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Sentences forIndian Airlines Flight 491

  • * On 26 April 1993, Air India Flight 491 (IC 491), A Boeing 737-2A8 (Registered VT-ECQ) was on its connecting route from Delhi to Mumbai with en route stops at Jaipur, Udaipur and Aurangabad.Aurangabad Airport-Wikipedia
  • He worked as a flight purser for Indian Airlines and was on board Flight 491 which crashed on 26 April 1993, after take-off from Aurangabad and was one of 55 people who died in the accident.Vivek Agarwal-Wikipedia

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