Lufthansa Flight 527 (Q17323459)

Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Lufthansa Cargo Flight 527 was a Lufthansa Cargo flight scheduled to fly from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil to Dakar, the capital of Senegal. On 26 July 1979, shortly after take-off in Rio, the Boeing 707 flew into a slope and crashed. All 3 crew members, consisting of the captain, the first officer and a flight engineer died; there were no survivors. The principal cause of the crash was the failure of air traffic controllers to pay the necessary attention to each aircraft and ensure the necessary attention to rising terrain.

Summary from Português / Portuguese Wikipedia (ptwiki)

O Voo Lufthansa 527 (LH527) foi um voo de carga internacional entre São Paulo e Frankfurt, com escalas no Rio de Janeiro e Dacar, operada pela Lufthansa. Em 26 de julho de 1979, o Boeing 707-330C cargueiro que operava a rota, de prefixo D-ABUY, chocou-se contra uma encosta de montanha na Serra dos Órgãos, na região serrana do estado do Rio de Janeiro. O impacto aconteceu cinco minutos depois da decolagem do Aeroporto Internacional do Galeão.

Summary from Français / French Wikipedia (frwiki)

Le , un Boeing 707 effectuant le vol Lufthansa Cargo 527, un vol cargo international reliant Rio de Janeiro, au Brésil, à Dakar, au Sénégal, s'écrase contre une montagne peu après son décollage de l'aéroport international de Rio de Janeiro/Galeão. Les trois membres d'équipage, le commandant de bord, le copilote et le mécanicien navigant, périssent dans l'accident.

Summary from Deutsch / German Wikipedia (dewiki)

Lufthansa-Flug 527 war ein Frachtflug der Lufthansa, der am 26. Juli 1979 von Rio de Janeiro in Brasilien ins senegalesische Dakar führen sollte. Kurz nach dem Start in Rio flog die Boeing 707 im Steigflug gegen einen Hang und zerschellte. Alle drei Besatzungsmitglieder kamen bei dem Unfall ums Leben.

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