By: Usman Aziz Malik

                                         Some worst air crashes of 2010

On 25 Jan 2010 The Boeing 737 of Ethiopian Airlines Crashed. In the Result 90 peoples died.

10 Apr 2010 the Tupolev plane crashed near Smolensk in Russia, all 96 peoples passed away on board included the Polish president Lech Kaczynski and his wife, Polish General Staff and other senior Polish military officers and 12 members of the Polish parliament.

Airbus A330-202 of Afriqiyah Airways Crashed on 12May, 2010 and 103 peoples died near Tripoli International airport.

One more worst Air accident after the ten days of afriqiyah plane crashed on 22 May 2010 in India the Boeing 737-8HG of Air India Express crashed during the landing due bad weather condition near Mangalore airport and 158 peoples were died.

After the crash of air India plane an other worst air accident in Pakistan near the Islamabad airport on 28 Jul 2010 the flight of Air Blue airline was arriving in Islamabad from Karachi Airbus A321-231 crashed on Margalla hills and 152 peoples died.

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