Major Alaska plane crashes

Anchorage Daily NewsJuly 7, 2013 

July 7, 2013 -- Rediske Air de Havilland DHC-3 Otter crashed at Soldotna Airport, killing 10

Aug. 9, 2010 -- GCI-registered de Havilland DHC-3T Otter crashed in Southwest Alaska, killing 5 people including Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens

Oct. 10, 2001 -- Peninsula Airways Cessna 208 Caravan commuter plane crashed shortly after takeoff from Dillingham, killing 10

July 30, 2001 -- LAB Flying Service Piper PA-32-300 crashes at Haines, killing 6

Feb. 5, 2000 -- Iliamna Air Cessna U206G crashes at Iliamna, killing 6

Dec. 7, 1999 -- Grant Aviation Cessna 207 crashed at Nightmute, killing 6

Nov. 8, 1997 -- Hageland Aviation Cessna 208B crashed at Barrow, killing 8

Sept. 22, 1995 --Air Force E3B AWACS crashed at Elmendorf AFB, killing 24

Jun. 22, 1994 -- Wings of Alaska DeHavilland DHC-3 crashed at Juneau, killing 7

Nov. 12, 1992 -- Alaska National Guard C-12F Beechcraft crashed near Juneau, killing 8

Dec. 23, 1987 -- Southcentral Air Piper PA-31 crashed in Kenai, killing 6

Nov. 23, 1987 -- Ryan Air Beechcraft 1900C crashes in Homer, killing 18

Aug. 25, 1985 -- Flightseeing Cessna 180H and Piper J5A spotting sheep collided near Knik Glacier, killing 12

Feb. 4, 1985 -- North Pacific Air Beechcraft 65-A80 crashes in Soldotna, killing 9

 A previous version of this article mistakenly said that the 2001 Peninsula Airways crash killed 9 people. It killed all 10 people aboard. It also mistakenly said that a 1999 Grant Aviation crash occurred in Bethel. It occurred near Nightmute.





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