The TABA Fairchild FH-227 accident happened on 12 June 1982 when a twin-engined Fairchild FH-227B (registered in Brazil as PT-LBV) on an internal scheduled passenger flight from Eirunepé Airport to Tabatinga International Airport crashed in bad weather. On approach to land at Tabatinga, the aircraft hit a lighting tower and crashed into a car park; the aircraft exploded and burned, and all 44 on board were killed.
|Date||12 June 1982|
|Summary||Hit obstacle during approach in bad weather|
|Site||Tabatinga International Airport, Brazil|
|Aircraft type||Fairchild FH-227B|
|Operator||TABA – Transportes Aéreos da Bacia Amazônica|
|Flight origin||Eirunepé Airport, Eirunepé, Brazil|
|Destination||Tabatinga International Airport, Tabatinga, Brazil|