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Pegasus Airlines plane crash - A Boeing 737 with 183 people onboard crashes in Turkey
5th February, 2020

Date : 5th February, 2020

Airline :
Pegasus Airlines

Aircraft :
Boeing 737-86J

Location :
Istanbul, Turkey

Fatalities : 3:183

Pegasus Airlines plane crash - A Boeing 737 with 183 people onboard crashes in Turkey<br>5th February, 2020
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