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C-130 Events from 1989





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January

29 Jan 1989 CC-130E #130318 of the Canadian Forces and operated by 435 Squadron when it crashed 600 feet short of the runway during a night approach at -46C, in Fort Wainwright, Alaska.

March

27 Mar 1989 C-130H #470 of the RSAF (4 Squadron) take-off accident at Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, written off.

April

9 Apr 1989 L-100-20 #S9-NAI of Transafrik had a crash landing at Luena, Moxico Province, Angola

August

1 Aug 1989 L-100-30 #7T-VHK of Air Algérie damaged when it skidded off runway while landing at Tamanrasset, written off.
9 Aug 1989 C-130H 74-1681, c/n 4654, of the 463d Tactical Airlift Wing, crashed while dropping M551 Sheridan tank at Fort Bragg, North Carolina

November

27 Nov 1989 L-100 c/n #4129, delivered to ZAC-Alexander, registered 9J-RBW, April 1966, sold to Maple Leaf Leasing, 1969, leased to Pacific Western Airlines, line number 383, March 1969, damaged Eureka, Northwest Territory, August 1969, rebuilt as L-100-20, December 1969. Leased to Alaska International Air, (earlier Interior Airways, later Markair), December 1969. Sold to Pacific Western Airlines, registered CF-PWN, 1977, then sold to St. Lucia Airways, registered J6-SLO, May 1985, named 'Juicy Lucy', after a rock and roll band, 1969

December

Dec 1989 C-130H #460 of the RSAF (4 Squadron) burned on ground, air conditioner fire
21 Dec 1989 C-130A #TAM62 of the Bolivian Air Force crashed at Guayaramerin, Bolivia, 700 kilometers north-northeast of La Paz, after three-engine take-off. 22 of the 27 people on board were killed.