Pan American World Airways Flight 160

Pan American World Airways Flight 160Saturday November 3, 1973
Smoke in the cockpit and uncontrollable fire caused by spillage of nitric acid on sawdust packing in the cargo hold. The aircraft was named "Clipper Titian."

Crash Details

DateSaturday November 3, 1973
LocationBoston,: Massachusetts
Passengers0
Crew3
Fatalities3
Survivors0
Aircraft TypeBoeing B-707-321C
OperatorPan American World Airways
RegistrationN458PA
Flight OriginNew York City
Flight Destination Prestwick
Boston,: Massachusetts
Pan American World Airways
Boeing B-707-321C
1973