Capital Airlines Flight 20

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A Capital Airlines Vickers Viscount similar to the one which crashed.

Capital Airlines Flight 20 was a U.S. airplane flight from Washington, D.C. to Norfolk, Virginia. The airplane that was flying was a Vickers Viscount.[1]

Accident[change | change source]

When the airplane was flying, it had 4 engines, but it was very cold, so outside the airplane started to turn to ice, then two of the engines stopped working, then after awhile the other two engines stopped working. After the plane crashed, everyone died.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Capital Airlines Flight 20, Vickers-Armstrongs Viscount, N7462".
  2. "CAB Accident Report" (PDF).