Fatal Events Since 1972 for
Singapore Airlines and SilkAir

The following events are those involving at least one passenger death where the aircraft flight had a direct or indirect role. Excluded would be events where the only passengers killed were stowaways, hijackers, or saboteurs.

  1. 19 December 1997; SilkAir 737-300; near Palembang, Indonesia: The aircraft crashed in a river about 35 miles (56 km) north of Palembang while en route between Jakarta and Singapore. All seven crew members and 97 passengers were killed.

  2. 31 October 2000; Singapore Airlines 747-400; Taipei, Taiwan:
    The aircraft crashed and burned shortly after taking off from Taipei on a scheduled flight to Los Angeles. The aircraft reportedly attempted to take off on a runway that was undergoing repairs and struck construction equipment on the runway. There was rain and wind in the area from an approaching typhoon at the time of the crash. There were 79 fatailities among the 159 passengers and four fatalities among the 20 crew members on the aircraft.
    Aviation Safety Council of Taiwan

    Runway Incursion Information
    FAA Runway Safety Program
    FAA Runway Incursion Reduction Program
    50 Runway Incursion Reports from the NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System

    Other Information
    Accident Analysis from AirlineSafety.com
    Fatal 747 Events
    Issues in Asian Aviation Safety
    Post Accident Checklist
    Aircraft Casulty Emotional Support Services

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http://airsafe.com/events/airlines/sing.htm -- Revised: 10 December 2007