Malaysia Airlines Flicht 17

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Malaysia Airlines Flicht 17
Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER PER Koch-2.jpg
9M-MRD at Rome Fiumicino Airport in 2011
Incident
Date17 Julie 2014
SummaryShot doun bi a surface-tae-air missile transportit frae Roushie on the day o the crash[1][2]
SteidNear Hrabove, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine
48°7′56″N 38°39′19″E / 48.13222°N 38.65528°E / 48.13222; 38.65528Coordinates: 48°7′56″N 38°39′19″E / 48.13222°N 38.65528°E / 48.13222; 38.65528
Aircraft
Aircraft typeBoeing 777-200ER
OperatorMalaysia Airlines
Registration9M-MRD
Flicht oreeginAmsterdam Airport Schiphol
DestinationKuala Lumpur Internaitional Airport
Passengers283[3]
Crew15
Fatalities298 (aw)[4]
Survivors0

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17/MAS17) wis a scheduled internaitional passenger flicht frae Amsterdam tae Kuala Lumpur. The Boeing 777-200ER crashed in eastren Ukraine near Shakhtarsk close tae the mairch wi Roushie on 17 Julie 2014, carryin 280 passengers an 15 crew members frae multiple kintras.[5][6]

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  1. Miller, Nick (29 September 2016). "Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down from pro-Russian rebel controlled territory, investigation finds". Sydney Morning Herald.
  2. "MH17 missile 'came from Russia', Dutch-led investigators say". BBC News Online. BBC. 28 September 2016. Retrieved 2 October 2016.
  3. "Friday, July 18, 08:20 PM GMT +0800 Media Statement 4 : MH17 Incident". Malaysia Airlines. 18 Julie 2014. Retrieved 18 Julie 2014.
  4. "Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash: 'Six Britons, 23 US citizens and 80 children' feared dead after Boeing passenger jet 'shot down' near Ukraine-Russia border". The Independent. 17 Julie 2014. Archived frae the original on 18 Julie 2014. Retrieved 17 Julie 2014.
  5. Dion Dassanayake. "Malaysia Airlines passenger plane crashes near Ukraine Russia border | World | News | Daily Express". Express.co.uk. Retrieved 17 Julie 2014.
  6. "Crash: Malaysia B772 near Donetsk on Jul 17th 2014, disappeared from radar". Avherald.com. Retrieved 17 Julie 2014.