Aircraft occurrences similar to or like Indian Airlines Flight 814

Indian Airlines Airbus A300 en route from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India on Friday, 24 December 1999, when it was hijacked and flown to several locations before landing in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Wikipedia

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    Major airline of India based in Delhi and focused primarily on domestic routes, along with several international services to neighbouring countries in Asia. State-owned after merger of eight pre-Independence domestic airlines and was administered by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. Wikipedia

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  • Pakistan International Airlines Flight 268

    Airbus A300, registration which crashed on approach to Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport on 28 September 1992. All 167 people on board were killed. Wikipedia

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  • Tribhuvan International Airport

    International airport located in Kathmandu, Bagmati Pradesh, Nepal. Named after Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah, the former King of Nepal. Wikipedia

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  • Alliance Air Flight 7412

    Scheduled domestic passenger flight operated by Alliance Air, a subsidiary of the airline Indian, from Kolkata's Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. On 17 July 2000, while on approach to its first stopover in Patna, the Boeing 737-2A8 operating the route nose-dived and crashed into a residential area in Patna, killing 60 people including 5 on the ground. Wikipedia

  • Himalaya Airlines

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  • Indian Airlines Flight 427

    Involved in an aircraft hijacking that took place in India between 24 and 25 April 1993. Commandos from the National Security Guard (NSG) rescued all 141 hostages of the Indian Airlines Boeing 737, on the ground at Amritsar airport. Wikipedia

  • Japan Airlines Flight 471

    Japan Airlines international flight from Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok, Thailand to Palam International Airport in New Delhi, India. On June 14, 1972 the Douglas DC-8-53 operating the flight, registered JA8012, crashed short of the New Delhi airport, killing 82 of 87 occupants: 10 of 11 crew members, and 72 of 76 passengers. Wikipedia

  • Indira Gandhi International Airport

    Airport located in the city of Delhi, India that serves as the international aviation hub of the Indian capital of New Delhi as well as the rest of northern India. Area of 5106 acres, is situated in Palam, 15 km south-west of the New Delhi railway station and 16 km from New Delhi city centre. Wikipedia

  • Thai Airways International Flight 311

    Flight from Bangkok, Thailand's Don Mueang International Airport to Kathmandu, Nepal's Tribhuvan International Airport. A310-304 on the route, registration crashed on approach to Kathmandu. Wikipedia

  • On 12 July 1969, a Douglas DC-3 operated by Royal Nepal Airlines crashed in Nepal en route from Tribhuvan International Airport to Simara Airport on a domestic scheduled passenger flight. Found in Hetauda, Makwanpur District. Wikipedia

  • On 31 March 1975, a Pilatus PC-6 Porter operated by Royal Nepal Airlines crashed in Nepal en route from Tribhuvan International Airport to Phaplu Airport on a domestic charter flight. Chartered by Sir Edmund Hillary to bring his wife Louise and daughter Belinda to Phaplu, where he was building a hospital. Wikipedia

  • Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh

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  • 2015 Indian Border Security Force King Air crash

    On 22 December 2015, a light aircraft of the Indian Border Security Force crashed within the grounds of Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India. Ten personnel of the Border Security Force, three officers and seven senior technicians, were killed. Wikipedia

  • Ariana Afghan Airlines

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  • Indian Airlines Flight 423

    Indian Airlines Boeing 737 IC423 flight from Srinagar to Delhi was hijacked by Sikh extremists to get appropriate rights from India and taken to Lahore, Pakistan. The plane had 111 passengers and 6 crew members on board. Wikipedia

  • Zoom Air

    Indian regional airline based at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. Established in April 2013 by Surender Kumar Kaushik as Zexus Air and the Indian civil aviation ministry issued it a No Objection Certificate in 2014. Wikipedia

  • 2019 Pulwama attack

    Attacked by a vehicle-borne suicide bomber at Lethapora in the Pulwama district of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir. Local Kashmiri youth from the Pulwama district. Wikipedia

  • Simrik Air

    Helicopter airline based at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. It operates chartered helicopter services. Wikipedia

  • Upcoming Nepalese airline founded in 2014 which is suppposed to be based at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. Founded in Gaushala, Kathmandu in 2014 by Bishwo Holdings from Singapore with the aim of starting operations in 2015. Wikipedia


Sentences forIndian Airlines Flight 814

  • In late December 1999, Musharraf dealt with his first international crisis when India accused Pakistan's involvement in the Indian Airlines Flight 814 hijacking.Pervez Musharraf-Wikipedia
  • In December 1999, Sheikh was released by the Indian government in exchange for the safe release of passengers aboard hijacked Indian Airlines Flight 814.Daniel Pearl-Wikipedia
  • However, following the hijacking of Indian Airlines Flight 814 in 1999, the airport security was handed over to CISF.Trivandrum International Airport-Wikipedia
  • However, following the hijacking of Indian Airlines Flight 814 in 1999, the topic of handing over security of the airports to the CISF was first proposed.Central Industrial Security Force-Wikipedia
  • The film was based on the hijacking incident of the Indian Airlines Flight 814.Amitabh Bachchan-Wikipedia
  • It was followed by Kandahar, a war film directed by Major Ravi, based on the hijacking of Indian Airlines Flight 814 in 1999.Mohanlal-Wikipedia

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