Latitude and longitude of South African Airways Flight 228

Satellite map of South African Airways Flight 228

South African Airways Flight 228 was a scheduled flight from Jan Smuts International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa to London Heathrow International Airport that flew into the ground soon after take-off after a scheduled stopover in Windhoek, South West Africa (present day Namibia). Five passengers survived while 123 people died. The subsequent investigation determined that the accident was attributable largely to pilot error; the manufacturer subsequently also recognised the lack of a ground proximity warning system in its aircraft.

Latitude: -22° 29' 12.00" S
Longitude: 17° 27' 45.00" E

Nearest city to this article: Windhoek

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GPS coordinates of South African Airways Flight 228, Namibia

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