkha Dandri mid-air collision took life of 349 passengers in two different planes. The Saudi and Kazak airline planes were on their respective ways but couldn’t keep up a distance and collided over the village of Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, India. Kazakhstani Pilot is accused for the plan crash.

Ermenonville air disaster (333 died)


On 3rd match 1977 a plane of Turkish Airline crashed in Ermenonville, France and therefore known as Ermenonville air disaster. Failure of the rear cargo hatch latching system were the main reason of the crash.

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  • 9-11 has always been quite controversial

  • Karin

    Watching them doesn't make me feel like flying anywhere. Maybe i better stay at home?

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