Top 10 Plane Crashes

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: On March 8, 2014. A Boeing 777 carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew took off from Kuala International Airport in Malaysia, heading for Beijing in China.

USAir Flight 427: On September 8, 1994, A Boeing 737-300 was traveling from Chicago to Palm Beach with a stopover to Pittsburgh with 127 passengers and 5 crew members.

American Airlines Flight 587: Since this took place in New York and 2 months after the September 11 attacks, fear spawned that the attack was repeated and buildings around New York was evacuated.

1956 Grand Canyon mid-air collision: fter investigating, it was concluded that both planes had collided at 21,000 feet due to that both planes could not see each other due to the design. 

Tenerife airport disaster: . The KLM crew noticed this as well and attempted to take off, but suffered a tailstrike, it did get airborne, but it was too late. 

2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash: Fear had spread that the crash was a political assassination, as plane was carrying politicians of Poland and relatives of victims that perished in Katyn massacre.

EgyptAir Flight 990: At sunrise, search and rescue ships found debris and body parts floating. None of the 217 people on board survived.

Metrojet Flight 9268: On 31 October, 2015. A Airbus A321 operated by Metrojet carrying 217 passengers and 7 crew members, took off from Sharm El Sheikh International Airport.

Aeroflot Flight 593: On 23 March, 1994, A Airbus A310 carrying 63 passengers and 12 crew members, crashed 20 kilometres off Mezhdurechensk, Russia. 

Turkish Airlines Flight 981: On March 3, 1974. A DC-10 operated by Turkish Airlines carrying 334 passengers and 12 crew, suddenly went down in a forest at Oise, France.