11 July 1991: A Nigeria Airways DC-8 (operated by Nationair) crashed shortly after take-off from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia—261 victims.
26 April 1994: A China Airlines A300 crashed at Nagoya airport, Japan—264 victims.
12 November 2001: An American Airlines A300 crashed shortly after take-off from New York—265 victims.
25 May 1979: An American Airlines DC-10 crashed shortly after take-off from Chicago due to engine failure—273 victims.
19 February 2003: An Iran Air Il-76 crashed as it approached Kerman airport in Iran—275 victims.
19 August 1980: A Saudia L-1011 TriStar at Riyadh airport in Saudi Arabia went up in flames—301 victims.
3 March 1974: A Turkish Airlines DC-10 crashes in the Ermenonville forest, France, following an opening in the cargo hold and depressurisation—346 victims.
12 November 1996: A collision between a Saudia 747 and a Kazakhstan Airlines Il-76 at New Delhi airport—349 victims.
12 August 1985: A Japan Airlines 747 crashed between Tokyo and Osaka due to depressurisation—520 victims.
27 March 1977: At Tenerife airport in Spain, a KLM 747 collided with a PanAm 747—583 victims.