Aircraft accidents similar to or like 1983 Chosonminhang Ilyushin Il-62 crash

Ilyushin Il-62M being operated by the flag carrier airline of North Korea, Chosonminhang, crashed into mountainous terrain in the West African country of Guinea. Wikipedia

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    Ilyushin Il-76 crashed in mountainous terrain near Kerman in Iran. Flying from Zahedan to Kerman when it crashed 35 km southeast of Kerman. Wikipedia

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  • Aeroflot Flight 331

    International passenger flight operated by an Ilyushin Il-62M that crashed about 1 km from José Martí International Airport, in Havana, Cuba, on 27 May 1977. The accident occurred after the aircraft hit power lines on its final approach to the airport during poor weather. Wikipedia

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    Cargo airline based at Yaoundé Nsimalen International Airport in Yaoundé, Cameroon, and had additional significant operations at Spriggs Payne Airport in Monrovia, Liberia, and at Conakry International Airport in Conakry, Guinea. Founded in January 2006 as a public limited company, with 51% of shares held by a Cameroonian consortium and the remainder owned by a British/South African group. Wikipedia

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  • Air Senegal

    Flag carrier of the Republic of Senegal. State owned through investment arm Caisse des Dépots et Consignation du Sénégal. Wikipedia

  • Guinea

    West-coastal country in West Africa. Sometimes referred to as Guinea-Conakry to distinguish it from other countries with "Guinea" in the name and the eponymous region, such as Guinea-Bissau and Equatorial Guinea. Wikipedia

  • Gambia Bird

    The flag carrier airline of Gambia headquartered in Kanifing with its home base at Banjul International Airport. It suspended operations in December 2014. Wikipedia

  • Yemenia

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  • ČSA Flight 511 (March 1961)

    Flight operated by an Ilyushin Il-18 that crashed in Gräfenberg near Nürnberg on March 28, 1961 during flight across West Germany. Pilot error or an autopilot malfunction. Wikipedia

  • ČSA Flight 511 (July 1961)

    Flight operated by an Ilyushin Il-18 that crashed near Casablanca-Anfa Airport in Morocco on July 12, 1961. All 72 people on board were killed. Wikipedia

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  • Alitalia

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  • Koryo Hotel

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  • Republic of Guinea Armed Forces

    The Republic of Guinea Armed Forces (Forces armées guinéennes) are the armed forces of Guinea. They are responsible for the territorial security of Guinea's border and the defence of the country against external attack and aggression. Wikipedia

  • Country in Northeast Asia, which may have as many as 78 usable airfields, although the state's secrecy makes it difficult to ascertain their number and condition with certainty. List of airports in North Korea. Wikipedia

  • Written off. Not determined, but pilot error was blamed. Wikipedia

  • List of airports in Guinea, sorted by location. Transport in Guinea Wikipedia

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