23 December 1979
| Kuyumcuköy, Ankara, Turkey|
Controlled flight into terrain
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The 1979 Turkish Airlines Ankara crash occurred on December 23, 1979, when a Turkish Airlines Fokker F28 Fellowship 1000 airliner, registration TC-JAT, named Trabzon, on a domestic passenger flight from Samsun Airport to Esenboğa International Airport in Ankara, flew into the side of a hill 1,400 m (4,600 ft) near the village of Kuyumcuköy in Çubuk district of Ankara Province, 32 km (20 mi) north-northeast of the destination airport on approach to landing.
The crew had deviated from the localizer course while on an ILS approach experiencing severe turbulence.
1979 Turkish Airlines Ankara crash Wikipedia
The aircraft had four crew and 41 passengers on board. 38 passengers and three crew were killed in the accident.
The aircraft, a Fokker F28 Fellowship 1000 with two Rolls-Royce RB183-2 "Spey" Mk555-15 turbofan jet engines, was built by Fokker with manufacturer serial number 11071, and made its first flight in 1973.