Date: January 30, 1949
Time: 16:22
Location: Port Washington, New York
Operator: Pan American World Airways
Flight #: 100
Route: ?
AC Type: Lockheed L-749 / Cessna 140
Registration: NC86530/NC76981
cn / ln: 2528 /?
Aboard: 35   (passengers:23  crew:12)
Fatalities: 2   (passengers:1  crew:1)
Ground: 0
Summary: Midair collision. Two killed on the Cessna, none on the Lockheed which laned safely. The joint failure of the Constellation pilots to observe and avoid the Cessna aircraft in flight and of the Cessna pilot, while on an airway and in an area where a heavy concentration of traffic could be expected, to remain alert and avoid the Constellation.The aircraft was named "Clipper Monarch of the Skies."

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