This list of accidents and incidents on airliners by location summarizes airline accidents by states location, airline company with flight number, date, and cause.
There are 380 listed at the last count, as of 1.11.2015, not including those on linked articles.
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Airlines often seem to be remembered by their worst accidents and incidents. In that sense this list presents a good overview. While all the accidents and incidents in this list are noteworthy, not all involve fatalities.
If the aircraft crashed on land, it will be listed under a continent and a country. If the aircraft crashed on a body of water, it will be listed under that body of water (except if that body of water included in an area of a country). Accidents and incidents written in bold were the deadliest in that country.
- Hong Kong SAR (China)
- Guam (United States)
- Saudi Arabia
- South Korea
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- United Arab Emirates
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- Air Algérie Flight 6289 5 seconds after take-off, the left engine of the Boeing 737-200 exploded. Subsequent loss of control led to the worst aviation disaster in Algeria.
- Air France Flight 8969 was hijacked after take off from Algiers and flown to France on 24 December 1994,
- Air France Flight 406, the aircraft exploded and shattered into pieces when a bomb smuggled inside its cargo on 10 May 1961, killing everyone on board.
- N844AA was a Boeing 727 leased to TAAG Angola Airlines that was stolen from Quatro de Fevereiro Airport in Luanda on 25 May 2003. The aircraft disappeared after takeoff, and a mechanic confirmed to be on board has not been heard from since.
- A Trans Service Airlift Lockheed L-188 crashed on 18 December 1995 shortly after takeoff from Jamba Airport, killing 141 passengers and crew. The aircraft had been filled with 40 people beyond specifications. One crewmember and two passengers survived.
- TAAG Angola Airlines Flight 462 left wing struck the ground, crashed and exploded on 8 November 1983 after an apparent mechanical failure, killing all 130 people aboard.
- 1999 Air Botswana incident - On 11 October 1999, Chris Patswe, a former Air Botswana pilot, hijacked an aircraft and crashed it into another plane. He was the only person who died.
- UTAGE Flight 141 Overloading caused the plane to take off too late and struck an airport structure. The Boeing 727 slid and broke, plunged into the Atlantic in Benin's worst aviation disaster.
Canary Islands, Spain
- KLM Flight 4805 and Pan Am Flight 1736 crashed during takeoff from Tenerife in the Canary Islands on 27 March 1977 in what has become known as the Tenerife airport disaster, the worst aviation disaster in history. The ground collision was caused by a number of factors, including weather conditions, pilot error, and technical limitations. A total of 583 people aboard both aircraft died. Survivors numbered 61 (54 passengers, 7 crew).
- Dan-Air Flight 1008 crashed into a mountain on Tenerife near Los Rodeos due to pilot error on 25 April 1980. All 146 people aboard were killed.
- Caledonian Airways Flight 153 crashed into a swamp shortly after takeoff from Douala International Airport on 4 March 1962, killing all 111 aboard. The cause was never determined.
- Cameroon Airlines Flight 786 - The Boeing 737-2H7C was taxiing for take-off from Douala International Airport when the engine no 2 suffered a turbine engine failure which resulted a fire. All 116 passengers and crews were able to evacuate from the burning aircraft, but two passengers died due to fire outside of the aircraft.
- Cameroon Airlines Flight 3701 - Upon approach to Douala International Airport, the Boeing 737-200 nose-dived and crashed into a swamp, killing 71 people and injuring 5. Engine thrust asymmetry and subsequent lost of control are suspected as the cause of the incident.
- Kenya Airways Flight 507 - The night of 5 May 2007, shortly after takeoff from Douala International Airport a Boeing 737-800 suddenly banked heavily to the right, nose-dived and slammed into a swamp, killing all 114 aboard. The incident was caused by pilot error. Investigation identified lack of crew coordination, spatial disorientation, and confusion in the use of the auto pilot as contributing factors to Cameroon's deadliest plane crash.
- Air West Flight 612 Hijacked shortly after takeoff from Khartoum, Sudan, and flown to N'Djamena, Chad on 24 January 2007. There were no casualties, and the hijacker gave himself up upon reaching Chad.
- Ethiopian Airlines Flight 961 was hijacked on 23 November 1996 en route from Addis Ababa to Nairobi by three Ethiopians seeking political asylum. The plane crash-landed in the Indian Ocean near Comoros after running out of fuel, killing 125 of the 175 passengers and crew on board.
- Yemenia Flight 626 The Airbus A300 was on approach to Moroni when it stalled. The flight crews didn't do the appropriate action to recover it and thus the plane crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Northern coast of Comoros on 30 June 2009. Of 153 aboard, 152 died; a 12-year-old passenger was found alive.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Hewa Bora Airways Flight 122 crashed into a residential and market area of Goma on 15 April 2008 after its engines failed during takeoff. Three passengers and 37 people on the ground died; 83 passengers and 8 crew survived. Additionally 111 injuries were reported, 40 of whom were passengers.
- An Antonov An-26 operated by Africa One crashed and burned shortly after takeoff from Kinshasa on 4 October 2007. Deaths numbered 51, including 31 on the ground. One, possibly two, passengers survived. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
- An Antonov An-32B operated by the Great Lakes Business Company, overloaded with nine tons of cassiterite and other minerals, and carrying 12 passengers and a crew of three develops engine failure about ten minutes after takeoff from Kongolo Airport in Kongolo on 26 August 2007. It attempts to return to the airport but strikes trees, crashes, and burns short of the runway, killing 14 of the 15 people on board.
- A L-410 aircraft operated by Free Airlines crashed in a swamp shortly after takeoff from Kamina Airport on 21 June 2007. The plane was overloaded, carrying 21 passengers and crew rather than the 17 maximum specified. One person died, and four others were badly injured.
- An Antonov An-26B operated by Air Kasai in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on a flight from Boende to Kinshasa on 9 September 2005 crashes 50 km (31 miles) north of Brazzaville in the neighboring Republic of the Congo, killing all 13 people on board.
- An Antonov An-26B operated as a Kavatshi Airlines flight under an airworthiness certificate that had expired in September 2004, strikes a tree, crashes, and burns while landing in fog at Matari Airport in Isiro, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing all 11 people on board.
- 1996 Air Africa crash Failed to take off due to being over maximum take off weight. The aircraft overran the runway and plowed into a crowded market, which killed more than 220 people.
Republic of the Congo
- An Antonov An-26B operated by Air Kasai in the neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo on a flight from Boende to Kinshasa on 9 September 2005 crashes 50 km (31 miles) north of Brazzaville, killing all 13 people on board.
- 1969 Aswan Ilyushin Il-18 crash, the Ilyushin Il-18 banked to right, hit the runway and burst into flames while attempting to land on Aswan International Airport in Aswan. 100 people aboard were killed.
- Pan Am Flight 93 was hijacked as a part of the Dawson's Field hijackings on 6 September 1970 and flown to Beirut and then to Cairo. The aircraft was blown up by the hijackers seconds after the passengers were deplaned.
- Flash Airlines Flight 604 crashed into the Red Sea shortly after takeoff from Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport on 3 January 2004. All 148 aboard were killed. The findings of the crash investigation are controversial, with accident investigators from the different countries involved not agreeing on the cause.
- Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 114 was shot down by Israeli fighter jets on 21 February 1973 after it entered Israeli airspace and its pilots ignored instructions from the fighter pilots. Deaths were 108 of those aboard; one of the five survivors included the copilot.
- KLM Flight 823 crashed, burst into flames while on approach to Cairo International Airport, killing 20 people.
- PIA Flight 705 crashed while attempting to land at Cairo International Airport on 20 May 1965 when the pilot descended too quickly. Six passengers survived; the other 121 people aboard died.
- TWA Flight 903 crashed during a forced emergency landing in the desert near Cairo after an engine caught fire and separated from the aircraft mid-flight on 1 September 1950. All 55 aboard were killed.
- Metrojet Flight 9268 disintegrated while cruising in mid-air over the Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 people on board. Russia and the West blamed ISIS for the downing of the aircraft, while Egypt denied such allegations.
- Aeroflot Flight 418 - On 1 June 1976, a Tupolev Tu-154A carrying 46 people slammed into the mountain in Bioko. Everyone perished.
- 2005 Equatorial Express Airlines An-24 crash - On the night of 16 July 2005, an Antonov An-24 clipped some trees and crashed due to being overloaded in Equatorial Guinea's deadliest plane crash.
- Ethiopian Air Lines Flight 372- Flight 372 slammed into a mountain south of Jimma on 15 July 1960, killing everyone on board.
- Ethiopian Airlines Flight 604 - The aircraft suffered a multiple bird strikes and attempted an emergency landing at Bahir Dar. Upon landing, the plane caught fire, killing 35 people.
- Lufthansa Flight 540 - The Boeing 747 stalled shortly after take off, grazed some bushes and grass, and hit an elevated road access. The left wing burst into flames and spread, killing 59 people.
- Kenya Airways Flight 431 The aircraft was actually flying at normal take-off speed and doing fine. But then, the Airbus A310 stall warning suddenly went on. The pilots then pushed the controllers, so the stall warning stopped. The plane actually never flew at stall speed. Flight 431 then crashed into the Atlantic Ocean shortly after takeoff from Abidjan on 30 January 2000. Ten passengers survived. Of the 169 fatalities, 146 bodies were recovered, and 103 of those bodies were identified.
- Varig Flight 797 crashed into the jungle near Abidjan after engine failure on 3 January 1987. Of 51 on board, 50 people died; a single passenger survived.
- Pan Am Flight 151 crashed into a hill in Bong County on 22 June 1951 due to pilot error. All 40 on board were killed.
- 1958 Central African Airways plane crash The plane, a Vickers Viscount was carrying 54 people when it crashed into high ground, killing 36 people. At the time, it was the deadliest plane crash in Libya. Possible fatigue and indisposition were blamed for the crash.
- Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 The Airbus A330 was on approach to Tripoli International Airport on 12 May 2010 when it slammed to the ground on nose down input, slid, disintegrated and exploded. Among the 104 aboard, there was one survivor, 9 year old Ruben van Assouw from the Netherlands.
- Korean Air Flight 803 crashed onto an orchard while on approach to Tripoli International Airport on 27 July 1989 on thick fog and low visibility, killing 79 people. The cause was due to pilot error.
- Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 1103 Flight 1103 was approaching to Tripoli Airport on 22 December 1992 when it disintegrated to pieces. All 157 aboard were killed. The official cause was a mid-air collision with a fighter jet, but some have contested this conclusion, claiming Muammar Gaddafi ordered the aircraft's destruction.
- Air Algérie Flight 5017 was a scheduled flight from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso to Algiers, Algeria crashed near Gossi, Mali on the 24 July 2014. The McDonnell Douglas MD-80 was carrying 110 passengers and 6 crew, who all perished.
- Air Mauritanie Flight 625 - The Fokker F28 Fellowship was carrying a total of 93 people when it flew into a sandstorm. This limits the visibility for the pilots. The aircraft hit terrain and killed a total of 80 people in the worst crash involving a Fokker 28 and one of the worst in Mauritania.
- Air France Flight 2005 - On 12 September 1961, a Sud Aviation Caravelle was on approach to Rabat when it slammed to the ground, killing all 77 people on board.
- Agadir air disaster - On August 3, 1975, a Boeing 707-321C slammed into mountain and exploded, killing all 188 people on board in Morocco's deadliest air disaster. The plane was totally destroyed and disintegrated.
- Royal Air Maroc Flight 630 - On 21 August 1994, an ATR 42-312 was carrying 44 people while en route to Mohammed V Airport. when it was deliberately crashed by the pilot, killing all on board.
- South African Airways Flight 228, named Pretoria crashed on 20 April 1968 while on approach to Windhoek, killing 123 people.
- LAM Mozambique Airlines Flight 470 crashed on 29 November 2013 into the Bwabwata National Park in Namibia en route to Quatro de Fevereiro Airport, Angola. All 27 passengers and six crew on board. Final report concluded that the pilot intentionally crashed the plane into terrain.
- UTA Flight 772, operated by the French airline Union des Transports Aériens, was flying over the Sahara Desert. The McDonnell Douglas exploded to pieces in the sky of Niger on 19 September 1989. All 156 passengers and 14 crew members died, including the wife of the American ambassador to Chad. The investigation found that Libyan terrorist backed up by the Libyan government smuggled the bomb in the cargo hold.
- Nigeria Airways Flight 825 a Vickers VC-10 struck trees and exploded while on approach to Lagos International Airport on 20 November 1969, killing all 87 people on board.
- Kano air disaster A Boeing 707 was landing at Kano Airport on 22 January 1976 when the nose wheel suddenly collapsed. After that, the right main gear started to collapsed as well. The aircraft spun 180°, excursed the runway and burst into flames, killing 176.
- ADC Airlines Flight 86 The plane was in collision course with another plane. The pilots adverted the disaster by doing a drastic maneuvre, but loss control and crashed. The cause was ATC error and pilot error.
- Nigeria Airways Flight 357 The Boeing 737-2F9 was landing on Kaduna Airport on 13 November 1995 when it overran the runway and burst into flames, killing 11 people. The aircraft was destroyed by the flames.
- EAS Airlines Flight 4226 Crashed in a residential section of the city of Kano on 4 May 2002 due to pilot error. Deaths included 71 people aboard the aircraft, as well as 78 people on the ground. Six passengers survived with injuries.
- Bellview Airlines Flight 210 Crashed shortly after takeoff. Cause undetermined.
- Sosoliso Airlines Flight 1145 Crash landed on the runway at Port Harcourt International Airport on 10 December 2005 due to pilot error, 10 December 2005
- ADC Airlines Flight 53 Crashed immediately after takeoff due to wind shear and pilot error, while avoiding a collision. 7 November 1996
- Dana Air Flight 992 Crashed into a building in Lagos due to engine failure on 3 June 2012. All 153 people on board the aircraft and ten more on the ground were killed.
- RwandAir Flight 205 crashed into a building after an engine throttle became jammed during landings in Kigali on 12 November 2009, killing one passenger.
- Somali Airlines Flight 40, few minutes after taking off from Mogadishu, the aircraft entered a violent turbulence. The plane shook violently, went into a spiral dive, and lost control after its right wing separated. It then crashed near Balad, killing all 50 people on board.
- Daallo Airlines Flight 3159, an Airbus A321 was en route to Djibouti city when a part of its cabin exploded shortly after taking off from Mogadishu's Aden Adde International Airport. 2 injuries were reported. A passenger sucked out from the aircraft and his body was found near Balad.
- South African Airways Flight 406 crashed into the Eastern Cape on 13 March 1967 after the pilot suffered a fatal heart attack while on approach to East London, South Africa. All 25 aboard were killed.
- 1986 Mozambican Tupolev Tu-134 crash - A Tupolev Tu-134 was carrying President of Mozambique Samora Machel when suddenly slammed and slid into terrain while en route to Maputo, leaving only 10 survivors. President Samora Machel was among the dead.
- Sudan Airways Flight 109 crashed, broke apart, and caught fire upon landing at Khartoum on 10 June 2008. The cause of the accident was because the aircraft had been dispatched with the port engine thrust reverser deactivated. This condition caused it to veer to the right when the captain activated reverse thrust in both engines in order to stop the aircraft within 2,080 metres (6,820 ft) of runway left. Thirty people are confirmed dead.
- Sudan Airways Flight 139 crashed in Port Sudan on 8 July 2003 killing all 117 aboard. The flight crew was not able to see the runway in the low visibility and crashed when attempting a missed approach. A toddler initially survived the crash, however he succumbed to his injuries the next day.
- Sudan Airways Flight 111 was hijacked on 30 March 2007. The hijacker demanded to be flown to South Africa, but agreed to stop to refuel in Khartoum, where he was arrested.
- 1974 Togo plane crash — a plane carrying several Togolese politicians crashed near Sarakawa. President Gnassingbé Eyadéma was the sole survivor.
- EgyptAir Flight 843 - On 7 May 2002, a Boeing 737 carrying 62 people was on approach to Tunisia's capital Tunis when it suddenly slammed into nearby hill. The force was strong enough to crack and split the aircraft open and killed 14 people.
- Air Rhodesia Flight 825 was shot down by guerrillas.
- Air Rhodesia Flight 827 was shot down by ZIPRA guerrillas.
- Air New Zealand Flight 901 crashed into the side of Mount Erebus, Antarctica, on 28 November 1979 for various reasons including pilot error, maintenance crew error, and whiteout conditions. All 257 aboard died.
- Bakhtar Afghan Airlines Antonov An-26 shootdown on 4 September 1985, all 52 on board are killed.
- Kam Air Flight 904 crashed in the Pamir Mountains during a snow storm on 3 February 2005. All 104 people on board were killed, and the cause of the crash remains under investigation and undetermined.
- Pamir Airways Flight 112 crashed in northern Afghanistan on 17 May 2010, killing 43 or 44 people.
- Belavia Flight 1834 crashed during takeoff from Yerevan's Zvartnots International Airport on 14 February 2008 after suffering mechanical failure due to icing. There were no casualties.
- Azerbaijan Airlines Flight 56 - Shortly after taking off from Nakhchivan Airport, the Tupolev Tu-134 encountered an engine failure on its engine no 1. The pilots seemed to misread it as a failure on engine no 2. Therefore, they shutted down engine no 2. After realizing their failure, the pilots gave full power to engine no 2. But the engine already stopped. The plane banked heavily and crashed into a field. 52 people were killed in Azerbaijan's worst plane disaster.
- Gulf Air Flight 072 (23 August 2000) — Pilot error and an apparent engine fire caused the plane to come down in the Persian Gulf off the coast of Bahrain.
- A Biman Bangladesh Airlines Fokker F27 crashed into a marsh near Zia International Airport (now Shahjalal International Airport) in Dhaka, Bangladesh while landing in poor weather. With a total death toll of 49 people, it is the deadliest aviation disaster to occur on Bangladeshi soil and also the airlines' worst accident.
- PMTair Flight 241 - On June 25, 2007, an Antonov An-24B carrying 22 people crashed and burst into flames in upside down condition. No one survived the crash. An official investigation were carried out by Cambodian Government and blamed pilot error as the cause of the accident.
- Vietnam Airlines Flight 815 - On September 3, 1997, a Tupolev Tu-134B-3 operated by Vietnam's flag carrier Vietnam Airlines crashed onto the ground, skidded over a dry rice paddies and exploded, just 800 meters from the runway. Only one survived. The First Officer and the Flight Engineer had warned the Captain twice to abort the landing. The Captain didn't listen. Official investigation blamed pilot error as the cause of the accident.
- CAAC Flight 3303 — While on approach to Guilin Qifengling Airport, the plane slammed into a mountain in heavy rain near Yangshuo, killing all 112 people on board.
- China General Aviation Flight 7552 - Shortly after take off, Flight 7552 lost control and crashed into a pond nearby, killing a total of 107 people.
- China Northwest Airlines Flight 2119 - While rolling in the runway for take off, the right-side flap actuator failed, causing the flaps to retract. The crew aborted the take off and, the plane overrun the runway and crashed into a lake, killing 55 people.
- China Northern Airlines Flight 6901 - While on approach to Ürümqi Diwopu International Airport, the "pull up!" alert went on. Rather than pulling the nose up, the Captain asked the First Officer the meaning of the word. The plane crashed onto terrain, killing 12 people.
- China Northern Flight 6136 — The flight took off when one of its passengers, Zhen Piling, set fire on board. The fire spread causing the MD-82 to lose control and crashed into Bohai Bay. All 103 passengers and 9 crews killed in the incident.
- China Eastern Flight 5210 — The CRJ-200ER was taking off when suddenly it crashed into a park, killing all 53 people on board and 2 on the ground. The cause the accident was the same case as Air Florida Flight 90, which was an ice accumulation on the wing.
- 1990 Guangzhou Baiyun airport collisions — Xiamen Airlines Flight 8301, using a Boeing 737 was hijacked while attempting to land and sideswiping a Boeing 707, the aircraft later crashed into a Boeing 757. A total of 128 people were killed in the incident.
- China Northwest Airlines Flight 2303 — The Tupolev Tu-154 was taking off when the autopilot responsible for the bank and yaw control malfunctioned causing subsequent lost control. The aircraft overstressed, and, the airframe couldn't handle the pressure. It broke up in mid-air and crashed near Xian. 160 people were killed.
- China Southern Airlines Flight 3943 The aircraft was descending when the flight crews accidentally caused an engine thrust asymmetry. The plane rolled to the right and lose control, later it crashed into a mountain near Guilin due to pilot error. Everyone on board died.
- China Southern Airlines Flight 3456 was on approach to Shenzen. After several failed landing attempts, the pilots tried a third attempt when it slammed terrain and broke up in severe weather condition. 35 people were killed. Pilot error was the cause of the accident.
- Henan Airlines Flight 8387 an Embraer E-190 carrying 96 people was approaching Lindu Airport when it slammed into terrain and burst into flames. 44 people were killed, the other 52 survivors were injured. The crews ignored the safety rules while landing in foggy condition.
- Wuhan Airlines Flight 343 was a Xian Y-7 carrying 42 people when it was struck by lightning and crashed into a village, killing 49 people including 7 on the ground. Lightning strike was the cause of the accident
- Transair Georgian Airline Crash (22 September) — Shot down as it was trying to takeoff from Sukhumi.
Hong Kong SAR (China)
- CAAC Flight 301 clipped approach lights, overran the runway, crashed into the runway and slid through the grass, killing 7 people.
- China Airlines Flight 605 overran the runway at Kai Tak International Airport on 4 November 1993. The pilot failed to initiate a mandatory missed approach procedure after observing severe airspeed fluctuations. Nobody on board was injured in the incident.
- China Airlines Flight 642 crashed while attempting to land at Hong Kong International Airport on 22 August 1999 during a typhoon. The aircraft flipped and caught fire, killing three on board. Survivors numbered 312.
Guam (United States)
- Air India Express Flight 812, on 22 May 2010, (a Boeing 737-800) flying on the Dubai-Mangalore route overshot the runway 24 on landing at Mangalore International Airport killing 158 passengers on board.
- Air India Flight 403 crashed on 21 June 1982 at Sahar International Airport in Bombay due to heavy weather. Two crew members and 15 passengers died; 94 survived.
- Air India Flight 855 crashed off the coast of Bandra, Bombay, (now Mumbai) on 1 January 1978 when the captain became spatially disoriented after the failure of one of the flight instruments in the cockpit. All 213 aboard were killed.
- Alitalia Flight 771 crashed into a hill northeast of Mumbai while on approach on 7 July 1962. The accident was attributed to navigation error. All 94 aboard were killed.
- Alliance Air Flight 7412 crashed in a residential estate of Patna on 17 July 2000 after the pilot lost control of the aircraft and stalled. Deaths included 55 people aboard, along with 5 on the ground.
- 1996 Charkhi Dadri mid-air collision, the Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 763 collided in mid-air with Kazakhstan Airlines Flight 1907 on 12 November 1996. The cause was determined to be pilot error by the Kazakhstan Airlines pilot. All 349 people on board both flights were killed, making it the deadliest mid-air collision in history.
- Indian Airlines Flight 113 crashed on its final approach to Ahmedabad airport due to pilot error on 19 October 1988. Deaths were 130.
- Indian Airlines Flight 257 crashed on descent into Imphal due to pilot error on 16 August 1991, killing all 69 occupants.
- Indian Airlines Flight 427 was hijacked by a single individual on 24 April 1993. The hijacker demanded passage to Afghanistan, but was denied overflight permission by Pakistani authorities and the pilot diverted to Amritsar. The hijacker was killed after security forces stormed the aircraft.
- Indian Airlines Flight 491 crashed into a truck at the end of the runway while taking off from Aurangabad, Maharashtra on 26 April 1993. The cause was both pilot error and the failure of the aviation administration to control highway traffic. Deaths were 55.
- Indian Airlines Flight 605 crashed on its final approach to Bangalore airport on 14 February 1990, killing 92 people. The cause was pilot error.
- Indian Airlines Flight 814 was hijacked by suspected Pakistani extremists on 24 December 1999 while in Indian airspace. The aircraft was flown to Kandahar, Afghanistan. One passenger was killed by the hijackers; the other 192 aboard survived.
- Korean Air Flight 858
- Japan Airlines Flight 472
- Indian Airlines Flight 171
- Indian Airlines Flight 440
- Japan Airlines Flight 471
- Gujarat Beechcraft incident
- United Arab Airlines Flight 869 (1963)
- 1958 Dan-Air Avro York crash
- 6 September 1929 — Imperial Airways de Havilland DH.66 Hercules G-EBMZ stalls when it flares too early while attempting a night landing at Jask Airport in Jask, Persia. It crashes and bursts into flames when its wing fuel tanks rupture and emergency flares in its wingtips ignite the fuel. Both crew members and one of the three passengers die.
- 4 December 1946 — Aeroflot Lisunov Li-2 crashed at Mashhad, Iran, killing 24.
- 14 September 1950 — An Iran Air Douglas C-47 Skytrain (registration EP-AAG) crashed on takeoff from Mehrabad Airport, killing all eight on board.
- 1 December 1950 — An Iran Air C-47A (registration EP-AAJ) struck a mountain near Chamaran en route to Tehran from Tabriz, killing all eight on board.
- 22 December 1951 — An Egypt Air SNCASE Languedoc circled Tehran twice in a snow storm and crashed 10 km W of Tehran, killing 22 on board.
- 25 December 1952 — Iran Air Douglas DC-3; Tehran, Iran: 27 fatalities and two survivors.
- 15 March 1963 — A TMA Cargo Avro York crashed seven miles southeast of Karaj, killing all 4 on board.
- 15 March 1974 — A Sud Aviation Caravelle of Sterling Airlines damaged beyond repair while taxiing in Mehrabad International Airport, causing 15 casualties.
- 21 January 1980 — Iran Air Boeing 727-86; near Tehran, Iran. The aircraft hit high ground in a snowstorm during the approach to land. All 8 crew members and 120 passengers were killed.
- 3 July 1988 — Iran Air Flight 655, an Iranian passenger jet carrying 290 passengers, is shot down over the Persian Gulf by the United States Navy guided missile cruiser USS Vincennes killing all aboard including 66 children.
- 24 May 1991 — A forced landing near Kermanshah, Iran, due to fuel shortage had to be made after three missed approaches by Soviet Metro Cargo Ilyushin Il-76. 4 on board casualties.
- 8 February 1993 — A Tupolev Tu-154 was departing on a non-scheduled flight from Mehrabad International Airport, Tehran, to Mashhad International Airport when it became involved in a mid-air collision with an Iranian Air Force Sukhoi Su-24 fighter plane that was on approach to the same airport. All 12 crew members and 119 passengers on board, plus both pilots of the Su-24, were killed for a total of 133 fatalities.
- 12 October 1994 — Iran Aseman Airlines Flight 746, a Fokker F28 Fellowship (registered EP-PAV) en route from Isfahan to Tehran suffered a sudden loss of power in both engines at 23:05 local time, 35 minutes after take-off from Isfahan International Airport. The aircraft went into an uncontrolled descent and crashed near Natanz, killing all 59 passengers and 7 crew members on board.
- May 17, 2001 — A Faraz Qeshm Airlines Yakovlev Yak-40 departed from Tehran on a flight to Gorgan Airport carrying 30 people; including the Iranian Transport Minister Rahman Dadman, two deputy ministers and seven more members of parliament. It was forced to divert due to bad weather conditions and was later discovered crashed in the Alborz Mountains, near Sari, Iran. All on board perished.
- 12 February 2002 — Iran Air Tours Flight 956, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashed into the Sefid Kouh mountains during heavy rain, snow and dense fog while descending for Khorramabad Airport. All twelve crew members and 107 passengers were killed.
- 20 April 2005 — Saha Airlines Flight 171, a Boeing 707-320C, registration EP-SHE, flying from Kish Island, crashed on landing at Mehrabad Airport, Tehran following an unstabilised approach with a higher than recommended airspeed. Gear and/or a tire failed after touchdown and the flight overran the far end of the runway. Of the 12 crew and 157 passengers, 3 passengers were killed.
- 1 September 2006 — Iran Air Tours Flight 945, A Tupolev Tu-154 from Bandar Abbas Airport with 11 crew and 137 passengers on board burst into flames upon landing at Mashhad International Airport, Iran killing 28 of those on board.
- 15 July 2009 — Caspian Airlines Flight 7908, a Tupolev Tu-154M, traveling from Tehran to Yerevan crashed near Qazvin, killing all 168 people (156 passengers, 12 crew) on board.
- 24 January 2010 — Taban Air Flight 6437, a Tupolev Tu-154, crashed whilst making an emergency landing at Mashhad International Airport due to a medical emergency; all 157 and 13 crew survived the accident with 42 receiving minor injuries.
- 9 January 2011 — Iran Air Flight 277; near Urmia Airport, Iran. The aircraft impacted terrain during go-around due to bad weather. Of 105 aboard, 77 were killed.
- All Nippon Airways Flight 60 crashed into Tokyo Bay while on approach to land at Tokyo International Airport on 4 February 1966 killing 133 people in the deadliest single-plane incident until 1971. The cause of the crash is undetermined.
- All Nippon Airways Flight 61 — Hijacked and taken back over Tokyo, Japan.
- BOAC Flight 911 — The aircraft was flying above Mount Fuji when it encountered a clear-air turbulence. The aircraft spiralling down, and part of the aircraft detached one by one as the aircraft started to lose control. It then slammed into the ground, killing everyone on board. A photo when the aircraft falling down was captured by photographer.
- Toa Domestic Airlines Flight 63 - The aircraft, a NAMC YS-11A-217, slammed into the face of Yokotsu Mountain, all 68 people on board were killed.
- Canadian Pacific Airlines Flight 402 — The plane was on landing phase at Tokyo International Airport in fog. However, the plane was descending below the glide slope (similar to Asiana Airlines Flight 214). The plane then hit approach lights and struck a seawall. Only 8 people survived the crash.
- Japan Airlines Flight 350 — Flight 350 was on approach to Haneda Airport when the pilot deliberately nose dived the plane in order to crash it. The pilot then subdued by other flight crews, yet the plane remained descending. It then crashed into Tokyo Bay. The pilot who deliberately nose-dived the plane was suffering from mental illness prior to the incident.
- Japan Airlines Flight 123 — Flight 123 was flying over Japan when part of its vertical stabilizer detached, causing some hydraulic loss which led to lose control. Flight crews tried to recover the plane and head back to Tokyo, but it was too late. The Boeing 747 then crashed into Mount Osutaka, Japan. Only 4 people survived. It is the deadliest single-aircraft crash to date and the worst in Japan. Investigators concluded that the rear pressure bulkhead damaged by a tailstrike few years earlier, resulting the detachment.
- China Airlines Flight 140 stalled, impacted the runway, exploded and burst into flames. Only 7 people survived. The First Officer accidentally pushed the TO/GA button (Takeoff/Go-around button) which raises the throttle position to the same as take offs and go-arounds. The pilots tried to corrected the situation, but their action causing the autopilot to raise the nose sharply, causing it to stall.
- Garuda Indonesia Flight 865 was a DC-10 taking off from Fukuoka when one of its engine had a failure. The pilots then rejected take-off but its too late. The plane overshoot the runway, skidded and burst into flames. The accident claimed 3 lives.
- Japan Airlines Flight 907 and Japan Airlines Flight 958 — Nearly collided near Yaizu, Japan.
- China Airlines Flight 120 — Fire after normal landing.
- Aeroflot Flight 4225 - Shortly after take off, the Tupolev Tu-154B-2 encountered a massive blow of wind from above, causing it to stall and lose altitude rapidly. The plane stalled, nose dived, slid and exploded near Alma-Ata. All 166 people were killed in Kazakhstan's deadliest plane crash.
- Aeroflot Flight 5463 - The aircraft slammed into the western slope of Dolan Mountain while on approach to Almaty. All 90 passengers and crews on board were killed.
- SCAT Airlines Flight 760 - A Bombardier CRJ200 operated by Kazakh-based SCAT Airlines suddenly nose dived and impacted terrain while on final approach to Almaty International Airport. All 21 people aboard killed. Investigators concluded that an elevator deflection caused the crash. However, they couldn't determine the cause of the deflection.
- Avia Traffic Company Flight 768 - The Boeing 737 touched the ground too hard, overrun the runway and slid, detaching the engines and causing some significant damages to the plane. Although the plane suffered great damage, none killed.
- Iran Aseman Airlines Flight 6895 - The Boeing 737 operated by Itek Air was on final approach to Dushanbe on 24 August 2008 when it crashed onto terrain. Only 22 people survived the crash. Investigation by Russian investigators concluded that the pilots maintained the aircraft altitude below the minima, in other words, below the glide - slope.
- Lao Airlines Flight 301 an ATR 72-600 operated by Lao Airlines was about to land. As they approaches, the plane slammed to the ground, bounced a few times, skidded and plunged into the Mekong River killing all 49 people on board the aircraft. Investigators concluded that the cause of the accident was due to pilot error while approaching.
- Ariana Afghan Airlines Flight 202 On November 21, 1959, a Douglas DC-4 carrying 27 people crashed into the side of a hill at hills of Aramoun near Beirut shortly after take-off. Only one person survived.
- Malaysian Airline System Flight 653 — The plane was hijacked en route from Penang to Kuala Lumpur. It eventually crashed at Tanjung Kupang , killing all 100 on board.
- Double Six Crash — a Sabah Air aircraft crashed killing state ministers on board.
- Malaysian Airline System Flight 684 - The Airbus A300 stuck trees, slid, and struck a stream embankment. The aircraft lost its nose and both of its engines. All aboard survived the crash.
- Japan Airlines Flight 715 — The McDonnell Douglas DC-8 descended below MDA of 750 feet, then at 300 feet it crashed into the side of a hill 4 miles from the airport, near an estate called Ladang Elmina. It broke on impact killing 34 out of 77.
- Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133 - The Fokker 50 crashed into a shantytown in Tawau, killing 34 people.
- On 25 March 1978, a Burma Airways Fokker F-27 Friendship 200 lost height and crashed into a paddy field shortly after take-off from Yangon-Mingaladon Airport, killing all 48 people on board.
- On Thursday, 24 January 1980, a Burma Airways Fairchild FH-227B struck the roof of a tobacco factory and crashed following an apparent engine failure in mid-air, killing 43 people. One person survived the crash.
- On 21 June 1987, a Burma Airways Fokker F-27 Friendship 200 slammed into a mountain shortly after take-off from Heho Airport, killing all 45 people on board.
- On 11 October 1987, a Burma Airways Fokker F-27 Friendship 500 flew into a mountain and exploded, killing all 49 people on board.
- Myanma Airways Flight 635 - While on approach to Tachilek Airport, the Fokker F-27 Friendship slammed onto mountain, killing all 36 people on board.
- Air Bagan Flight 11 - The Fokker 100 slammed onto a paddy field and burst into flames after the pilots thought the road was the runway. 2 people were killed including one on the ground.
- Thai Airways International Flight 311 - On 31 July 1992, an Airbus A310 on the route, registration HS-TID, crashed on approach to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. All 113 on board were killed in the second deadliest plane crash in Nepal.
- PIA Flight 268 - On 28 September 1992, a Pakistan International Airlines Airbus A300B4-203 crashed into mountain while on final approach to Kathmandu's Tribhuvan, killing all 167 people on board in the worst aviation accident in Nepal.
- Yeti Airlines Flight 103 - On 8 October 2008, a De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter carrying 19 people crashed into terrain in bad weather. The Captain was the sole survivor of the crash. Investigation concluded that the cause of the accident was CFIT
- Agni Air Flight 101 - On 24 August 2010, an Agni Air Dornier Do 228-101 crashed into the mountain while carrying 14 people. No one on board made it out alive. Investigation concludes that the pilots became spatially disoriented after the plane's attitude indicator gave the wrong information to the pilots following a generator failure. There was a backup generator, but was exhausted early, due to the crew using an outdated checklist and not adhering to a checklist.
- 2010 Okhaldhunga Twin Otter crash - On 15 December 2010, a Tara Air DHC-6 crashed into Bilandu forest just five minutes after take-off. All 22 passengers and crews were perished.
- Agni Air Flight CHT - On 14 May 2012, an Agni Air operated Dornier Do 228 crashed onto rocky terrain after a failed go-around. 15 out of 21 passengers and crews were killed, including Indian child actress Taruni Sachdev. Tragically, she died on her birthday.
- Sita Air Flight 601 - On 28 September 2012, a Sita Air Dornier Do 228 struck a vulture. The pilots tried to make its way back to the airport, but failed. The plane crashed and burst into flames, killing all 19 people on board.
- Nepal Airlines Flight 555 - On 16 May 2013, a Nepal Airlines DHC-6 overran the runway at Jomsom Airport with 21 passengers on board. The plane then went down a hill and impacted the Gandaki River nose-first. However, all on board survived.
- Nepal Airlines Flight 183 - On 16 February 2014, a Nepal Airlines DHC-6 crashed into jungle near Dikhara, killing all 18 people on board. CFIT was the cause of the crash.
- Tara Air Flight 193 - On 24 February 2016, a Tara Air DHC-6 slammed into the mountainside near Dana village, Myagdi district, killing all 23 people on board.
- PIA Flight 631 - The aircraft, a Fokker F027 Friendship, struck a hill near Maidan, Pakistan. All 26 people on board perished in the crash.
- Pakistan International Airlines Flight 404 - A Fokker F27 Friendship operated by Pakistan national airline Pakistan International Airlines went missing while en route to Islamabad. Same as the fate of MH370, the plane, until today, was never found.
- Pan Am Flight 73 — Hijacked in Karachi, Pakistan.
- PIA Flight 688 — An engine failure occurred in-flight. However, the pilots apparently lose their spatial awareness. The pilots became confused, and the aircraft then crashed in an inverted attitude. All aboard were killed
- AirBlue Flight 202 — an Airbus A321 was on final approach to Islamabad's Benazir Bhutto International Airport when it slammed into Margalla Hills, killing all 152 people on board in Pakistan's deadliest plane crash. The Captain forgot to pull the heading indicator button, causing the plane to fly straight into the hill. The First Officer aware of this, but failed to inform the Captain.
- Bhoja Air Flight 213 — a Boeing 737 was carrying 127 people when a microburst occurred. The plane lose altitude rapidly. Later on it encountered a second microbust, in which both pilots failed to response appropriately. The plane slammed into the ground and exploded into pieces, killing all on board.
- Philippine Airlines Flight 158 - the BAC One-Eleven slammed onto hills while on approach to Manila International Airport. A total of 45 people were killed.
- Philippine Airlines Flight 215 - Flight 215 was en route to Manila when terrorist detonated a bomb that had been placed in the plane's lavatory. The plane teared apart, exploding into pieces, killing all 36 people on board.
- Philippine Airlines Flight 206 - A Hawker Siddeley HS 748 impacted mountain while on bad weather, killing all 50 people on board.
- Philippine Airlines Flight 443 - The Short 360-300 slammed into Mount Gurain, killing all 15 people on board.
- Cebu Pacific Flight 387 — Crashed on the slopes of Mount Sumagaya. All 104 people on board perished.
- Philippine Airlines Flight 137 - Flight 137 was landing at Bacolod City Domestic Airport when it overran the runway and plowed into houses, killing 3 people on the ground.
- Asian Spirit Flight 100 - the Let L-410 Turbolet slammed into mountain while carrying 17 people. Due to the massive impact force, the aircraft was pulverized. None on board made it out alive.
- Air Philippines Flight 541 - Flight 541 was due to land to Francisco Bangoy International Airport in Davao City when it suddenly slammed into a coconut plantation 500 feet above mean sea level. All 131 occupants on board the aircraft were killed in the worst air crash in Philippines history.
- Philippine Airlines Flight 812 - Flight 812 was hijacked while on cruising altitude. Later, the hijacker wanted to escape by jumping from the plane with parachute. Before he was about to jump, he panicked and clung to the rear door, and a flight attendant pushed him out of the plane.
- Laoag International Airlines Flight 585 - The aircraft, a Fokker F-27 Friendship, was taking off from Manila when one of its engines suddenly fail. The pilots then decided to ditch the plane in Manila Bay but failed. The plane broke up and 19 people drowned. The cause was due to pilot error.
- Alia Royal Jordanian Flight 600 — 14 March 1979 — crashed on landing at Doha International Airport due to wind shear killing 45 passengers.
- Saudia Flight 162 — 22 December 1980 — suffered an explosive decompression. Its cabin floor and fuselage ripped apart, ejected two passengers out of their seats and fell to their death.
- PIA Flight 740 — Shortly after taking off from Jeddah International Airport, the Boeing 707-340C suffered an in-flight fire. The fire spread into the cabin, causing mass panic among the passengers. The plane then crashed, killing all 156 people on board.
- Middle East Airlines Flight 438 — Disintegrated in flight from an explosive detonation.
- Iraqi Airways Flight 163 — Hijacked on the way from Baghdad to Amman, a hand grenade exploded in the cabin. The crews initiated an emergency descent, later on another grenade went off in the cockpit, causing it to crash, killing 63 people.
- Saudia Flight 163 — Just after taking off from Riyadh, the cargo hold of the flight caught fire. The pilots however successfully land the plane. Shockingly, instead of conducting an evacuation immediately, the pilots tried to taxi the aircraft. The plane then stopped with no further contact. After hours of silence from the plane, rescuers opened the plane's door and found everyone on board had been killed due to smoke inhalation.
- Nigeria Airways Flight 2120 (Jeddah, 1991) — The plane was carrying hajj pilgrimage when one of its tire caught fire just after take off. The pilots tried to make it back to Jeddah. The fire however intensifies. It then made its way to the cabin area causing passengers to panic. The heat was so hot in fact it melts the cabin's floor and caused some passengers to fell to their deaths. Despite the pilots best effort, the plane didn't make it to Jeddah. The flames engulfed the plane while it still in mid-air and crashed, killing everyone on board.
- Singapore Airlines Flight 117 — Hijacked en route from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore.
- Qantas Flight 32 - an Airbus A380 from London to Sydney with a fuel stop over in Singapore suffered an catastrophic engine failure over Indonesia. The engine exploded and parts of it strewn over the Indonesian Island of Batam. Qantas Flight 32 was forced to make an emergency landing at Singapore Changi Airport. Everyone on board survived.
- Asiana Airlines Flight 733 was on approach to Mokpo Airport in VOR when suddenly it hit a ridge, killing 68 people on board. Pilot error was blamed for the accident, as the pilots started descent while passing over the mountain peak.
- Air China Flight 129 was on approach to Gimhae International Airport, lining up, but then slammed into a mountain nearby killing 129 people on board out of 166 people. The pilot didn't aware of their proximity to the ground due to bad weather condition until it was too late to recover.
- Korean Air Lines Flight 015 was on approach to Gimpo International Airport when the pilots reported some problem with the controls. It hit an embankment slope, slid down and caught fire, killing 15 people.
- Air Lanka Flight 512, the Lockheed L-1011-100 TriStar 100 was taxiing for take-off to Malé when a time bomb exploded and ripped the cabin, split it into two. 21 people were killed. The bomb was intended to explode in mid-flight, but a delay actually saved the aircraft from total destruction that might have killed all 148 people on board.
- Icelandic Airlines Flight 001, a Douglas DC-8 on a charter flight, crashed into a coconut plantation while on approach to Katunayake, Sri Lanka for a refueling stop. 78 survived, but 184 were killed.
- Martinair Flight 138 was a McDonnell Douglas DC-8 operating on behalf of Indonesia's flag carrier Garuda Indonesia carrying hajj pilgrimage to Mecca in which on 4 December 1974, the plane flew into a mountain, killing all 191 people on board. To date, it remains as the deadliest air disaster in Sri Lanka aviation history.
- ČSA Flight 540 - On 20 August 1975, an Ilyushin Il-62 operated by Czech Republic national airline Czech Airlines was on approach to Damascus International Airport in clear weather condition when it crashed and burst into flames, 17 km from the airport. Only 2 people survived. Investigation concluded that CFIT was the cause of the deadliest plane crash in Syria's aviation history.
- China Airlines Flight 206 - The NAMC YS-11 crashed into a bamboo grove near the top of Yuan Mountain after entered inclement weather condition, killing a total of 14 people.
- China Airlines Flight 611 — A Boeing 747 was flying near the Penghu Islands when it suddenly broke up in mid-air killing all 225 people on board, the result of an improper repair of a tailstrike which happened 22 years before the crash.
- China Airlines Flight 676 — Crashed into a road upon approach to the airport, killing all passengers and crew of the aircraft and 6 persons on the ground.
- Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 103 - Shortly after take off, the Boeing 737 disintegrated and broke apart in mid-air, killing all 110 people on board. Severe corrosion led to the aircraft's destruction.
- Singapore Airlines Flight 006 — Singapore Airlines Boeing 747 was starting to take off when it hit a ground maintenance vehicle at Chiang Kai-shek International Airport near Taipei, Taiwan. 83 people died as the result. The plane was taking off from a wrong runway which was closed for maintenance.
- TransAsia Airways Flight 222 Flight 222 was attempting to land in Huxi, Taiwan while in bad weather condition when it crashed into several houses. There were 58 people aboard the ATR 72-500; only 10 survived. The crash injured 5 people on the ground. Investigation concluded that the cause was pilot error.
- TransAsia Airways Flight 235 was flying over Taipei when one of its engine failed. The ATR 72 then rolled sharply to the left, clipped a taxi and Huandong Viaduct. It impacted Keelung River in an upside down condition. 43 people out of 58 people were killed. Investigation still ongoing. Moments the plane crashed was captured by motorist and CCTV.
- 1993 Tajik Air Yakovlev Yak-40 incident - On 28 August 1993, A Yakovlev Yak-40 operated by Tajik Air crashed shortly after take off from Khorog Airport, hit a boukder and plunged into the Panj River, killing a total of 82 people in the deadliest plane crash in Tajikistan. Overloading blamed for the crash.
- EgyptAir Flight 864 - 25 December 1976 - Flight 864 was on final approach to Bangkok's Don Mueang International Airport when it rolled and crashed into an industrial complex in Bangkok, killing all 52 people on board. 19 people on the ground were also killed. The investigators concluded that the cause was pilot error.
- Thai Airways Flight 231 - 27 April 1980 - Flight 231 was on approach to Bangkok when it entered a thunderstorm . A downdraft struck the plane, causing it to stall. It then dived and crashed into the ground, killing 44 people out of 53 people on board.
- Vietnam Airlines Flight 831 - 9 September 1988 - crashed into a rice field near Semafahkarm Village, Tambon Khu Khot. 76 people were killed.
- Lauda Air Flight 004 — 26 May 1991 — Flight 004 was flying over Phu Toei National Park when it suddenly broke up in mid-flight, aircraft wreckage littered the area and strewn into the jungle near Suphan Buri and Ban Nong Rong, killing everyone on board in Thailand's worst aviation disaster. The cause of the breakup was because of an uncommanded thrust reverser on engine no. 1 causing the Boeing 767-3Z9ER lose control and broke up. Flight 004 was famously known due to Niki Lauda own contribution to the investigation of the crash.
- Thai Airways International Flight 261 — 11 December 1998 — Flight crews made a third attempt to land the plane after second failed attempt when the plane stalled with a high angle of attack and crashed into a paddy field on approach to Surat Thani Airport amid heavy rains and poor visibility. 101 people were killed while 45 other survived.
- One-Two-GO Airlines Flight 269 — 16 September 2007 — A McDonnell Douglas MD-82 attempted to land in wind shear and strong winds at Phuket International Airport. The plane failed to land, rise sharply over the runway, stalled, crashed and burst into flames in the side of the runway. Pilot error was blamed for the accident that killed 90 people.
- Bangkok Airways Flight 266 — 4 August 2009 — The ATR 72 Overran the runway on landing and crashed into a disused control tower at Koh Samui Airport. The pilot of the plane was the only person killed in the incident.
United Arab Emirates
- Gulf Air Flight 771 — Bombed, then crashed into a desert in the United Arab Emirates.
- Kish Air Flight 7170 - The aircraft was due to land from Kish Island in Iran to Sharjah Airport when it spiraled and crashed, killing 43 people on board. The pilot accidentally selected the propellers into reverse thrust in mid-air causing it to spiraling down out of control.
- Sterling Airways Flight 296 - A Sud Aviation Caravelle operated by Sterling Airways carrying 112 people suddenly slammed into mountain ridge near Kalba, killing all of them. Investigators concluded that outdated flight plan and/or due to misreading weather radar was the cause of the crash.
- Tajikistan Airlines Flight 3183 the Tupolev Tu-154 was carrying 86 people. The Tupolev Tu-154 crashed, disintegrated into desert, leaving the flight navigator the only survivor in the third deadliest plane crash in United Arab Emirates.
- Aeroflot Flight 7425 - While cruising at an altitude of 38,100 ft, the Tupolev Tu-154 entered a flat spin. The crews weren't able to recover it and the plane crashed near Uchuduk. All 200 people on board the aircraft perished in the deadliest plane crash in Uzbekistan as well as the deadliest plane crash involving a Tupolev Tu-154.
- Aeroflot Flight 505 - Shortly after take-off from Tashkent, the Yakovlev Yak-40 banked sharply to the right and crashed, killing all 9 people on board. The plane encountered a wake vortex formed by an Ilyushin Il-76 that had taken off minutes before Flight 505.
- Cathay Pacific Flight 700Z bombing - While flying at 29.000 ft, a suitcase bomb exploded. The aircraft disintegrated. All 80 people on board were killed.
- Air Vietnam Flight 706 — Hijacked, then crashed after a missed approach at Phan Rang.
- Vietnam Airlines Flight 474 - The Yakovlev Yak-40 was carrying 31 people when it slammed onto terrain near Son Trung during Cyclone Forrest. Only one person survived, Dutch nationality Annette Herfkens, who survived by herself eight days in the forest, only with rainwater. Investigation blamed Controlled Flight Into Terrain for the crash.
- EgyptAir Flight 763 - On 19 March 1972, while approaching Aden International Airport, the aircraft smashed into the Shamsans Mountain, killing all 30 people on board.
South China Sea
- Qantas Flight 30 — 25 July 2008, Mid-air decompression after departure from Hong Kong, landed safely in Manila; no injuries.
- Indian Airlines Flight 814 — Hijacked on the way to India, and flown to India, Pakistan, the UAE, and Afghanistan before the passengers were released; 1 passenger was killed by the hijackers.
Central America and the Caribbean
- 1952 Bermuda air crash - On 6 December 1952, a Cubana de Aviación Douglas DC-4 stalled and impacted tail first with the sea. A total of 37 people were killed. 4 people survived the fall.
- Cubana de Aviación Flight 455 - On October 6, 1976, eleven minutes after takeoff, two bombs exploded and ripped the DC-8 to pieces. The aircraft pieces fell to the water, all 73 people on board were killed. Cuba blamed The U.S and CIA for the bombing.
- On January 15, 1990 SANSA Flight 32 crashed into a mountain in Costa Rica after takeoff from Juan Santamaría International Airport in San José, killing all 23 on board.
- Aeroflot Flight 331 - On 27 May 1977, an Aeroflot Ilyushin Il-62 was on approach to José Martí International Airport when it clipped power lines and crashed into the ground, only 2 people survived. Pilot error was blamed for the crash.
- Cubana de Aviación Flight 9646 - On 3 September 1989, a Cubana de Aviación Ilyushin Il-62M crashed shortly after take off from José Martí International Airport in bad weather. The aircraft crashed into a residential area. 126 people on board and 45 people on the ground, were killed.
- Aero Caribbean Flight 883 - On 4 November 2010, an ATR-72 operated by Cuba national airlines Cubana stalled and crashed in the Cuban provinces of Sancti Spiritus. All 68 people on board were killed. Until now, the investigation, is still open.
- Dominicana DC-9 air disaster The Dominicana de Aviación Santo Domingo DC-9 air disaster occurred on February 15, 1970 when a Dominicana de Aviación (Dominican Airlines) McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 twin-engine jet airliner crashed on takeoff from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic en route to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
- Birgenair Flight 301 was a flight chartered by Turkish-managed Birgenair partner Alas Nacionales ("National Wings") from Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic to Frankfurt, Germany via Gander, Canada and Berlin, Germany. On 6 February 1996, the Boeing 757-225 operating the route crashed shortly after take-off from Puerto Plata's Gregorio Luperón International Airport.
- The 1977 Aviateca Convair 240 crash occurred on April 27, 1977 when a Convair 240 suffered engine failure shortly after takeoff from La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City, and crashed after attempting an emergency landing, killing all 28 on board.
- The 1986 Aerovías Guatemala air crash occurred on 18 January 1986 and involved a Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle III which crashed into a hill on approach to Santa Elena Airport, Flores after a short flight from Guatemala City's La Aurora International Airport. All 93 passengers and crew on board were killed, making it the worst air disaster in Guatemalan history.
- Cubana de Aviación Flight 1216 overran the runway of La Aurora International Airport on 21 December 1999, ran down a slope and crashed into a residential area of Guatemala City, killing 16 on board and 2 on the ground.
- Tan-Sahsa Flight 414 with 146 people on board crashed into a hill on approach to Toncontín International Airport in Tegucigalpa on October 21, 1989. 131 people died in the crash, making it the worst air crash in Central American history.
- Central American Airways Flight 731 crashed on February 14, 2011, on approach to Toncontín International Airport, killing all 14 on board.
- TACA Flight 390 overran the runway of Toncontín International Airport on May 30, 2008 and crashed into an embankment, smashing several cars and killing 5.
- American Airlines Flight 331 the Boeing 737-823 was landing on Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport when it overran the runway, flew into rocky beach, crashed and broke apart. 85 people were injured. However, no one was killed.
- Avianca Flight 671 a Lockheed L-1049E Super Constellation was landing on Montego Bay's Sangster International Airport. The plane touched the runway hard enough to bounced it back to the air. It touched the runway again and skidded. The plane then burst into flames. 37 people were killed.
- Alas Chiricanas Flight 901 — In-flight explosion caused by a bomb.
- Copa Airlines Flight 201 — Crashed near La Palma, killing all 47 on board.
- Prinair Flight 191 – Crashed while landing at Mercedita Airport. Ponce, killing 5.
- Vieques Air Link Flight 901A – Crashed after take-off from Vieques Airport, killing 8.
- British Eagle International Airlines Flight 802 crashed into the Glungezer mountain near Innsbruck on 29 February 1964, killing all 83 people on board.
- Hapag-Lloyd Flight 3378 crash-landed 650 m short of the runway in Vienna on 12 July 2000 due to fuel exhaustion 22 km out, arising from erroneous fuel management combined with failure to divert. There were no serious injuries.
- Aeroflot Flight 8641, the Yakovlev Yak-42 suffered a jackscrew failure, causing the aircraft to lost control, disintegrate in mid-air, and crashed near Mozyr, Belarus. All 132 people on board were killed.
- Aeroflot Flight 7841 - On 1 February 1985, shortly after taking off, Flight 7481 suffered a double engine failure due to ice ingestion. To maintain speed, the Captain descended onto a forest. The plane clipped some trees, crashed and burned all the way down, killing 58 people.
- An Imperial Airways Argosy crashed on 28 March 1933 near Diksmuide following an onboard fire suspected to be the first case of aerial sabotage. All 12 passengers and 3 crew were killed.
- Sabena OO-AUB crashed on 16 November 1937 while attempting to land in bad weather near Ostend. All 11 aboard were killed.
- Sabena Flight 548 crashed due to mechanical failure while attempting to land in Brussels on 15 February 1961. All 72 passengers and crew were killed, along with a single ground casualty.
- A Balkan Bulgarian Airlines Tupolev Tu-134 crashed near the village of Gabare. All 73 on people on board died.
- A Balkan Bulgarian Airlines Tupolev Tu-134 crashed on approach to Sofia Airport. All 50 people on board died.
- British Airways Flight 476 collided with Inex-Adria Aviopromet Flight 550 in mid-air near Zagreb, killing all 176 people on board both aircraft and another on the ground.
- Aviogenex Flight 130, as the aircraft was approaching Rijeka Airport, The aircraft then entered into a gradually steeping angle of descent. Due to an optical illusion the crew thought they were closer to the runway and at a greater altitude than the actual one. The plane then crashed and turned over. The ensuing fire kills 78 people on board.
- Aeroflot Flight 141 (1973) the Tupolev Tu-154 impacted ground and burst into flames while on approach to Prague Ruzyně Airport. 66 people were burned to death.
- JAT Yugoslav Flight 364, bombed, then crashed in Srbská Kamenice, Czechoslovakia.
- Inex-Adria Aviopromet Flight 450, ground impact during final approach in foggy weather Prague, 1975, Czechoslovakia.
- Douglas Dakota, PH-TCR of KLM crashed on 26 January 1947 after takeoff from Kastrup airport in Copenhagen, killing all 22 on board, including Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden.
- Partnair Flight 394, structural failure in tail section, crashed into sea near Hirtshals.
- Lufthansa Flight 005, the aircraft stalled during go-around. The aircraft then crashed, killing everyone on board, including seven Italian team swimmers of the Olympic. Their coach and an Italian reporter were also among the dead.
- Aero Flight 311 - Shortly after take off, the plane turned sharply to the left. Pilots decided to fix the situation by applying full throttle. The plane went into a spin and crashed into the woods, killing all 25 people on board.
- Aero Flight 217 - The plane had lined up perfectly with the runway. While preparing to land, it hit the ground, landing upside down and caught fire, killing 22 people.
- Curtiss Reid Flying Services Tailnumber CF-EDN — Crashed while en route to Paris; see 1950 Tête de l'Obiou C-54 crash.
- Air India Flight 245
- Air France Flight 178 — Lockheed L-749 Constellation that crashed in the French Alps in 1953
- Derby Aviation C47 — crashed into Canigou mountainside en route to Perpignan, killing all 34 aboard.
- Air France Flight 007 — A chartered Boeing 707 crashed on takeoff from Orly, 3 June 1962.
- Air India Flight 101
- Varig Flight 820 — Crashed near Orly, France after a lavatory fire, 11 July 1973.
- Turkish Airlines Flight 981 was a DC-10 flying from Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport. Just after take-off, the cargo door suddenly torn apart from the aircraft. The explosive decompression cut most of the aircraft's vital cables, thus, crash was inevitable. It then crashed in Ermenonville Forest on 3 March 1974. All 346 people on board perished.
- Inex-Adria Aviopromet Flight 1308 — crashed on Corsica's Mont San-Pietro, killing all 180 people on board, 1 December 1981.
- Air France Flight 296 — first Airbus A320 crash, 26 June 1988.
- Air Inter Flight 148 —The Airbus A320 was circling to land at Strasbourg on 20 January 1992. However, the pilots didn't aware that the terrain was closer than it thought. It crashed near Mount Sainte-Odile. Few passengers survived the accident.
- Lufthansa CityLine Flight 5634 - The aircraft was initiating a go-around on 6 January 1993 when the plane suddenly entered a high sink rate. The aircraft crashed into two parts, killing 4 people.
- Air France Flight 8969 — Hijacked after takeoff from Algiers and taken back in France, December 1994.
- Air France Flight 4590 — The Concorde was taxiing and waiting for a Continental Airlines plane to take-off first. However, when the Continental plane took-off, a small plate of its wings torn and fell to the runway. The Concode then took-off. One of its tires ran over the plate and burst. The pieces hit the fuel tank and ignited a fire. The Concorde stalled and crashed to a hotel in Gonesse, France, 25 July 2000. All aboard killed.
- Germanwings Flight 9525 — Crashed near Digne-les-Bains in the French Alps en route to Düsseldorf Airport on 24 March 2015 after the co-pilot locked the Captain from the cockpit and deliberately crashed the plane into the Alps, killing all 150 people on board.
- ČSA Flight 511 was cruising above Germany when it disintegrated into pieces. The plane's wreckage fell from the sky and struck the ground below, killing all 52 people on board.
- Paninternational Flight 112, due to mistakes of ground crews, the aircraft suffered a dual engine failure. The aircraft then attempted an emergency landing on Bundesautobahn 7, but then collided with a bridge and burst into flames, killing 22 people on board.
- 1972 Königs Wusterhausen air disaster occurred when an Interflug's Ilyushin Il-62 suffered an in-flight fire. The pilots then made its way back to Berlin. The pilots then tried to see the airport. When the pilot had the airport already in sight and was just a few kilometers south of it, the tail section broke off. The plane entered an uncontrollable descent. The front part of the plane detached, and the plane disintegrated gradually in the sky while its airframe engulfed in flames. Later crashed into a forest, killing all on board in Germany's worst plane crash.
- Aeroflot Flight 892 was on approach to Schonefeld Airport. Due to a language misunderstanding, the Tu-134A landed on a closed runway. It took off again, but then stalled and burst into flames. Only 10 people survived.
- Interflug Flight 1107 was on approach to Leipzig/Halle Airport when it struck a radio mast and crashed, killing 27 people.
- British European Flight 609, crashed in Munich, West Germany (Munich air disaster).
- Überlingen mid-air collision occurred when a Tupolev Tu-154 carrying 60 people, 45 of whom were children, collided with a DHL Boeing 757 over the city of Überlingen on 1 July 2002. All 71 people on board both aircraft killed.
- Nürnberger Flugdienst Flight 108 struck by lightning and lost control. The aircraft crashed and exploded, killing everyone on board.
- Lufthansa Flight 005 stalled and crashed during go-around, killing all 46 people on board.
- 1934 Swissair Tuttlingen accident, the wing of Curtiss AT-32C Condor II separated from the airplane while in adverse weather condition. All 12 people on board were killed.
- Olympic Airways Flight 954 (December 8, 1969) — A Douglas DC-6 (SX-DAE) crashed during its approach to Athens Hellenicon Airport from Chania on Paneio mountain near Keratea amidst bad weather killing 90 passengers and crew. This was the worse aircraft accident in Greece until 2005.
- TWA Flight 841 (September 8, 1974) — A Boeing 707-331B (N8734) crushed in Ionian sea 30 minutes after its departure from Athens. An explosive device in the luggage area destroyed flight controls and resulted in 88 fatalities.
- Swissair Flight 316 (October 8, 1979) — A Douglas DC-8 (HB-IDE) landed near the middle of runway 15L of Athens Hellenicon Airport at more than 270 km/h overrun the runway and stopped on a public road outside the airport area. Its left wing was severed from the fuselage and in the resulting fire 14 out of 154 passengers died.
- TWA Flight 840 — Bombed on the way to Athens, Greece, sucking out 4 on board — the plane landed safely.
- Olympic Aviation Flight 545 (August 3, 1989) — A Shorts 330-200 (SX-BGE) crashed on Kerkis mountain coming from Thessaloniki towards airport Pythagoras in Samos. All 31 passengers and crew of 3 died.
- Malév Flight 262 - On the first attempt of the landing, the aircraft performed a belly landing and skidded with the runway, causing a significant damage. The aircraft initiated a go-around and landed safely.
- Helios Airways Flight 522 ("Ghost Plane Incident")— The Cypriot Boeing 737 was on its way to Athens when the crews reported air conditioner problem, which was actually a pressure problem. The plane increase the altitude, lowering the pressure and decreasing the oxygen level. All of the passengers and crews but one suffered hypoxia. The plane was flying without any communication to the tower. It then ran out of fuel and crashed in Kalamos. All 121 people on board were killed.
- 1961 President Airlines Douglas DC-6 crash - banked to the left and crashed into Shannon River shortly after take off, killing all 83 people on board.
- Aer Lingus Flight 712 — Crashed into the sea off County Wexford in 1968, cause unknown.
- KLM Flight 633 — Ditched after takeoff from Shannon Airport on 5 September 1954.
- Air India Flight 182 — Bomb exploded 120 miles off the South West coast of Cork, on 23 June 1985.
- Manx2 Flight 7100 — Crash at Cork Airport on 10 February 2011 following a flight from Belfast.
- 1919 Verona Caproni Ca.48 crash — Caproni Ca.48 crashed at Verona, Italy (2 August 1919), killing all on board (14, 15, or 17 people).
- BOAC Flight 781 — On 10 January 1954, British Overseas Airways Corporation Flight 781, a de Havilland DH.106 Comet 1, suffered an explosive decompression at altitude and crashed near Elba into the Mediterranean Sea, killing all 35 on board.
- South African Airways Flight 201 — On 8 April 1954, a de Havilland Comet 1, en route to Cairo, Egypt, suffered an explosive decompression at altitude and crashed south of Naples killing all 21 aboard.
- British European Airways Flight 142 - The Vickers Viscount 701 collided with an Italian Air Force North American F-86E Sabre over Anzio. The passenger plane disintegrated, killing all 31 people on board. The person on the F-86 Sabre survived.
- Aerolinee Itavia Flight 870 — Exploded above the Aegean Sea. Parts of the cabin blew apart, and the aircraft eventually crashed into the sea near Ustica Island (27 June 1980), Italy (Ustica Disaster).
- Aero Trasporti Italiani Flight 460 - The ATR-42 rolled to the right and left for several times and then dived into a mountain, eventually crashed, killing all 37 people on board.
- Uganda Airlines Flight 775 - Clipped some trees, crashed and burst onto flames while on approach to Roma-Fiumicino Airport on 17 October 1988.
- Banat Air Flight 166 — Crashed after takeoff near Verona, Italy (on 13 December 1995).
- Scandinavian Airlines Flight 686 — Crashed upon takeoff (on 8 October 2001), in Milan, Italy (Linate Airport disaster).
- Avioimpex Flight 110 - Flight 110 flew into a snowstorm and turned into a mountain. The Yakovlev Yak-42 impacted terrain and exploded, killing everyone on board.
- Palair Macedonian Airlines Flight 301 - Shortly after take off, the aircraft shook violently. It banked to the right and to the left and crashed, killing 83 people. An ice accumulation had occurred in flight.
- 1956 Scottish Airlines Malta air disaster - On 18 February 1956, a Scottish Airlines Avro York was taking off from RAF Luqa when the boost enrichment capsule in the carburetor of number one engine failed and the engine caught fire. The aircraft stalled and crashed, killing all 50 people aboard.
- JAT Airways Flight 769, the Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle 6-N slammed onto terrain while on final approach to Podgorica. A suspected radar malfunction, accompanied by ATC error, were blamed for the accident
- NLM CityHopper Flight 431 The Fokker F-28-4000 entered a tornado, and, due to the massive pressure drop inside the tornado, the aircraft began to shake violently. The starboard wing of the plane detached from the plane. The plane spun and crashed, killing all on board.
- KLM Cityhopper Flight 433 The pilots mistakenly believed that the engine 2 of the plane was suffering a low oil pressure due to a faulty warning light. They shut down the no 2 engine and flew back to Amsterdam Schipol Airport. While on final approach, the Captain decided to go-around and gave a full throttle, only in one engine. The other remained at idle. It then stalled and crashed, killing 3 out of 21.
- Turkish Airlines Flight 1951 a Boeing 737-800 flying from Atatürk Airport in Istanbul to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam crashed into a field during final approach. Of the 127 passengers and 7 crew on board 9 were killed, 85 were injured along with 26 severely.
- Bukken Bruse disaster, a flying boat crashed upon landing in Trondheim, Norway. Nineteen were killed; Bertrand Russell was among the 24 survivors.
- Braathens Flight 239, crashed in Asker upon landing at Fornebu airport, Oslo, Norway, killing 40 of 45 people on board. The aircraft was four nmi off course in bad weather conditions.
- Holtaheia Accident, crashed into a mountain near Stavanger, killing all 39 people on board. All except two of the passengers were students aged 13–16 years old.
- Widerøe Flight 933, crashed into the Barents Sea near Mehamn, killing all 15 on board. This incident remains highly controversial in Norway.
- Torghatten accident, crashed in heavy fog, killing all 36 passengers in the worst-ever Dash 7 accident.
- Atlantic Airways Flight 670, a BAe 146, slides off the runway at Stord, Norway, killing four of the 16 people on board.
- Vaeroy accident, a Twin Otter crashed in the sea outside Værøy, killing all 5 persons on board.
- Vnukovo Airlines Flight 2801, a Tupolev Tu-154 crashed into a mountain on Svalbard killing all 141 people on board. Deadliest aviation accident ever in Norway.
- 1951 LOT Li-2 Tuszyn air disaster the Lisunov Li-2 suffered an engine failure in mid air. The pilots lose control of the plane, hit a power line, crashed and burst into flames in Tuszyn. All 18 people aboard were killed.
- 1962 LOT Vickers Viscount Warsaw crash, the plane was returning from Brussels, had a mid-way landing in Berlin from where it took off at 5:55 pm. While on approach on runway 33 in Warsaw at 7:30 pm the crew received landing clearance. 46 seconds later the plane crashed and burned 1335 meters from the threshold. All 33 people on board perished.
- LOT Polish Airlines Flight 165, crashed into a mountain near Zawoja.
- LOT Polish Airlines Flight 007, crashed near Okęcie Airport in Warsaw.
- LOT Polish Airlines Flight 5055, crashed in Kabacki Forest (Warsaw).
- LOT Flight 703, crash landed at high speed, bounced back, crashed and burst into flames near Białobrzegi.
- Lufthansa Flight 2904, during landing on Okęcie Airport in Warsaw, the aircraft overran the runway and, broke apart and burst into flames.
- LOT Polish Airlines Flight 16, a Boeing 767, crash lands after landing gear failed to deploy at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport.
- Air Transat Flight 236 ran out of fuel over the Atlantic Ocean and glided successfully to the Azores.
- Independent Air Flight 1851 crashed 8 February 1989 on approach to Santa Maria Airport in the Azores, due to pilot and air traffic control errors. All 144 on board died.
- Martinair Flight 495 crashed on landing at Faro Airport 21 December 1992 after flying through two microbursts. 56 people on board were killed.
- TAP Portugal Flight 425 overran the runway at Madeira Airport on 19 November 1977, killing 131 people on board.
- Viasa Flight 897 spiraled to the left and impacted ocean on 30 May 1961, killing all 61 people on board.
- TAROM Flight 371 — Crashed near Baloteşti (on 31 March 1995) due to mechanical failure followed by pilot error.
- TAROM Flight 3107 — Veered off runway in Otopeni (on 30 December 2007) after hitting a maintenance vehicle during takeoff run due to poor weather conditions.
- Austrian Airlines Flight 901 smashed to the ground near Trukovo short of the runway on 26 September 1960, killing 31 people.
- In 1971 January 22 Surgut Aeroflot Antonov An-12 crash, an Aeroflot Antonov An-12 crashed into the ground short of the runway of Surgut International Airport. All 14 on board were perished. Icing was blamed for the crash.
- In 1971 January 31 Surgut Aeroflot Antonov An-12 crash, an Aeroslot Antonov An-12 carrying 1 passengers and 6 crew members crashed short of the runway of Surgut International Airport. All 7 people aboard were perished. Icing was blamed for the crash.
- Aeroflot Flight 217 crashed outside of Moscow on 13 October 1972 killing all 174 aboard, cause not known.
- Korean Air Lines Flight 902 was shot down by Soviet Union Air Defence after the flight violating the Soviet Union airspace. It then crashed and skidded along the frozen Korpiyarvi lake, killing 2 passengers out of 109 passengers and crews on board.
- Aeroflot Flight 3932, the pilots were preoccupied by spatial disorientation as the main artificial horizon and the compass system gave the wrong indication due to electrical failure. The Tupolev Tu-104 then crashed approximately five miles from Koltsovo Airport. All 108 people on board were killed.
- Aeroflot Flight 964, the pilots were preoccupied by spatial disorientation as the main artificial horizon and the compass system gave the wrong indication due to electrical failure. The Tupolev Tu-104 spun and crashed into a field 16 km north-west of Domodedovo Airport. All 122 people on board were killed.
- Aeroflot Flight 2003, shortly after take off, the Tupolev Tu-124V dived and crashed into a house, killing a total of 62 people.
- Aeroflot Flight 1691, the Tupolev Tu-104B was taking off when one of its fire alarm suddenly sounded. It was a false alarm. The crews, didn't know that it was a false alarm, attempted to return to the airport, but failed. It crashed and flipped over, killing 58 people.
- 1981 Aeroflot Tu-104A crash, the Tu-104A was taking off from Pushkin Airport on 7 February 1981 when the cargo hold suddenly shifted. The plane banked to the right and crashed in upside down condition, killing all 51 people on board. An uneven distribution of the passengers in their seats were also found and concluded as one of its primary factors of the cause of the accident.
- Aeroflot Flight 498, the Ilyushin Il-14 slammed into mountainous terrain near Ust-Barguzin on 14 June 1981, killing 48 people in the worst accident involving an Ilyushin Il-14.
- Aeroflot Flight 811, the Antonov An-24RV was taking off from Komsomolsk-on-Amur Airport on 24 August 1981 when a Tupolev Tu-16K collided with the aircraft. All but one on board were killed. The survivor, Larisa Savitskaya, was conscious during the fall and glided with the 4х3 m aircraft fragment she was in. She fell into a soft, swampy glade.
- Aeroflot Flight 3603, the Tu-154B-2 was on approach to Norilsk Airport on 16 November 1981 when it descended below the glide slope aggravated with an excessive vertical speed. It then crashed ahead of the runway, killing 99 people.
- Aeroflot Flight 411, crashed on takeoff from Sheremetyevo Airport on 6 July 1982.
- Aeroflot Flight 593, crashed into a hillside in Siberia on 23 March 1994.
- Aeroflot Flight 601, the Antonov An-24RV banked left excessively and crashed while on approach Leshukonskoye Airport on 24 December 1983, killing 44 people.
- Aeroflot Flight 3352 crashed into maintenance vehicles upon landing at Omsk Airport, killing 174 on the aircraft and four more in the vehicles (11 October 1984).
- Aeroflot Flight 3519, the Tupolev Tu-154B-2's engine no 3 caught fire on December 23, 1984. The crews attempted an emergency landing in Krasnoyarsk, banked to the right and crashed with only one survivor.
- Baikal Airlines Flight 130, crashed near the town of Mamony, Irkutsk after an apparent engine fire on 3 January 1994.
- Siberia Airlines Flight 1047 and Volga-AviaExpress Flight 1303 exploded in the sky after suicide bombers detonated their bombs in mid-air, killing a total of 90 people.
- Regional Airlines Flight 9288, an Antonov An-24RV crashed 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) from the runway while on approach to Varandey Airport in Nenetskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug on 16 March 2005, killing 28 of the 52 people aboard.
- S7 Airlines Flight 778 failed to brake on landing at Irkutsk and hit a concrete wall on 9 July 2006, the plane exploded on impact, burst into flames and leaving its tail as the only part that left intact, 125 people were killed.
- UTAir Flight 471 The Tupolev Tu-134 suffered a catastrophic structural failure after a hard landing in Samara. The aircraft broke apart and flipped over, killing 6 people. (27 March 2007)
- Aeroflot Flight 821 crashed on approach to Perm Airport en route from Moscow (on 14 September 2008). All 88 people on board were killed.
- 2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash, a Tupolev Tu-154 was trying to land in Smolensk Airport when the left wing hit a tree, and the aircraft inverted to the left, crashed and skidded in upside down condition in Smolensk, killing President of Poland Lech Kaczyński and all people aboard.
- Katekavia Flight 9357, on the night of 3 August 2010, the Antonov An-24 veered to the right from its landing course, crossed a river, impacted trees, crashed and burst into flames, killing 12 people. Russian investigators concluded that pilot error was the cause of the accident.
- Kolavia Flight 348, While taxiing for take-off from Surgut, the Tupolev Tu-154B-2 caught fire. Evacuation was immediately ordered by the Captain. 43 people were injured, and 3 people were killed.
- RusAir Flight 9605, on 20 June 2011, the Tupolev Tu-134A-3 was on approach to Petrozavodsk when it went upside down and slammed into houses, killing 47 people including FIFA football referee Vladimir Pettay. Pilot error was the cause of the accident.
- Angara Airlines Flight 5007, shortly after taking off from Surgut International Airport on 11 July 2011, the Antonov An-24 suffered an apparent engine fire, forcing the pilots to ditch the plane on Ob River. While ditching, the tail and the port engine came off. The aircraft was written off. 7 people were killed.
- 2011 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster, the Yakovlev Yak-42, operating as Yak-Service Flight 9633, was carrying a Russian professional ice hockey team when it hitting a mast and crashed into Volga River bank shortly after take off, everyone except one were killed in the crash. Initially, one of the hockey team members, Alexander Galimov, survived the crash. He later died on September 12.
- UTAir Flight 120 on 2 April 2012, the ATR 72 suffered an atmospheric icing and stalled. The plane impacted terrain and burst into flames, leaving with only 10 survivors.
- Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Air Flight 251 crashed while attempting to land at Palana Airport in Russia after descended below minima on approach, killing 10 people. Pilot error was the cause of the accident.
- Red Wings Airlines Flight 9268 failed to stop after landing at Vnukovo Airport and left the runway at high-speed, the aircraft hit the runway and broke up on impact killing five of the eight on board. Dashcam video shown the moment the aircraft hit and debris littered the runway.
- Tatarstan Airlines Flight 363 the Boeing 737 suddenly nose dived and hit the tarmac at a speed as nearly as the speed of sound during a failed approach to Kazan Airport on 17 November 2013, upon impact the plane was pulverized and exploded to pieces. All 50 people were killed. The accident was caught on CCTV.
- Flydubai Flight 981, the Boeing 737 crashed in southwestern Russia while attempted its second landing to Rostov-on-Don. All 55 passengers and seven crew on board were killed. The plane was pulverized.
- Ilyushin IL-18B of the Bulgarian carrier TABSO crashed near Bratislava on 24 November 1966.
- Ilyushin IL-18L of Czechoslovak Airlines crashed shortly before landing in Bratislava on 28 July 1976.
- Aviaco Flight 118, a Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle carrying 85 people crashed into a village near Montrove, killing everyone on board. A man was also died on the ground.
- Spantax Flight 995 a DC-10-30CF was destroyed by fire after an aborted takeoff at Málaga, 13 September 1982.
- Avianca Flight 011, registered HK-2910, crashed into a mountain scheduled to land in Madrid Barajas International Airport, 27 November 1983.
- Madrid runway disaster, an Iberia Boeing 727-256 Adv.collided with an Aviaco McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 at Madrid-Barajas Airport on 7 December 1983. A total of 93 people were killed, including Mexican actress Fanny Cano and South African pianist Marc Raubenheimer.
- Iberia Airlines Flight 610, a Boeing 727–256 operated by Spain's national airline Iberia slammed into a television antenna and crashed on the top of Mount Oiz in Biscay, near Bilbao on 19 February 1985. All 148 people on board were killed. Investigation concluded that pilot error was the cause of the crash.
- PauknAir Flight 4101, as the pilots couldn't see anything, they didn't aware that Flight 4101 flew too low. It hit the ground and killing all 38 people on board.
- Britannia Airways Flight 226A, crashed on landing at Girona-Costa Brava Airport, 14 September 1999.
- Spanair Flight 5022, Crashed on takeoff at Madrid Barajas International Airport, 20 August 2008.
- Dan-Air Flight 1903, the de Havilland DH 106 Comet series 4 was approaching Barcelona Airport when it flew into the woods of Serralada del Montseny near Girona, killing everyone on board in the deadliest aircraft accident involving a De Havilland Comet series.
- 1970 Spantax Convair crash, the aircraft crashed shortly after take-off from Stockholm Arlanda Airport, killing 5 people out of 10.
- Linjeflyg Flight 277, the aircraft was on approach but got off course from its track. It flew too low and crashed into the ground, killing 31 people. The airport had a military configuration rather than the normal civilian configuration. This caused a pilot error.
- Linjeflyg Flight 618, during approach on Stockholm Bromma Airport, the aircraft dived into the ground and crashed in upside down condition, killing all 22 people on board. An ice build up had occurred on its tailfin, causing a disruption on its airflow and subsequently crashed the plane.
- SAS Flight 751, "The Gottröra accident", 27 December 1991.
- Swissair Flight 330 was a Convair Coronado that crashed near Würenlingen following detonation of a bomb on board, all 47 on board were killed.
- Ethiopian Airlines Flight 702 was carrying 202 passengers and crews when it was hijacked by the co-pilot over Sudan and landed in Geneva International Airport. The co-pilot was arrested.
- Alitalia Flight 404, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9 flew into a mountain near Weiach, killing everyone on board.
- Swissair Flight 306, the Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle III was taking off from Zurich when a fire occurred on board. The prolonged fire damaged the aircraft's hydraulic system, thus, the aircraft lose control, and crashed into a village, destroying many ground structures.
- Invicta International Airlines Flight 435 flew into the mountain, somersaulted and exploded in one of Switzerland's deadliest air disaster.
- Crossair Flight 3597 was on final approach to Zurich Airport when it slammed into a hill nearby. The aircraft slid and broke up, killing 24 people including several high profile singers. Pilot error was blamed for the crash.
- Crossair Flight 498, shortly after take off, the aircraft dived, spiraled and crashed in nearly vertical condition, killing everyone on board.
- Air France Flight 152. a Lockheed L-749A Constellation, ditched into the Mediterranean Sea off Kızılada, Fethiye on August 3, 1953. Four people of 8 crew and 34 passengers drowned.
- Scandinavian Airlines System Flight 871, a Sud Aviation Caravelle slammed to high ground during its approach to land at Esenboğa International Airport, killing all 42 people on board.
- Turkish Airlines Flight 452, a Boeing 727-2F2, flew into the slope of a hill at Karatepe in Isparta on September 19, 1976 killing 154 people.
- Turkish Airlines Flight 158, a Boeing 737-4Q8, crashed during its final approach to land at Ankara Esenboğa Airport in driving snow 16 January 1983.
- Condor Flugdienst Flight 3782, a Boeing 737-230, slammed into Dümentepe Hill during its final approach to land at Adnan Menderes Airport on 2 January 1988. All 16 people on board were killed.
- Turkish Airlines Flight 278, a Boeing 737-4Y0, crashed during its final approach to land at Van Ferit Melen Airport in driving snow, 29 December 1994.
- Turkish Airlines Flight 5904, a Boeing 737-4Q8, crashed in Ceyhan 8 minutes after takeoff from Adana Şakirpaşa Airport, 7 April 1999.
- Turkish Airlines Flight 634, an Avro RJ100, crashed on its final approach during landing at Diyarbakır Airport, 8 January 2003.
- Atlasjet Flight 4203, a McDonnell Douglas MD-83, crashed on a hill during descent to Isparta Süleyman Demirel Airport, 30 November 2007.
- Aeroflot Flight 1491, while descending to Kharkov, the Antonov An-10's wings suddenly snapped and detached from the aircraft. The fuselage fell into the woods. All 122 people on board were killed.
- 1979 Dniprodzerzhynsk mid-air collision: two Aeroflot Tupolev Tu-134s collided near Dniprodzerzhynsk on 11 August 1979, killing all 178 on both aircraft.
- Aeroflot Flight 528, the Yakovlev Yak-40 touched the runway too fast. The pilots then attempted to take-off again, but too late. It overran the runway, hit several obstacles and caught fire, killing 8 people.
- Aeroflot Flight 8381, an Aeroflot's Tupolev Tu-134 was descending to Lviv Airport when it collided with a Soviet Air Force Antonov An-26. Both aircraft lost their right wings and tails, and crashed near the village of Zolochiv, killing a total of 94 people.
- Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a Boeing 777-200ER, was flying over Ukraine while en route to Kuala Lumpur International Airport when it was hit by a surface-to-air missile. As the missile exploded beside the aircraft, the shrapnel, thrown by the missile, penetrated the aircraft and destroyed the cockpit and the first class. The Boeing 777 spiraled and disintegrated on air, sucking out passengers from their seats. It then crashed near Hrabove. All 298 people on board killed in the worst civilian airliner shootdown in history.
- Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise Flight 612, On 22 August 2006, a Tupolev Tu-154M was flying over Donetsk Oblast in stormy condition when it stalled and crashed near Sukha Balka, killing all 170 people on board. Ukraine's officials blamed pilot error for the crash. The crews flew the aircraft to an altitude more than its design capable of.
The following accidents and incidents occurred in international waters; that is, more than 12 nautical miles (22 km; 14 mi) off the coast of any territory.
- Air France Flight 447 — The Airbus A330 was carrying 228 people from Rio de Janeiro to Paris when its pitot tubes froze causing faulty airspeed reading. The plane then stalled. As the co-pilot took over, rather than getting out of the situation, he deepen the stall. The backup pilot sat next to him push the lever down and asked his co-pilot to do the same. However, a miscommunication occurred and his co-pilot pulled the lever even more, causing it to enter a deep stall. It then crashed into the Atlantic Ocean killing all on board.
- Air India Flight 182 — was flying over the Atlantic Ocean in west of Ireland when a bomb placed by Sikh extremist exploded in the cargo hold. The Boeing 747 disintegrated and plunged into the Atlantic killing everyone aboard in Ireland's deadliest aviation disaster.
- American Airlines Flight 63 — Attempted bombing over Atlantic Ocean, terrorist was restrained and sedated.
- Birgenair Flight 301 — crashed in the Caribbean Sea, near the Dominican Republic; all 189 passengers and crew killed. Investigators found that a nest was found blocking its airspeed indicator, causing the pilot to misread it.
- BOAC Flight 777 was shot down by Nazi fighter planes in the Bay of Biscay on 1 June 1943. All 17 aboard died, including actor Leslie Howard.
- Cubana Flight 455 — bombed, then crashed off Barbados into the Caribbean Sea.
- Dominicana DC-9 air disaster — crashed into the Caribbean Sea shortly after takeoff.
- EgyptAir Flight 990 — Crashed off the Atlantic coast of Nantucket.
- Globe Air charter flight crashed in bad weather into the Mediterranean Sea near Nicosia Airport, 20 April 1967.
- KLM Flight 607-E crashed 180 kilometres (110 mi) west of Shannon, Ireland, on 14 August 1958. The most likely cause was catastrophic mechanical failure, though the cause is officially undetermined. All 99 aboard died.
- LAV Flight 253 — Crashed into the Atlantic off Asbury Park, New Jersey, on June 20, 1956. All 74 aboard died.
- Swissair Flight 111 — Crashed off the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia.
- Transair Georgian Airline Crash (21 September) — Shot down into the Black Sea by a missile upon landing.
- TWA Flight 800 — The Boeing 747 was climbing just after taking off when suddenly its fuel tank exploded. The front cabin of the plane detached from the plane and fell straight to the Atlantic. The middle and the back cabin remained intact, but burning. The 'decapitated' plane then climbed and later crashed off the Atlantic coast of East Moriches, New York. All on board were killed. Investigators found that a faulty cable ignited a fire in the fuel tank, causing it to explode violently.
- Vieques Air Link Flight 901A, crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, off Vieques, Puerto Rico, with 8 deaths.
- Siberia Airlines Flight 1812 — was flying near Ukraine on 4 October 2001, in a coincidence, a military practice was conducted by the Ukrainian army, which was to shoot a target by a missile. The target was ready and set. However, rather than locking to its actual target, the missile locked itself towards the Siberia Airlines plane. It then hit the plane . All 78 people aboard killed . Ukraine paid ~$15 million compensation to victims' relatives.
- FlyMontserrat Flight 107 – Shortly after take off from V. C. Bird International Airport, the Britten-Norman Islander encountered an engine failure. The pilot apparently lose control of the plane. It then crashed onto the sea, killing all 3 people on board.
- LIAT Flight 319 - Not long after taking off from Hewanorra International Airport in Saint Lucia, the 19-seater DHC-6 crashed into the sea, killing all 13 people on board.
- ALM Flight 980 - After several unsuccessful landing attempts, finally the plane ran out of fuel. The crews were forced to ditch their plane. The plane crashed, and 23 people were drowned.
- Lionair Flight 602 crashed into the ocean off the coast of Mannar District, Sri Lanka while carrying 55 on board. Everyone aboard were killed. The wreckage was discovered in 2012.
- Korean Air Flight 858 was destroyed by a bomb planted by North Korean agents on 29 November 1987. All 115 on board died.
- South African Airways Flight 295 crashed into the Indian Ocean in international waters off the coast of Mauritius on 28 November 1987 after a catastrophic in-flight fire. The cause of the fire was never determined. All 159 aboard were killed.
- Aeroperú Flight 603 — Off the coast of Peru
- Alaska Airlines Flight 261 — Off the coast of Oxnard, California.
- China Airlines Flight 006 — Plunged 30,000 feet while 350 miles northwest of San Francisco.
- Flying Tigers Line Flight 739 — mid-ocean.
- Korean Air Flight 007 — Shot down over the Sea of Okhotsk in Soviet airspace.
- Asiana Airlines Flight 991 — Near Jeju Island, South Korea
- Philippine Airlines Flight 434 — bomb exploded on board over Minami Daito Island in the Philippine Sea, near Okinawa, Japan.
- ANA Avro Ten crashed in the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, 21 March 1931.
- ANA Stinson crashed near the border of Queensland and New South Wales, 19 February 1937.
- ANA DC-2 crashed into Mount Dandenong, Victoria, 25 October 1938.
- ANA Stinson Tokana crashed near Redesdale, Victoria, 31 January 1945.
- ANA DC-3 crashed at Seven-Mile Beach, Tasmania, 10 March 1946.
- ANA DC-3 crashed in New South Wales, 2 September 1948.
- Queensland Airlines Lockheed Lodestar crashed at Coolangatta, Queensland, 10 March 1949.
- MacRobertson Miller Aviation's DC-3 Fitzroy crashed immediately after takeoff from Perth on 2 July 1949.
- ANA DC-4 crashed after departure Perth, Western Australia, 26 June 1950.
- TAA Fokker Friendship crashed into the sea while preparing to land at Mackay, Queensland, 10 June 1960.
- Ansett-ANA Flight 325, a Vickers Viscount crashed into Botany Bay, New South Wales, 30 November 1961.
- Ansett-ANA Flight 149, a Vickers Viscount crashed while preparing to make an emergency landing at Winton, Queensland, 22 September 1966.
- MacRobertson Miller Airlines Flight 1750, a Vickers Viscount crashed near Port Hedland, Western Australia, on 31 December 1968.
- Beech Super King Air crashed after take-off from Sydney Airport on 21 February 1980.
- Beechcraft Baron Registered VH-TLO crashed on approach to airstrip, Mt Diane, Palmer River Far North Qld, on February 2, 1987 with 5 killed and 3 survivors.
- Beech Super King Air departed Perth and crashed in Queensland in September 2000, killing all eight on board.
- Lockhart River air disaster occurred on 7 May 2005, involving the death of all 15 occupants of a Fairchild Metroliner.
- New Zealand National Airways Corporation Flight 441 crashed in the Kaimai Ranges on 3 July 1963, killing all 23 people were on board.
- Ansett New Zealand Flight 703 crashed during approach to Palmerston North, on 5 June 1995, killing 4 of 21 people on board.
- Eagle Airways Flight 2279 was hijacked on 8 February 2008 on a flight from Blenheim to Christchurch.
Papua New Guinea
- Airlines PNG Flight 4684 - On 11 August 2009, a de Havilland Twin Otter was on approach to Kokoda Airport while carrying 13 passengers and crews. However, the plane slammed into the eastern slope of the Kokoda Gap on bad weather. Due to the massive impact forces, the plane was pulverised. All on board killed.
- Airlines PNG Flight 1600 - On 13 October 2011, a de Havilland Canada Dash 8 was en route to Madang Airport while carrying 32 people when one of its propellers oversped. This causing a catastrophic engine failure. The pilots decided to land the plane near Guabe River. While the plane was landing, the plane gradually, disintegrated. Eventually, the plane exploded. The cockpit flung from the main body. Only 4 people survived.
- Air Canada Flight 143, commonly known as the Gimli Glider, ran out of fuel over the Canadian Shield due to a maintenance error, and had to glide to a landing at a former airbase at Gimli, Manitoba on 23 July 1983.
- Air Canada Flight 189 crashed on takeoff in Toronto on 26 June 1978 due to pilot error and mechanical failure. Two passengers were killed.
- Air Canada Flight 621 crashed due to pilot error on 5 July 1970 while attempting to land at Toronto. All 109 people on board were killed.
- Air Canada Flight 624 hit an electric power line then made a hard landing as it skidded off a runway at Halifax Stanfield International Airport, Nova Scotia during a snowstorm on 29 March 2015. All 133 passengers and crew survived, but 23 suffered injuries.
- Air Canada Flight 646 skidded off the runway and crashed into a tree while attempting to land at Moncton International Airport, New Brunswick on 16 December 1997. 35 of the 42 passengers and crew were injured.
- Air Canada Flight 797 developed an in-flight fire. Successful emergency landing, however on evacuation process a flashover occurred, killing 23 people.
- Air France Flight 358 burst into flames after overshooting the runway at Toronto Pearson International Airport on 2 August 2005. There were no casualties.
- Air Ontario Flight 1363 crashed soon after takeoff on 10 March 1989 due to icing. Of 65 people on board, 24 were killed.
- Arrow Air Flight 1285 crashed shortly after takeoff on 12 December 1985 due to icing. All 256 aboard died.
- Canadian Pacific Airlines Flight 21 crashed near 100 Mile House, British Columbia, after an in-flight explosion on 8 July 1965. All 52 aboard were killed.
- First Air Flight 6560 suffered a controlled flight into terrain in poor weather while attempting to land at Resolute, Nunavut on 20 August 2011. Of the 15 people on board, 12 were killed, and three were injured but survived.
- Pacific Western Airlines Flight 314 crashed after thrust reversers did not fully stow following a rejected landing that was executed in order to avoid a snowplow on 11 February 1978. The crash killed four of the crew members and 38 of the 44 passengers.
- Pacific Western Airlines Flight 501 burst into flames upon takeoff from Calgary International Airport on 22 March 1984 due to mechanical failure. No one was killed.
- Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the Atlantic Ocean southwest of the Halifax international airport at the entrance to St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia on Wednesday, 2 September 1998, following an in-flight fire which lead to electrical failure, spatial disorientation and crew distraction. All 229 people on board died.
- Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 crashed into Mount Slesse near Chilliwack, British Columbia on 9 December 1956 after encountering severe icing and turbulence, resulting in the death of all 62 people on board.
- Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 831 crashed near Ste-Thérèse-de-Blainville, Quebec, on 29 November 1963 for reasons unknown. All 118 aboard died.
- Aeroméxico Flight 229 crashed into the side of a mountain while on approach to Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport on 20 June 1973, killing all 27 people on board.
- Aeromexico Flight 230 touched down too hard during landing, bounced back and broke up. It then caught fire and killing 32 people on board. A total of 34 people survived the crash.
- Aerocaribe Flight 7831 slammed into mountain and burst into flames, killing all 19 people on board instantly.
- Mexicana Flight 704 made a continuous descent in the last 5 minutes before impact, then turned left instead of right and collided with Cerro del Fraile, killing all 79 people on board.
- Mexicana Flight 940 suffered in-flight fire due to maintenance error, leading to loss of hydraulics and electrical systems that caused the aircraft to crash in El Carbón, killing all 167 people on board.
- TAESA Flight 725 stalled and crashed in Uruapan after a slat malfunction, killing all 18 people on board.
- Western Airlines Flight 2605 landed on the wrong runway, hit a maintenance vehicle, bounced back, struck a hangar, crashed and broke apart, killing a total of 73 people, including one person on the ground.
- Aerolíneas Argentinas Flight 644 - Half an hour after take-off, the plane entered severe turbulence. The plane then crashed near Pardo, Buenos Aires, killing everyone on board.
- Aerolíneas Argentinas Flight 707 - The aircraft, named "Ciudad de Bahía Blanca", entered severe turbulence while en route on its third leg between Camba Puntá Airport and Islas Malvinas International Airport. The pilots lost control of the aircraft and crashed into terrain, killing everyone on board.
- Austral Líneas Aéreas Flight 46 - The McDonnell Douglas MD-81 clipped a eucalyptus tree and crashed 3 km short of the runway while on approach to Libertador General Jose de San Martin Airport on June 12, 1988, killing all 22 people on board.
- LAPA Flight 3142 — Crashed at Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Buenos Aires.
- Sol Líneas Aéreas Flight 5428 — Crashed at Prahuaniyeu, Río Negro.
- Eastern Air Lines Flight 980 - A Boeing 727 slammed into Mount Illimani on 1 January 1985, killing all 29 people on board.
- 1960 Rio de Janeiro mid-air collision - A United States Navy Douglas DC-6 collided in the air over Guanabara Bay with a Real Transportes Aéreos Douglas DC-3 on February 25, 1960. Only 3 people survived, all of whom from the United States Navy's aircraft.
- Aerolíneas Argentinas Flight 322 - The plane clipped several tree tops and slammed into terrain during climbout, killing all 52 people on board.
- Lufthansa Flight 502 - The Lockheed L-1049G Super Constellation was on approach to Rio de Janeiro. However, the plane descended too low. Its nose wheel struck the water. The pilots continued the approach but later on they lose control of the plane. It then crashed near Flecheiras Beach. Only 3 crews survived the crash.
- VASP Flight 168 — Crashed into the Aratanha mountains in Ceará, northeast Brazil.
- Varig Flight 254 — Crashed into a jungle near Sao Jose do Xingu into the Cachimbo mountains, central-west Brazil.
- Transbrasil Flight 303 — Crashed into a hill during instrumental approach to Florianópolis, Brazil.
- TAM Transportes Aéreos Regionais Flight 402 — Crashed near the airport of Congonhas in São Paulo, southeast Brazil, during the takeoff.
- Gol Transportes Aereos Flight 1907 — Flight 1907 was flying over Amazon when one of its wing suddenly cut off from the Boeing 737. This causing the plane to rolled uncontrollably, corkscrewing, and broke up due to stress of the airframe. It then crashed into a jungle near Sao Jose do Xingu into the Cachimbo mountains. All 154 people on board were killed. An U.S Embraer Legacy aircraft accidentally turned its transponder off, causing the Gol Flight and ATC to not notice the Embraer plane. The Embraer winglets then sliced the Gol's wing. Everyone on board the Embraer however, survived.
- TAM Airlines Flight 3054 — Crashed near the airport of Congonhas in São Paulo, southeast Brazil, during the landing.
- 1982 TABA Fairchild FH-227 accident - crashed on approach to land at Tabatinga International Airport
- Aeronor Flight 304 the aircraft suffered a malfunction in one of its motors and crashed into a stone wall near La Florida Airport, La Serena, killing all 46 people on board.
- LAN Chile Flight 160 crashed into a farm near Colina. However, all 60 people on board survived the crash.
- LAN Chile Flight 210, the aircraft smashed into the side of the Andes mountain while carrying 24 people including 8 professional footballers and 2 coaching staff from CD Green Cross. All aboard were killed.
- LAN Chile Flight 107 the Douglas DC-6 slammed into the side of La Corona Mountain in the Andes, killing everyone on board.
- British South American Airways Avro Lancastrian Star Dust G-AGWH crashed in the Andes (the "STENDEC" incident).
- Aeropesca Colombia Flight 221, the Vickers Viscount 745D, named Ciudad de Popayana, slammed and exploded after impacting Mount Santa Elana on 26 August 1981, killing all 50 people on board.
- Aeropesca Colombia Flight 217, the Vickers Viscount carrying 21 people crashed into a mountain on 26 March 1982. All aboard were killed.
- Air France Flight 422 — a Boeing 727 leased from TAME Airlines, it crashes into the mountains east of Bogotá, Colombia shortly after takeoff, killing all 53 people on board.
- American Airlines Flight 965 — Crashed into a mountain in Colombia.
- Avianca Flight 203 - Exploded by bomb as part of an assassination attempt while flying over Soacha.
- Avianca Flight 410 — Crashed in Santander, Colombia.
- AIRES Flight 8250 - Upon landing on San Andrés Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport, the Boeing 737 crashed and broke up into several parts. 2 people were killed, while 119 others were injured. Pilots action saved the aircraft from post-impact fire and collision with the airport.
- Intercontinental de Aviación Flight 256 - The Douglas DC-9 impacted with the ground in a marshy lagoon near María La Baja, 56 km from Cartagena Airport due to a false altimeter setting. 51 people were killed. The only survivor was a 9-year-old girl who apparently fell out before the aircraft caught fire.
- SAM Colombia Flight 501 - A Boeing 727 operated by SAM Colombia hit Mt. Paramo de Frontino at 12,300 ft. while on approach to José María Córdova International Airport, killing all 132 people on board. The VHF omnidirectional range/distance measuring equipment had been sabotaged by terrorists and was not in service.
- TAME Flight 120 - The Boeing 727-134 was on approach to Teniente Coronel Luis a Mantilla International Airport in foggy conditions on January 28, 2002 when it slammed into the side of Cumbal Volcano, killing all 94 people on board instantly. Colombian authorities concluded that pilot error was the cause of the accident.
- 1982 Aerocondor DHC-4 Caribou accident - flew into high ground
- 1983 TAME 737-200 crash - The Boeing 737-2V2 Advanced, named Ciudad de Loja, was on approach to Cuenca when the pilots went distracted. They were not aware that the plane was flying dangerously low and flew into terrain. At the same time, it was suspected that both pilots were experimenting with their aircraft, indicating a possible lack of experience. It then slammed into a hill, killing all 119 people on board.
- Caribbean Airlines Flight 523 - Upon landing on Cheddi Jagan International Airport, the Boeing 737 overran the runway, went through the perimeter fence, crashed and broke into two sections. Incredibly, no one was killed. However, 7 people were injured.
- LANSA Flight 508 Pilot error led to a lightning strike, fire and structural failure. The aircraft broke up over the Amazon rainforest in December 1971.
- Aerolíneas Argentinas Flight 386 Passengers suffered from foodborne illness resulting in one fatality.
- TANS Perú Flight 222 Crashed on approach, January 2003.
- TANS Peru Flight 204, a Boeing 737-200 passenger plane which crashed during a storm in the Peruvian jungle, killing at least 40 people of the approximately 100 on board.
- Surinam Airways Flight 764 — The McDonnell Douglas DC-8-62 clipped a tree and flipped over while on approach to Zanderij airport, Surinam, killing 176 people, including a group of Surinamese football players called Colourful 11.
- Austral Líneas Aéreas Flight 2553 — The plane was on cruising when the stall aural warning suddenly sounded. Its pitot tubes actually froze and caused a misreading. However, the pilots didn't aware of this and put the aircraft on nose down to increase their speed. The plane was never at stall speed and was actually nearly overspeeding. The stall warning still sounded and flight crews retracted the plane's slat. As because the plane was overspeeding, one of its slats came off, thus the plane lost control. The plane crashed at Nuevo Berlín, Uruguay in nearly perpendicular angle, killing all aboard.
- Viasa Flight 742, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 that crashed near Maracaibo Airport on March 16, 1969 killing 84 people on the aircraft and 71 on the ground.
- Linea Aeropostal Venezolana Flight 253 (November 1956) was flying through a rainstorm as it approached Caracas Airport when it slammed into a mountain near Caracas Venezuela, killing all 25 people on board.
- West Caribbean Airways Flight 708 was flying over Venezuela while carrying French tourist when it stalled. The pilots misidentified it as an engine failure and pulled down the stick, thus, deepening the stall. The plane then crashed into a field in Machiques killing all 160 people on board.
- 11 March 1983 Avensa Douglas DC-9 crash, 23 killed.
- Cubana de Aviación Flight 310: Russian-built Yak-42 crashed near Valencia, Venezuela, and killed 22. The crash took the number of Cubana disasters from 1970 to 2000 to eight; one of them (see above) was the result of sabotage.
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