Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 21

Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 21Thursday July 8, 1965
The tail section separated from the fuselage after a bomb exploded in the passenger compartment. It was believed a saboteur ignited a mixture of acid and gunpowder which may have been poured into the toilet in a suicide-for-insurance scheme.

Crash Details

DateThursday July 8, 1965
LocationDog Creek, British Columbia, Canada
Passengers46
Crew6
Fatalities52
Survivors0
Aircraft TypeDouglas DC-6B
OperatorCanadian Pacific Air Lines
RegistrationCF-CUQ
Flight OriginVancouver
Flight Destination Whitehorse
Dog Creek, British Columbia, Canada
Canadian Pacific Air Lines
Douglas DC-6B
1965