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flygc.info - ACi - Swissair Flight 111 - Swissair Flight 111 plunged into the Atlantic Ocean off the Nova Scotia coast while en route from New York to Geneva. Pilots reported smoke in the cockpit 53 minutes into the trip, and the electrical systems began failing 13 minutes later...

SwissAir Flight 111 memorial, Nova Scotia.  Sobering. July 2012

Photographs of the Swissair Flight 111 memorial at Whalesback, Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia.

Swissair Flight 111 Peggy's Cove memorial. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swissair_Flight_111

Swissair Flight 111 Memorial - The line defined by the left half of the flat plane of the boulder points to the crash site, 11 km out to sea. The line defined by the right half of the flat plane of the boulder points to its equivalent in Bayswater.

At 10:31 p.m. on Sept. 2, 1998, Nova Scotians felt their homes shake as Swissair flight 111 slammed into the waters off Peggy's Cove, killing all on board. There were 229 passengers and crew, including a Saudi Prince and a relative of the late Shah of Iran. In the cargo hold, a half a billion dollars worth of gold, diamonds and cash.

At 10:31 p.m. on Sept. 2, 1998, Nova Scotians felt their homes shake as Swissair flight 111 slammed into the waters off Peggy's Cove, killing all on board. There were 229 passengers and crew, including a Saudi Prince and a relative of the late Shah of Iran. In the cargo hold, a half a billion dollars worth of gold, diamonds and cash.

1998 ♦ September 2 – Swissair Flight 111, a McDonnell Douglas MD-11, crashes into the sea near Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada, because of an onboard fire. All 229 people on board perish.

1998 ♦ September 2 – Swissair Flight a McDonnell Douglas crashes into the sea near Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada, because of an onboard fire. All 229 people on board perish.

The Mystery Of Swissair Flight 111's Diamond Cargo Among the mysteries about the crash of Swissair Flight 111 off the coast of Nova Scotia in 1998 is what happened to diamonds, rubies, emeralds and other gems that were supposed to be in the cargo hold.   Today they would be worth half a billion dollars.

Among the mysteries about the crash of Swissair Flight 111 off the coast of Nova Scotia in 1998 is what happened to diamonds, rubies, emeralds and other gems that were supposed to be in the cargo hold.

Peggys Cove Swissair Flight 111 - Swissair Flight 111 - By Aconcagua - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1145023

Peggy's Cove Disaster - Eddie Coffey Album: Celtic And Country Memories - 1999 Performers: Eddie Coffey: lead vocals, keyboards, accordion Marty Delaney: bac.

Peggy's Cove Lighthouse, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Peggy's Cove Lighthouse, Nova Scotia On September 1998 SwissAir Flight 111 carrying 229 passengers crashed. There was no survivors.

September 2 - A McDonnell Douglas MD-11 airliner (Swissair Flight 111) crashes near Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, after taking off from New York City en route to Geneva; all 229 people on board are killed.

September 2 - A McDonnell Douglas airliner (Swissair Flight crashes near Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, after taking off from New York City en route to Geneva; all 229 people on board are killed.

On 2 September 1998, Swissair Flight 111 crashed into St. Margaret’s Bay with the loss of all aboard. One of two memorials to the victims of the disaster is located at The Whalesback, a promontory approximately 1 km northwest of Peggy’s Cove. The other is located at Bayswater, Nova Scotia, on the Aspotogan Peninsula on the western shore of the bay. The two monuments and the actual crash site are at the vertices of a roughly equilateral triangle across the bay.

The Swiss Air Disaster memorial at Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia - to commemorate the victims of the Swissair Flight 111 aircraft crash into St. Margarets Bay on September 1998 - 229 perished.

Top 25 Worst Aviation Disasters: No.22. Swissair Flight 111 (1998) In-flight fire, electrical failure Killing all 229

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Top 25 Worst Aviation Disasters: Swissair Flight 111 In-flight fire, electrical failure Killing all 229

September 2, 1998. Swissair Flight 111 left JFK international airport in NY heading for Geneva Switzerland. It crashed into the Atlantic Ocean killing all 229 on board.

December Swissair Flight 111 left JFK international airport in NY heading for Geneva Switzerland. It crashed into the Atlantic Ocean killing all 229 on board.

1998, September 2: Swissair Flight 111 crashes near Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, after taking off from New York City en route to Geneva. All 229 people on board are killed.

1998, September 2: Swissair Flight 111 crashes near Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, after taking off from New York City en route to Geneva. All 229 people on board are killed.

The mystery of Swissair Flight 111's diamond cargo Jewels worth $500M believed onboard deadly flight   By Daniel Schwartz, CBC News Posted: Sep 16, 2011 6:54 PM ET Last Updated: Sep 16, 2011 9:48 PM ET

The mystery of Swissair Flight 111's diamond cargo

When Swissair Flight 111 crashed in diamonds, and other jewels worth half a billion dollars were believed to be in the cargo bay. They were not found among the flight wreckage.

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