Japan Air Lines

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  • Japan Air Lines — Japan Airlines …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Japan Air Lines Flight 404 — was an airliner hijacked by Palestinian and Japanese terrorists in 1973.The flight departed Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport, Netherlands, on July 23, 1973, en route to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda), Japan, via Anchorage… …   Wikipedia

  • Delta Air Lines — Delta Air redirects here. For the defunct German airline, see DBA (airline). Delta Air Lines IATA DL ICAO …   Wikipedia

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  • Southwest Air Lines — (SWAL) wurde am 20. Juni 1967 als Tochtergesellschaft der Japan Airlines gegründet. Am 1. April 1993 wurde die Airline in Nihon Transocean Kōkū (JTA) umbenannt. Der Sitz der Airline ist in Naha auf Okinawa. Die Fluggesellschaft ist bis heute eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ozark Air Lines Flight 809 — Accident summary Date 23 July 1973 Type Windshear accident Site …   Wikipedia

  • Delta Air Lines Flight 723 — Accident summary Date July 31, 1973 Type Controlled flight into terrain Site …   Wikipedia

  • Delta Air Lines Flight 516 — Accident summary Date November 27 1973 Type Crashed short of runway Site …   Wikipedia

  • Vuelo 402 de Canadian Pacific Air Lines — Fecha 4 de marzo de 1966 Causa Error del Piloto Lugar Tokio, Japón Coordenadas …   Wikipedia Español

  • Korean Air Lines Flight 007 — Flight 007 redirects here. For other uses, see Flight 7 (disambiguation). Korean Air Lines Flight 007 Artist s rendition of HL7442, the KAL 747 lost during Flight 007 Occurrence summary …   Wikipedia

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