Royal Air Maroc CN-CCV – 1. April 1970

Date  1.   April 1970
Location Berrechid,   Morocco
C/N 32
Model  Caravelle III
Airline Royal   Air Maroc
Registration CN-CCV
Occupants  5/6 + 56/76
Aircraft history CN-CCV c/n 32 made its first flight on May 5th 1960   as F-WJAL and was delivered to Royal Air Maroc 7 days later.
Accident description CN-CCV coming from Agadir enroute to Paris via   Casablanca Nousasseur Airport was on final approach to Nousasseur Airport   when suddenly the crew lost orientation in the ground mist at an altitude of   500ft. The airplane banked to the right and crashed into a field near Berrechid. The fuselage broke in two pieces. 61 of 82 occupants died in the accident.