The darkest aviation secret is that safety improves one crash at a time. What can some of the worst air disasters of all time teach us?
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In 1978, 146 passengers died when a PSA flight crashed into a Cessna. Who was responsible for the deadly crash that also killed seven people on the ground?
A look at the fate of Korean Air Cargo flight 8509. Four died in the explosion near Stansted Airport, making it the airline's fifth accident in two-and-a-half years.
Quick-thinking Captain Frank Geib saved Northwest Airlines Flight 85 from a horrific disaster in 2002. What had gone wrong 35,000 feet in the air?
Travelling home from a European Cup match in 1958, the plane carrying Matt Busby's Manchester Utd football team crashed on take-off, killing 23 of the 44 on board.
Near the end of its one-hour flight, Continental Express Flight 2574 dropped from the sky, killing all 14 people on board. The cause? A simple maintenance error.
What was supposed to be a joyous homecoming for the elite 101st Airborne Division ends in a tragic plane crash.
West Caribbean Airways Flight 708 crashes down killing 160 people in 2005 ultimately leading to the bankruptcy of the troubled airline.
Considered the worst air disaster in South American history, TAM Airlines Flight 3054 killed 181 passengers when it slammed into a gas station in 2007.
A look into the 2009 crash of Turkish Airlines Flight #195. Just before landing in Amsterdam, the plane mysteriously fell from the sky, killing nine people.
When Captain Sullenberger takes off from New Yorks La Guardia Airport in 2009 and collides with a flock of birds, he makes an heroic emergency landing on the Hudson River, saving all 155 passengers.
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