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Explosive Evidence (Air Crash Investigation - National Geographic)

Air India Flight 182 explodes in mid-air and disintegrates over the coast of Ireland while flying on the Montréal-London-Delhi-Bombay route. The plane, a Boeing 747-237B named after Emperor Kanishka — was blown up at an altitude of 31,000 feet (9,400 m), and crashed into the freezing Atlantic Ocean. In all, 329 people died in the crash, among them 280 Canadian nationals, mostly of Indian descent, and 22 Indians. The incident represents the largest mass murder in modern Canadian history. Extremely costly investigation and prosecution took nearly 20 years to be completed as the most expensive trial in Canadian history, costing nearly CAD $130 million. Investigators in the end discover that a bomb from Sikh militant group Babbar Khalsa caused the explosion.

About the documentary series Air Crash Investigation (also known as Mayday / Air Emergency) by National Geographic
Air Crash Investigation shares stories of astonishing survival and heartbreaking disasters of some of the most tragic incidents in the history of aviation. 
Plane crashes and near-disasters from around the globe, are investigated in meticulous detail, providing a look into what went wrong and if they could have been prevented. These events have helped change aviation safety and brought about some of the most important standard regulations that we know today. Survivor accounts and event re-enactments weave gripping tales while computer generated images (CGI) and expert testimony better explain the reasons behind the fatal or near fatal events.
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