British Midland Flight 92 (Kegworth) Air Disaster

British Midland Flight 92 (Kegworth) Air Disaster

air disasters | Forty-seven people were killed in the Kegworth Air Disaster in 1989

air disasters | Forty-seven people were killed in the Kegworth Air Disaster in 1989

1989 ♦ January 8 – British Midland Flight 92, a Boeing 737, crashes near Kegworth, Leicestershire, United Kingdom, after one of its engines loses a fan blade and fails. Of the 118 passengers and 8 crew, 79 survive. The incident became known as the Kegworth air disaster and is the first loss of a Boeing 737-400.

1989 ♦ January 8 – British Midland Flight 92, a Boeing 737, crashes near Kegworth, Leicestershire, United Kingdom, after one of its engines loses a fan blade and fails. Of the 118 passengers and 8 crew, 79 survive. The incident became known as the Kegworth air disaster and is the first loss of a Boeing 737-400.

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Kegworth air crash documentary

Kegworth air crash documentary

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ITN News : Kegworth Air Crash 1/2 (1989) - YouTube

ITN News : Kegworth Air Crash 1/2 (1989) - YouTube

ITN News : Kegworth Air Crash 2/2 (1989) - YouTube

ITN News : Kegworth Air Crash 2/2 (1989) - YouTube

8 January 1989 – British Midland Flight 92, operated by Boeing 737-400 G-OBMI crashed at Kegworth, Leicestershire whilst on approach to land at East Midlands Airport. The aircraft was operating a scheduled domestic flight from London Heathrow Airport to Belfast International Airport when the port engine suffered a failure but the starboard engine was shut down. Of the 126 people on board, 47 were killed and 79 were injured.

8 January 1989 – British Midland Flight 92, operated by Boeing 737-400 G-OBMI crashed at Kegworth, Leicestershire whilst on approach to land at East Midlands Airport. The aircraft was operating a scheduled domestic flight from London Heathrow Airport to Belfast International Airport when the port engine suffered a failure but the starboard engine was shut down. Of the 126 people on board, 47 were killed and 79 were injured.

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