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The 1967 Air Ferry DC-4 accident occurred on the 3 June 1967 when a Douglas DC-4 registered G-APYK on a non-scheduled charter flight between Manston Airport in Kent, England and Perpignan Airport in France hit the Canigou mountain in France killing all 88 on board. Cause of the accident was determined to be carbon monoxide poisoning of the flight crew due to a faulty cabin heater.

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  • The 1967 Air Ferry DC-4 accident occurred on the 3 June 1967 when a Douglas DC-4 registered G-APYK on a non-scheduled charter flight between Manston Airport in Kent, England and Perpignan Airport in France hit the Canigou mountain in France killing all 88 on board. Cause of the accident was determined to be carbon monoxide poisoning of the flight crew due to a faulty cabin heater.
  • The 1967 Air Ferry DC-4 accident occurred on 3 June 1967, when a Douglas DC-4 registered as G-APYK on a non-scheduled charter flight between Manston Airport in Kent, England and Perpignan Airport in France hit the Canigou mountain in France, killing all 88 on board. The cause of the accident was determined to be carbon monoxide poisoning of the flight crew due to a faulty cabin heater.
  • The 1967 Air Ferry DC-4 accident occurred on 3 June 1967, when a Douglas DC-4 registered as G-APYK on a non-scheduled charter flight between Manston Airport in Kent, England and Perpignan Airport in France hit the Canigou mountain in France, killing all 88 on board. The cause of the accident was determined to be carbon monoxide poisoning of the flight crew due to a faulty cabin heater. The crash is the deadliest aviation accident involving a DC-4.
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  • The 1967 Air Ferry DC-4 accident occurred on the 3 June 1967 when a Douglas DC-4 registered G-APYK on a non-scheduled charter flight between Manston Airport in Kent, England and Perpignan Airport in France hit the Canigou mountain in France killing all 88 on board. Cause of the accident was determined to be carbon monoxide poisoning of the flight crew due to a faulty cabin heater.
  • The 1967 Air Ferry DC-4 accident occurred on 3 June 1967, when a Douglas DC-4 registered as G-APYK on a non-scheduled charter flight between Manston Airport in Kent, England and Perpignan Airport in France hit the Canigou mountain in France, killing all 88 on board. The cause of the accident was determined to be carbon monoxide poisoning of the flight crew due to a faulty cabin heater.
  • The 1967 Air Ferry DC-4 accident occurred on 3 June 1967, when a Douglas DC-4 registered as G-APYK on a non-scheduled charter flight between Manston Airport in Kent, England and Perpignan Airport in France hit the Canigou mountain in France, killing all 88 on board. The cause of the accident was determined to be carbon monoxide poisoning of the flight crew due to a faulty cabin heater. The crash is the deadliest aviation accident involving a DC-4.
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