Conviasa 737-200 crashed Saturday on a positioning flight, killing the three crewmembers onboard. The aircraft had been stored in Caracas and was being ferried to a new owner in Latacunga, Ecuador, when it flew into the side of the Iliniza volcano, Flight Safety Foundation's Aviation Safety Network reported. The JT8D-9A-powered aircraft first flew in 1978.
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