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Mohawk Airlines Flight 40 was a scheduled passenger flight between Elmira, New York, and Washington, DC. On June 23, 1967 it suffered a loss of control and crashed, killing all 30 passengers and four crew on board. It was the deadliest disaster in the airline's history. A valve in the auxiliary power unit had suffered a complete failure, spreading fire to the tailplane, causing a loss of pitch control.

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  • Mohawk Airlines Flight 40 was a scheduled passenger flight between Elmira, New York, and Washington, DC. On June 23, 1967 it suffered a loss of control and crashed, killing all 30 passengers and four crew on board. It was the deadliest disaster in the airline's history. A valve in the auxiliary power unit had suffered a complete failure, spreading fire to the tailplane, causing a loss of pitch control.
  • Mohawk Airlines Flight 40 was a scheduled passenger flight between Syracuse, New York, continued Elmira, New York, and Washington, DC. On June 23, 1967 it suffered a loss of control and crashed, killing all 30 passengers and four crew on board. It was the deadliest disaster in the airline's history. A valve in the auxiliary power unit had suffered a complete failure, spreading fire to the tailplane, causing a loss of pitch control.
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  • Mohawk Airlines Flight 40 was a scheduled passenger flight between Elmira, New York, and Washington, DC. On June 23, 1967 it suffered a loss of control and crashed, killing all 30 passengers and four crew on board. It was the deadliest disaster in the airline's history. A valve in the auxiliary power unit had suffered a complete failure, spreading fire to the tailplane, causing a loss of pitch control.
  • Mohawk Airlines Flight 40 was a scheduled passenger flight between Syracuse, New York, continued Elmira, New York, and Washington, DC. On June 23, 1967 it suffered a loss of control and crashed, killing all 30 passengers and four crew on board. It was the deadliest disaster in the airline's history. A valve in the auxiliary power unit had suffered a complete failure, spreading fire to the tailplane, causing a loss of pitch control.
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