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Sentences forAir India Flight 101

  • The mountain was the scene of two fatal air crashes; Air India Flight 245 in 1950 and Air India Flight 101 in 1966.Mont Blanc-Wikipedia
  • These occurred at almost identical locations high up near the summit of Mont Blanc: one in 1950 (Air India Flight 245), and one in 1966 (Air India Flight 101).Mont Blanc massif-Wikipedia
  • While on a mission to the United States for a cause connected with the college, he died in an air crash over Mont Blanc on January 24, 1966.Amrit Campus-Wikipedia
  • Sixteen years later, Air India Flight 101 crashed in almost exactly the same spot.Air India Flight 245-Wikipedia
  • Homi J. Bhabha died when Air India Flight 101 crashed near Mont Blanc on 24 January 1966.Homi J. Bhabha-Wikipedia
  • A second accident occurred on 24 January 1966, of the Boeing 707 Kangchenjunga Bombay-New York (Air India Flight 101), which also struck the outcrop in the same sector.Rocher de la Tournette-Wikipedia
  • In January 1966, Bhabha died in a plane crash near Mont Blanc, while heading to Vienna, Austria to attend a meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Scientific Advisory Committee.Homi J. Bhabha-Wikipedia

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