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2 November 1973 - a Yak-40 (Registration unknown)  was hijacked en route by 4 hijackers that demanded money and to be flown to Sweden. Stormed by security forces at an unknown airport in Moscow. 2 people were killed.

2 November 1973 - a Yak-40 (Registration unknown) was hijacked en route by 4 hijackers that demanded money and to be flown to Sweden. Stormed by security forces at an unknown airport in Moscow. 2 people were killed.

13 December 1959 - Aeroflot Flight 120, a Il-14P (CCCP-91577) Crashed into mountainous terrain, 27 kilometres (17 mi) northeast of Boysun, Soviet Union after the crew deviated from the planned route to avoid bad weather. Killing all 30 on board.

13 December 1959 - Aeroflot Flight 120, a Il-14P (CCCP-91577) Crashed into mountainous terrain, 27 kilometres (17 mi) northeast of Boysun, Soviet Union after the crew deviated from the planned route to avoid bad weather. Killing all 30 on board.

31 March 1971 - an An-24 (CCCP-46747) Crashed under unspecified circumstances in Moscow, Soviet Union while on a training flight. Passengers & crew fate unknown.

31 March 1971 - an An-24 (CCCP-46747) Crashed under unspecified circumstances in Moscow, Soviet Union while on a training flight. Passengers & crew fate unknown.

23 October 1959 - Aeroflot Flight 200, a Il-14P (CCCP-41806) Crashed in a forest on approach to Vnukovo Airport, Moscow, Soviet Union and was destroyed by fire. While at 900 metres (3,000 ft), the aircraft was cleared to land and began descending until striking trees, 1,400 metres (4,600 ft) short of the runway. 28 of the 29 on board were killed.

23 October 1959 - Aeroflot Flight 200, a Il-14P (CCCP-41806) Crashed in a forest on approach to Vnukovo Airport, Moscow, Soviet Union and was destroyed by fire. While at 900 metres (3,000 ft), the aircraft was cleared to land and began descending until striking trees, 1,400 metres (4,600 ft) short of the runway. 28 of the 29 on board were killed.

2 May 1974 - Aeroflot Flight 1255, a Yak-40 (CCCP-87398) Crashed following an aborted take-off at Rostov Airport, Soviet Union. The aircraft was operating a Lipetsk-Rostov on Don-Mineralnye Vody passenger service. 1 of 38 on board were killed.

2 May 1974 - Aeroflot Flight 1255, a Yak-40 (CCCP-87398) Crashed following an aborted take-off at Rostov Airport, Soviet Union. The aircraft was operating a Lipetsk-Rostov on Don-Mineralnye Vody passenger service. 1 of 38 on board were killed.

31 December 1967 - a An-24B (CCCP-46201) Crashed short of the runway on approach to Voronezh Airport, Soviet Union. Passengers & crew unknown.

31 December 1967 - a An-24B (CCCP-46201) Crashed short of the runway on approach to Voronezh Airport, Soviet Union. Passengers & crew unknown.

17 August 1960 - Aeroflot Flight 36, a Il-18B (CCCP-75705) a fire that started in the outer starboard engine spread to the wing and reached the fuel tanks, which exploded. The aircraft crashed near Kiev, Soviet Union. It was operating an international scheduled Cairo–Moscow passenger service. Killing all 34.

17 August 1960 - Aeroflot Flight 36, a Il-18B (CCCP-75705) a fire that started in the outer starboard engine spread to the wing and reached the fuel tanks, which exploded. The aircraft crashed near Kiev, Soviet Union. It was operating an international scheduled Cairo–Moscow passenger service. Killing all 34.

21 January 1973 - Aeroflot Flight 6263, an An-24B (CCCP-46276) Crashed into the snow near Petukhovo, Soviet Union apparently after it was hit by a surface-to-air missile while en route to Perm Airport. There were 39 people on board. Despite a few of them surviving the accident, they later died because of the low temperatures, before the rescue team reached the crash site. The aircraft was operating a domestic scheduled Kazan-Perm passenger service. Killing all 39.

21 January 1973 - Aeroflot Flight 6263, an An-24B (CCCP-46276) Crashed into the snow near Petukhovo, Soviet Union apparently after it was hit by a surface-to-air missile while en route to Perm Airport. There were 39 people on board. Despite a few of them surviving the accident, they later died because of the low temperatures, before the rescue team reached the crash site. The aircraft was operating a domestic scheduled Kazan-Perm passenger service. Killing all 39.

26 February 1970 - an An-12TB (CCCP-12966) made a hard landing at Beryozovo Airport, Soviet Union. No one was killed.

26 February 1970 - an An-12TB (CCCP-12966) made a hard landing at Beryozovo Airport, Soviet Union. No one was killed.

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