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List of accidents and incidents involving helicopters

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List of accidents and incidents involving helicopters

This article is a list of accidents and incidents involving helicopters and which are notable enough to have an article on WorldHeritage. It is grouped by the years in which the accidents and incidents occurred.

Contents

  • 1966 1
  • 1968 2
  • 1977 3
  • 1978 4
  • 1981 5
  • 1983 6
  • 1986 7
  • 1988 8
  • 1991 9
  • 1992 10
  • 1993 11
  • 1994 12
  • 1995 13
  • 1997 14
  • 2001 15
  • 2002 16
  • 2003 17
  • 2005 18
  • 2006 19
  • 2007 20
  • 2009 21
  • 2010 22
  • 2011 23
  • 2012 24
  • 2013 25
  • 2014 26
  • 2015 27
  • References 28

1966

1968

1977

1978

1981

1983

1986

1988

1991

  • 25 October - A Bell 206 crashes into a high voltage transmission tower during bad weather. All 3 on board are killed including Bill Graham.
  • 20 November - A Mil Mi-8 belong to the Azerbaijani Government is shot down by the Armenian military. It crashes near Karakend. All 22 people on board are killed.

1992

  • 28 January - An Azerbaijani Mil Mi-8 is shot down near Shusha by Armenian forces. All 44 people on board are killed.

1993

1994

1995

1997

2001

2002

2003

2005

2006

2007

2009

2010

The wreckage of the Israeli Air Force Sikorsky CH-53 Yas'ur.

2011

2012

2013

The damaged crane after the 16 January accident.

2014

2015

  • 8 May:A Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17 crashed, killing eight people, including the ambassadors of Norway and the Philippines.[1][2]

References

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