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  • Turkish Airlines Flight 452

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  • Air Inter Flight 148

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  • Alitalia Flight 404

    International passenger flight scheduled to fly from Linate Airport in Milan, Italy, to Zürich Airport in Zürich, Switzerland, which crashed on 14 November 1990. The Douglas DC-9-32, operated by Alitalia, crashed into the woodlands of Weiach as it approached Zurich Airport, killing all 46 people on board. Wikipedia

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