Iberia Airlines Flight 610

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Iberia Airlines Flight 610
Iberia Boeing 727-256Adv EC-CBJ.jpg
An Iberia Boeing 727-200 similar to the one involved
Accident
Date19 February 1985 (1985-02-19)
SummaryControlled flight into terrain due to pilot error
SiteMount Oiz, Biscay, Spain
43°13′43″N 02°35′24″W / 43.22861°N 2.59000°W / 43.22861; -2.59000Coordinates: 43°13′43″N 02°35′24″W / 43.22861°N 2.59000°W / 43.22861; -2.59000
Aircraft
Aircraft typeBoeing 727–256
Aircraft nameAlhambra de Granada
OperatorIberia
RegistrationEC-DDU
Flight originMadrid–Barajas Airport, Spain
DestinationBilbao Airport, Spain
Passengers141
Crew7
Fatalities148
Survivors0

Iberia Airlines Flight 610 was a flight from Madrid to Bilbao, Spain on 19 February 1985. The Boeing 727-200 crashed near Bilbao due to pilot error. All 148 people on board died.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved 10 November 2013.