Death flight 901: the Erebus disaster

New Zealand, 1981

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A film about the Air New Zealand DC10 plane crash at Mt Erebus in Antarctica on November 28, 1979 and the judicial process of apportioning blame. Includes footage of the wreckage and sequences filmed inside the courtroom at the Royal Commission of Inquiry.

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Credits

producer/director

John Keir

production company

New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation

Sonar Productions

Duration

00:52:00:00

Production places
New Zealand
Production dates
1981

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