From missing Malayasian aircraft to the Russian aircraft crash, there are many other tragic stories in the history of aviation.

Here, we list out the deadliest aviation tragedies in the world:

1. Tenrife Aircraft collision, 1977: Two Boeing 747s collided at the Tenerife North Airport on the Spanish Island of Tenerife. Many deviated aircrafts were parked at the taxiway of the Tenerife Airport due to a bomb explosion at the Gran Canaria Airport. KLM Flight 4805 and Pan Am Flight 1736 were among the many other flights which were parked at the airport. As a thick flog developed, the communication between the controllers and the aircrafts were only by voice and nobody could see the highway. This resulted in the tragic collision of the two aircrafts which were on the runway killing all the 248 passengers aboard the KLM flight and 335 of 396 aboard Pan Am flight.
2. Japan Airlines Flight, 1985: The Japan Airlines Flight 123 from Tokyo to Osaka crashed into Mount Takamagahara in Ueno after the plane suffered explosive decompression soon after it took off. A total of 505 of the 509 people and 15 crew members on board died.

3. India mid-air collision, 1996: A Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 747-100B en route from Delhi to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia collided with Kazakhstan Airlines Iiyushin II-76 en route from Kazakhstan to Delhi on 12th November 1996, killing all the 349 people on board in both planes.

4. Turkish Airlines, 1974: All 346 people on board died when the cargo door of the flight accidentally opened up mid-flight and crashed in a forest on March 3, 1974.

5. Saudi Flight 163, 1980: The passenger flight caught fire after it took off from Riyadh International Airport and crashed while making an emergency landing back at the Riyadh airport, killing all 287 passengers and 14 crew members.

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