National Airlines Flight 2511 was a domestic flight from New York City to Miami on January 6, 1960. The airplane was a Douglas DC-6 that exploded from a bomb when it was flying in the air. Everyone died from the explosion. Many people think that this was a suicide attack.
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- "FAA Registry - Aircraft - N-Number Inquiry". registry.faa.gov. Retrieved 2020-03-15.[permanent dead link]
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