Italy suffered its worst civil aviation disaster on 8 October, when Scandinavian Airlines System fli...Italy suffered its worst civil aviation disaster on 8 October, when
Scandinavian Airlines System flight SK686 collided with a Cessna light
aircraft at Milan's Linate airport. Both aircraft were destroyed, an
airport building was damaged and 118 people died. The SAS MD-87 was valued
at around $20m. Almost all the passengers were European and underwriters
expect compensation payments to match the approximately $1m per person
paid out following the Concorde crash near Paris last year. Cover for SAS
was placed by Aon and led by Ace.
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