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1993 Tehran mid air collision

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Total survivors  0
Registration  EP-ITD
Date  8 February 1993
Total fatalities  133
Type  Tupolev Tu-154M
Passengers  119
Summary  Mid-air collision
Location  Qods
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Site  Shahr-e Qods, Tehran Province, Iran
Flight origin  Mehrabad International Airport
Destinations  Mashhad International Airport, Mehrabad International Airport
Operators  Iran Air Tours, Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force
Similar  Avioimpex Flight 110, China Northern Airlines Fl, China Eastern Airlines Fl, China Northwest Airlines Fl, SAM Colombia Flight 501

The 1993 Tehran mid-air collision occurred just outside the Iranian capital city of Tehran on Monday, February 8, 1993, killing all 133 people on board both aircraft involved—an Iran Air Tours Tupolev Tu-154M, registered EP-ITD, and an Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) Sukhoi Su-24 attack aircraft.

On that day, EP-ITD, loaded with 119 passengers and 12 crew, lifted off from runway 29R at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport on a non-scheduled domestic flight to Mashhad International Airport in Mashhad. Simultaneously, the IRIAF Su-24, piloted by a crew of two, was on approach to Mehrabad's runway 29L. At about 14:16 IRST, the two aircraft collided in mid-air and crashed in the town of Shahr-e Qods, about 9.4 miles from Mehrabad. All 131 people aboard the Iran Air Tours airliner and both military pilots died.


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