Cathay Pacific Flight 700Z

Cathay Pacific Flight 700Z

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Cathay Pacific Flight 700Z was a flight flying from Bangkok to Hong Kong's Kai Tak Airport on 15 June 1972. There were 71 passengers and 10 crew on the flight. A bomb exploded in a suitcase placed under a seat in the cabin while the flight was flying at (FL290) over Vietnam. The aircraft disintegrated and crashed. All people on board were killed.

A suspect in the bombing was declared not guilty at a trial due to a lack of evidence. Aviation Safety Network states that a police officer placed the bomb on the flight; his fiancée and his daughter were passengers. As of 2011, this was the last Cathay Pacific flight incident with fatalities.

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