Cleared to Land 19L Oslo Gardermoen FSLabs A320 Prepar3D
Transport Canada De Havilland Canada Dash 7 (DHC7) departing Quebec City (YQB/ CYQB)
Bronnoy, Norway, Flight Simulator 2004
Airbus A300B4 Time lapse approach to KORD Runway 28C Cockpit view
Widerøe Flight 744, also known as the Namsos Accident, was a controlled flight into terrain of a de Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter during approach to Namsos Airport, Høknesøra in Norway. The incident occurred on 27 October 1993 at 19:16:48 and killed six of the nineteen people on board, including the crew of two. The scheduled flight was on route between Trondheim Airport, Værnes via Namsos to Rørvik Airport, Ryum and the aircraft crashed at Berg in Overhalla because it held too low an altitude.