Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133
A Malaysia Airlines Fokker 50, similar to the one involved.
|Date||15 September 1995|
|Site||Tawau Airport, Malaysia
|Aircraft type||Fokker 50|
|Flight origin||Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Malaysia|
|Destination||Tawau Airport, Malaysia|
Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133 (MH2133/MAS2133) was a scheduled domestic passenger flight that crashed due to pilot error on 15 September 1995, taking the lives of 32 of the 49 passengers and 2 of the 4 crew, 34 in all. The plane crashed into a town, Tawau in Sabah, Malaysia during approach, after a failed go-around. This was the first hull loss of a Fokker 50.
The aircraft involved was a Fokker 50 manufactured in 1990 with the tail number 9M-MGH. There were 49 passengers, two pilots, and two crew aboard the aircraft. The scheduled flight time was one hour. 
- Accident description for 9M-MGH at the Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved on 7 March 2014.
- "Experts Begin Probe into Malaysian Plane Crash". Associated Press. 16 September 1995. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
- "Plane Overshoots Runway, Crashes, Killing 34 People". 16 September 1995. Retrieved 8 March 2014.