The BOAC Boeing 707 Registration G-APFE, in 1962, that would go on to crash near Mount Fuji, en route from Tokyo to Hong Kong on March 5, 1966. Picture: Jon Proctor
Adam Nebbs
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Travellers' Checks by Adam Nebbs

Two plane crashes in two days and their Hong Kong connection – thankfully, both belong to another era of air travel

  • A Hong Kong-Vancouver flight crash-landed in Tokyo. A day later, a Hong Kong-bound flight taxied past the wreckage, took off, and itself crashed
  • Plus, Manga Art Hotel, which opens in Tokyo next month, welcomes guests with collection of 5,000 manga

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The BOAC Boeing 707 Registration G-APFE, in 1962, that would go on to crash near Mount Fuji, en route from Tokyo to Hong Kong on March 5, 1966. Picture: Jon Proctor
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