Fatal Aviation Accidents and Incidents Involving Boeing 747's

Name all fatal events (or flight numbers) involved Boeing 747 aircrafts.
Data from http://aviation-safety.net/database/types/Boeing-747/database
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Last updated: April 20, 2014
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Date
Place
Fatalities
Event
2 July 1972
Saigon, South Vietnam
1
Pan American World Airways flight 841
20 November 1974
Nairobi, Kenya
59
Lufthansa flight 540
9 May 1976
Madrid, Spain
17
Iranian Air Force flight 48
27 March 1977
Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
583
Tenerife Airport Disaster
1 January 1978
Arabian Sea (off Bandra, India)
213
Air India flight 855
4 April 1979
Sydney, Australia
1
Pan American World Airways flight 816
19 November 1980
Seoul, South Korea
14
Korean Air Lines flight 015
11 August 1982
Pacific Ocean (off Hawaii, USA)
1
Pan American World Airways flight 830
1 September 1983
Pacific Ocean (off Sakhalinsk, USSR)
269
Korean Air Lines flight 007
27 November 1983
Madrid, Spain
181
Avianca flight 011
23 June 1985
Atlantic Ocean (off Cork, Ireland)
329
Air India flight 182
12 August 1985
Gunma, Japan
520
Japan Air Lines flight 123
5 September 1986
Karachi, Pakistan
20
Pan American World Airways flight 73
28 November 1987
Indian Ocean (off Mauritius)
159
South African Airways flight 295
21 December 1988
Lockerbie, Scotland, UK
270
Pan American World Airways flight 103
19 February 1989
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
4
Flying Tiger Line flight 66
24 February 1989
Pacific Ocean
9
United Airlines flight 811
29 December 1991
Wanli, Taiwan
5
China Airlines flight 358
4 October 1992
Amsterdam, Netherlands
43
El Al flight 1862
10 December 1994
Pacific Ocean (off Okinawa, Japan)
1
Philippine Airlines flight 434
17 July 1996
Atlantic Ocean (off New York, USA)
230
Trans World Airlines flight 800
12 November 1996
Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, India
349
Charkhi Dadri Mid-Air Collision
6 August 1997
Guam, USA
228
Korean Air flight 801
28 December 1997
Pacific Ocean (near Tokyo, Japan)
1
United Airlines flight 826
23 July 1999
near Tokyo, Japan
1
All Nippon Airways flight 61
22 December 1999
Essex, United Kingdom
4
Korean Air Cargo flight 8509
31 October 2000
Taipei, Taiwan
83
Singapore Airlines flight 006
27 November 2001
Port Harcourt, Nigeria
1
MK Airlines registration 9G-MKI
25 May 2002
Pacific Ocean (off Penghu Islands, Taiwan)
225
China Airlines flight 611
14 October 2004
Halifax, Canada
7
MK Airlines flight 1602
7 July 2008
Bogota, Colombia
2
Centurion Air Cargo flight 164
3 September 2010
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
2
UPS flight 6
28 July 2011
Pacific Ocean (off Jeju, South Korea)
2
Asiana Airlines flight 991
29 April 2013
Bagram, Afghanistan
7
National Airlines flight 102
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Level 31
Apr 20, 2014
You could add D.B. Cooper to the list!
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Level 48
Apr 21, 2014
I'm afraid that the plane which D. B. Cooper had hijacked was a Boeing 727, not a Boeing 747. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D._B._Cooper
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Level 27
Aug 11, 2020
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