Avianca Flight 410

Infobox Airliner accident|name=Avianca Flight 410
Date=March 17, 1988
Type=Controlled flight into terrain (CFIT)
Site=Cúcuta, Colombia
Fatalities=143
Injuries=0
Aircraft Type=Boeing 727-21
Origin=Camilo Daza International Airport
Destination=Rafael Núñez International Airport
Operator=Avianca
Tail Number=HK-1716
Passengers=136
Crew=7
Survivors = 0

Avianca Flight 410 was a flight that crashed at 13:17 on March 17 1988, near Cúcuta, Colombia. The aircraft was a Boeing 727-21 operated by Avianca, the national airline of Colombia. Flight 410 was a regular scheduled domestic passenger flight from Cúcuta-Camilo Daza International Airport (CUC) to Cartagena de Indias-Rafael Núñez International Airport (CTG). The aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff from runway 33 at Cúcuta.

The aircraft registration number was HK-1716. That airplane had flown previously with Pan Am, as #N321PA. The aircraft was built in 1966, and had 43,848 hours of airframe time.

There were no survivors among the 7 crew and 136 passengers.

The official cause of the crash was a controlled flight into terrain at 6,200 feet. The investigation pointed to a number of probable causes, including a non-crew pilot in the cockpit, whose presence diverted the attention of the pilot and who interfered with the operation of the aircraft, and a lack of teamwork between the pilot and co-pilot. (CRM)

References

[http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19880317-0 Aviation Safety Network] accident description retrieved 6 December 2005

[http://www.icao.int ICAO] Reports:
*ICAO Circular 2660-AN/154 (12-26)
*ICAO Adrep Summary 2/88 (#5)

ee also

* List of accidents and incidents on commercial airliners


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