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AIRCRAFT CRASH IN SVALBARD, 1996
Vnukovo Flight 2801; Vnukovo Airlines 2801; Vnukovo 2801; Vnukovo Airlines flight 2801; VKO2801
  • The aircraft involved in the accident in January 1993, then operated by [[BosnaAir]]
  • [[Adventfjorden]] with [[Operafjellet]], the location of the accident, in the background
  • The Tu-154's route of flight and accident location

Americanism (heresy)         
  • James Gibbons, cardinal archbishop of Baltimore
  • Father Isaac Hecker
  • Pope Leo XIII
PREFERENCE AMONG NEW WORLD CATHOLICS FOR MORE LIBERAL THEOLOGY
Americanism (Heresy); Americanist heresy
Americanism was, in the years around 1900, a political and religious outlook attributed to some American Catholics and denounced as heresies by the Holy See.
Americanism         
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Americanisms; Americanism (disambiguation)
·noun Attachment to the United States.
II. Americanism ·noun A word or phrase peculiar to the United States.
III. Americanism ·noun A custom peculiar to the United States or to America; an American characteristic or idea.
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Americanisms; Americanism (disambiguation)
(Americanisms)
An Americanism is an expression that is typical of people living in the United States of America.
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Vnukovo Airlines Flight 2801

Vnukovo Airlines Flight 2801 was an international charter flight from Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow, Russia, to Svalbard Airport on Spitsbergen, in the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard. On 29 August 1996 at 10:22:23 CEST, a Tupolev Tu-154M operating this flight crashed into the ground in Operafjellet during the final approach to Svalbard Airport. All 141 people (11 crew members and 130 passengers, of whom three were children) aboard the plane were killed, making it the deadliest aviation accident in Norway. The accident was the result of a series of small navigational errors causing the aircraft to be 3.7 kilometres (2.3 mi; 2.0 nmi) from the approach centerline at the time of impact.

The Vnukovo Airlines aircraft, with the registration number RA-85621, had been chartered by Arktikugol, a Russian state-owned coal-mining company, to fly Russian and Ukrainian workers to the towns of Barentsburg and Pyramiden in Svalbard. The accident was a contributing cause for Arktikugol's closure of Pyramiden two years later. The accident was investigated by the Accident Investigation Board Norway with assistance from the Interstate Aviation Committee and became known as the Operafjell accident (Norwegian: Operafjell-ulykken). After the accident, a series of lawsuits determined compensation for the victims' families.