CAAC Flight 2311

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CAAC Flight 2311
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A similar Ilyushin Il-18 at the China Aviation Museum, Beijing, China on 6 November 2008.
Accident summary
Date 24 December 1982
Summary Destroyed by fire on landing
Site Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (former), China
23°11′0.40″N 113°16′5.11″E / 23.1834444°N 113.2680861°E / 23.1834444; 113.2680861Coordinates: 23°11′0.40″N 113°16′5.11″E / 23.1834444°N 113.2680861°E / 23.1834444; 113.2680861
Passengers 58
Crew 11
Fatalities 25
Injuries (non-fatal) 26
Survivors 44
Aircraft type Ilyushin Il-18B
Operator Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)
Registration B-202
Flight origin Lanzhou Zhongchuan International Airport (LHW/ZLLL)
1st stopover Xi'an Xiguan Airport (SIA/ZLSN)
Last stopover Huanghua Airport (CSX/ZGHA)
Destination Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (former) (CAN/ZGGG)

CAAC Flight 2311 was a scheduled passenger flight from Changsha Huanghua International Airport to the former Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. On 24 December 1982 it was flown by an Ilyushin Il-18B (registered in China as B-202), when after landing at Baiyun Airport a cabin fire produced toxic smoke whereupon the crew stopped the aircraft on the runway and evacuated the passengers.[1] The fast-developing fire killed 25 passengers and seriously injured 22 passengers and four crew members.[1] The fire, which was started by a passenger's cigarette, destroyed the aircraft.[1]


The aircraft B-202 was an Ilyushin Il-18B four-engined turboprop built in the Soviet Union in 1959.

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  1. ^ a b c Civil Aviation Authority 1974, p. 23/82