LOT Polish Airlines


LOT Polish Airlines

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* 9 May 1987Ilyushin Il-62M, flight LO 5055. Shortly after departure from Warsaw, the aircraft's no.1 engine suffered an uncontained engine failure. Parts of the engine penetrated the fuselage and damaged the elevator control systems, causing a loss of elevator authority and eventually a loss of control of the aircraft. There were 183 fatalities (all on board), making this Poland's worst air disaster. [cite web|url=http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19870509-0&lang=en|title=Aviation Safety Network, crash of aircraft registration: SP-LBG]
* 2 November 1988 - Antonov An-24W, flight LO 703, had to make emergency landing on a field 32 km near Rzeszow after both engines failed. One Passenger died and the rest were seriously injured. [cite web|url=http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19881102-0&lang=en|title=Aviation Safety Network, crash of aircraft registration: SP-LTD]

See also

* Transportation in Poland

References

External links

* [http://www.lot.com/ Official website]
*Tadeusz Gronowski (Polish Wikipedia biography of the creator of the LOT logo, depicting a stylized crane inscribed in a circle, winner of a competition for the airline's logo held in 1929) pl icon

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