Pan International Flight 112

Pan International Flight 112Monday September 6, 1971
The aircraft collided with a bridge shearing off both wings after a double engine failure during takeoff. A forced landing was attempted on a roadway. The water-injection system to cool the engines during takeoff was inadvertently filled with kerosene instead of water.

Crash Details

DateMonday September 6, 1971
LocationNear Hasloh, Germany
Passengers115
Crew6
Fatalities22
Survivors99
Aircraft TypeBAC One-Eleven 515FB
OperatorPan International
RegistrationD-ALAR
Flight OriginHamburg, Germany
Flight Destination Malaga, Spain
Near Hasloh, Germany
Pan International
BAC One-Eleven 515FB
1971