The biggest crash in history is really impressive. Their sacrifices were not able to do anything to save their lives. Having ascended to board planes from this list, they have left themselves no chance to survive. Most aviakrusheny occurred under the influence of human factors.

Plane crash in Los Rodeos Airport - accident (catastrophe), which took place in Tenerife, Canary Islands, at 17:06:50 local time, March 27, 1977. As a result of the collision of two Boeing 747 killed 583 people. The disaster remains the largest by number of victims in aviation history (not counting the terrorist attack September 11, 2001).
August 12, 1985-747SR Boeing Company «Japan Airlines», JA 8119 registration number that fly JAL 123 crashed near Mount Takamagahara, the village of Ueno, Gunma Prefecture, Japan, 100 km from Tokyo.

This is the second most number of victims of the tragedy on the island of Tenerife disaster in aviation history (not counting the terrorist attack September 11, 2001) and the largest single aircraft disaster. 15 crew members and 505 passengers were killed. Survived only 4 people (all were women): 24-year-old Yumi Otiai, an employee of the company «Japan Airlines», a 34-year-old Hiroko Esidzaki with his 8-year-old daughter, Mikiko, and 12-year-old Keiko Kawakami. The latter was found sitting on a tree.

Iran Flight 655 (IR655) - a commercial passenger flight of Iran Air, between the cities of Bandar Abbas, Iran, Dubai, UAE. July 3, 1988, the aircraft Airbus A300B2-203 flight IR655 was shot down over the Persian Gulf missile fired from the guided missile cruiser Vincennes of the U.S. Navy. Killed 290 people, including 16 crew members, among the passengers were 66 children. During the missile launch cruiser Vincennes was in Iranian territorial waters.

The U.S. government has said that the Iranian aircraft was mistakenly identified as the F-14 Air Force of Iran. The Iranian government, however, argues that the Vincennes deliberately attacked a civilian aircraft.

(The photo missile launch)

November 12, 1996 - near the airport Charki Dadri (Delhi) in the air, airlines faced a Boeing 747 Saudi Arabian Airliners and IL-76 cargo airline Air Kazakhstan. 312 people have died in the Boeing and 37 in IL. Today it is the biggest catastrophe of two planes in the air.
The experienced Indian manager Dutt directed the flight of both aircraft. The commander of the "IL-76," Cherepanov [2] has received a warning located near the Saudi ship, but no indication to this effect was not followed. For some reason the Kazakh plane down to an altitude of 14,000 feet, at the same height at the same time, there was also "747". At 18:41 Datta manager saw met on the radar dots representing ships, which could mean that one of them went over the other, but after that both aircraft have stopped to get in touch, and disappeared from the radar line of sight. Manager for some time tried to call the aircraft. As it turned out, about 75 kilometers south-west of Delhi two aircraft collided and crashed to the ground. In no one left alive. Kazakhstan's plane crashed in the middle of the fuselage of the Saudi. Planes were going at a speed of 500 kilometers per hour, and their impact was 700 times stronger than the collision of two cars. Immediately after the collision, "Boeing" caught fire and began to rapidly disintegrate in the air. Aircraft weighing over 500 tonnes fell on the ground, and parts burned more than four hours, at a distance of 8 kilometers from each other. At the point of impact crater with a diameter of 100 meters.
(The picture Il-76MD company Air Kazakhstan board number UN-76435)

July 25, 2000 on takeoff at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport with a piece of the American DC-10 aircraft of Continental Airlines taking off the tire hit the Air France Concorde, the novice intercontinental flight Paris-New York. Tyre burst on take-off, a piece of cord reinforced flew into the engine and ignited first one, then the second engine of the left wing. Traction of the two engines the right wing was not enough, the plane with a full dressing - 119 tons of fuel - three minutes after takeoff crashed to the ground. Killing all on board (109) and 4 people in a suburban hotel. The largest crash of a supersonic aircraft (and the only disaster, "Concord").

(The photo still image recording with a single fatal take-off)

September 11, 2001 - a Boeing crashed into North Tower of the WTC in New York, the second - in the south tower of the WTC, the third - in the Pentagon and the fourth crashed. Only two buildings in the WTC were killed according to official figures about three thousand people. The largest number of accidents of passenger airliners in one day, the largest number of victims of a plane crash, the world's largest number of victims of a terrorist attack.
July 27, 2002 - during an air show at the airfield near Lviv Sknilov Su-27 crashed into the crowd. Killed at least 77 people, including 28 children. Biggest crash during an air show.
August 19, 2002 - as a result of rocket attacks on Chechen rebels Khankala (Chechen Republic) was hit by a transport Mi-26 Russian Armed Forces, planned a minefield. 127 people have died. The largest helicopter crash, the biggest disaster in the history of military aviation of the Russian Federation.
August 19 at about 16:10 Moscow time the Mi-26 helicopter, belonging to the Army Aviation Army, flew from the airfield Mozdok and headed to the base in Khankala. On board were servicemen returning to his post after the holidays, as well as contractors and soldiers in active service, flying to Chechnya to replace colleagues. Due to bad weather in previous days in Mozdok accumulated quite a large number of soldiers awaiting departure to Chechnya. For this reason, the helicopter was heavily overloaded.
At 16:54 the Mi-26 was a few kilometers from the airport Khankala and performed maneuvers, coming in to land. At this time, the crew commander Major General Oleg Batanov gave the land that I heard in the cotton area of ​​the right engine and on-board systems got a warning about the origin of the fire. Fearing that the fire spread to the second main engine Batanov immediately went on the decline.
When an emergency landing Mi-26 hit the tail on the ground and the car broke down. The soldiers, who were at the door, managed to jump up to the helicopter broke. The crew also safely evacuated - he was in the cockpit, which is practically not affected by the strike. However, a tragic coincidence, planting was carried out directly on the minefield protecting the base from attacks by militants Khankala. For this reason, the quenching of the burning helicopter was impossible, and the evacuation of the wounded - is difficult. Once the engineers have done in several passes minefield, there was nothing left to put out.

Plane crash over the Atlantic Ocean - the largest in the history of Air France crash, which occurred June 1, 2009. Airbus A330, flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, fell into the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Killed 228 people. In the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro on June 1 was declared three days of mourning, and in France in the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, June 3 was a funeral service, attended by President Nicolas Sarkozy. The exact cause of the accident is still unknown.

(In the photo the same plane.)

Plane crash in Smolensk, April 10, 2010 - an accident (crash) that occurred with the presidential aircraft Tu-154 Polish Air Force at the time of landing at the airfield "Smolensk-North" in heavy fog. In the crash killed all aboard - 88 passengers and 8 crew members, among them - Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria Kaczynska known Polish politicians, almost all of the military high command, community and religious leaders. It is the largest number of victims among the plane crash that killed the first person in the country. President Kaczynski was sent to Russia on a private visit at the head of the Polish delegation to the ceremonies to mark the seventieth anniversary of the massacre of Polish officers in Katyn Forest.
Following an investigation, the MAC, all systems of the aircraft before the collision with the ground worked fine, the visibility due to fog at the airport was less than acceptable for planting, as the crew was notified.
In the photo:Tu-154 President of Poland in Prague airport for 39 hours before the crash in Smolensk (April 8, 2010)

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