Transport Disasters in Turkey: Aviation Accidents and Incidents in Turkey, Aviators Killed in Aviation Accidents Or Incidents in Turkey

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 138 pages
Chapters: Aviation Accidents and Incidents in Turkey, Aviators Killed in Aviation Accidents or Incidents in Turkey, Maritime Incidents in Turkey, Railway Accidents in Turkey, Road Accident Deaths in Turkey, Victims of Aviation Accidents or Incidents in Turkey, 2009 Medair Tc-Hek Helicopter Crash, Abdullah Catl, Siberia Airlines Flight 1812, Turkish Airlines Flight 634, Atlasjet Flight 4203, Ss Kurtulu, Metin Oktay, Mt Independen a, Bar Akarsu, List of Hijacking of Turkish Airplanes, Hamit Kaplan, List of Maritime Incidents in the Turkish Straits, Mv Hayat N, Turkish Airlines Flight 345, Turkish Airlines Flight 452, Roger Delgado, Turkish Airlines Flight 5904, Turkish Airlines Flight 278, Onno Tunc, Kerim Tekin, 1964 Turkish Airlines Ankara Crash, Adnan Kahveci, 1974 Turkish Airlines Izmir Crash, Engin Ar k, Ahmet Kirecci, 1961 Turkish Airlines Ankara Crash, December 2007 Seferihisar, Turkey Migrant Boat Disaster, Vedat Dalokay, 1962 Turkish Airlines Taurus Mountains Crash, 1959 Air Charter Turkey Crash, Hms E20, Turkish Airlines Flight 158, 1979 Turkish Airlines Ankara Crash, Kevin Beurle, Mujdat Gursu, Aykut Barka, Muhsin Yaz c o lu, Dundar Ta er, 2010 Bilecik Train Collision, Bahattin Sofuo lu. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 136. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Accident summary G-AGRH Zephyr was an Avro Super Trader IV cargo aircraft, which crashed on Mount Suphan in eastern Turkey on 23 April 1959. The Super Trader IV was a modified Avro Tudor IV, which had been fitted with an aft cargo door and was flown unpressurized.Loss G-AGRH, owned by Air Charter Limited departed Ankara for a flight to Bahrain, a leg of a cargo flight from the United Kingdom to Woomera Airfield in Australia . The aircraft was carrying twelve men and top-secret equipment for Woomera rocket range. Between Ankara and Teheran, it was u...

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