1954 Singapore Air Crash

On March 13, 1954, a BOAC Lockheed Constellation L-749A (Registration G-ALAM, pilot T W Hoyle) flew from Sydney to London.

With intermediate stopping points at Darwin, Koepang, Surabaya, and Batavia, the aircraft crashed and caught fire on the approach to Kallang Airport, Singapore with a loss of 31 passengers and two crew members.

Port Moresby 6.3.1954 to Germany (East)
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