All Nippon Airways Flight 58

All Nippon Airways Flight 58

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All Nippon Airways Flight 58

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All Nippon Airways (ANA) Flight 58 was a Boeing 727-281 airliner, JA8329, that collided with a Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) F-86F fighter jet, 92-7932, while en route from Chitose Airport in Sapporo to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) in Tokyo on 30 July 1971 at 2:04 local time.Sekigawa, Eiichiro, "Mitsubishi's Mentor... ...Supersonics from Nagoya", AIR International, April 1975, Volume 8, Number 4, page 172."161 Die In Worst Aviation Disaster", The Coshocton (Ohio) Tribune, July 30, 1971, page 1 The pilot and sole occupant of the F-86, a trainee with the JASDF, ejected from his aircraft shortly before the collision and survived. The collision occurred over Shizukuishi, Iwate Prefecture.

Flight 58 had just departed Sapporo and was flying at an altitude of FL280. Meanwhile, a 22-year-old JASDF trainee, , and his instructor, Captain , were practicing maneuvers in their F-86 fighters. Ichikawa, who had not been watching for traffic, was instructed to break away from the 727 as it approached, but he could not avoid the accident. Instead, he ejected. The leading edge of the F-86 struck the left horizontal stabilizer...
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