A Ukrainian Boeing-737 with 180 people onboard has crashed in Iran, according to local media. The aircraft belonging to Ukraine International Airlines crashed just after take-off from Iran's Imam.
A Ukrainian Airlines passenger plane crashed in Iran. A Ukrainian Airlines passenger plane crashed in Iran.
Aftermath of passenger plane crash in Iran Jump to media player Officials say there were more than 170 people on board the Ukrainian Boeing-737 and that none survived.
Ukraine's embassy in Iran, citing preliminary information, said the plane had suffered engine failure before it burst into flames. Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky has said there were 167.
With the end of winter break for schools and limited travel options between Iran and Canada, 138 passengers travelling to Canada up on a Ukraine International Airlines flight to Kyiv that crashed.
A Ukrainian plane crashed near Imam Khomeini Airport in Tehran early Wednesday morning according to Iran's semi-official news agency ISNA. Credit: Islamic Republic News Agency. There is 'no chance' of survivors after a Ukrainian passenger plane carrying up to 180 passengers crashed near an airport in Iran, according to local media.
The Iran plane crash victims included the following nationals: 82 from Iran, 57 from Canada, 11 from Ukraine, 10 from Sweden, 4 from Afganistan, 3 from Germany, and 3 from the U.K, for a total of 170 passengers and crew, according to CNN News.
A Ukraine-bound plane crashed after taking off from Tehran, killing all 176 people on board. The U.S. and its allies believe Iran downed the aircraft—possibly by accident—which Iran denies.
The crew of a Ukrainian jetliner that crashed in Iran never made a radio call for help and were trying to turn back for the airport when the plane went down, according to an initial Iranian report.
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The Ukrainian International Airlines Boeing 737-800, flying to Kiev and carrying mostly Iranians and Iranian-Canadians, crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran’s Imam Khomeini airport, killing.
One of the engines of Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752, a Boeing 737-800 plane that crashed after taking off from Tehran's Imam Khomeini airport on Jan. 8, 2020, is seen in this still.
The Ukrainian jet that crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran's airport Wednesday, killing all 176 people on board, was carrying entire families, award-winning scientists, university students, and a young married couple who had traveled back to Iran for their wedding.
One of the engines of Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752, a Boeing 737-800 plane that crashed after taking off from Tehran's Imam Khomeini airport on January 8, 2020, is seen in this still.
Ukraine’s embassy in Iran said the plane had suffered engine failure and the crash was not caused by “terrorism”. Watch: Ukrainian airplane crashes in Iran, all 176 on board killed.Parliamentarian blames US for tensions that led to Ukrainian plane crash in Iran A Boeing-737 passenger jet of Ukraine International Airlines went down on January 8 minutes after leaving Tehran.News Iran Plane crash Ukraine A Boeing 737 passenger jet crashed shortly after taking off in Iran Tuesday night, Reuters reported, citing Iran's Fars News Agency. The Ukraine International Airlines.