Date: March 28, 1933
Location: Near Dixmude, Belgium
Aircraft: Armstrong Whitworth Argosy II
Airline: Imperial Airways
Flight No: Unknown
Fatalities: 15 : 15

The airliner was crusing at about 4,000 feet when fire was observed coming out of its tail section. The pilot tried to make an emergency landing but the fuselage split in two causing the aircraft to crash and burn. This is thought to be the first airline disaster caused by an act of satotage. The fire was thought to have been started by a passenger in an attempt to commit suicide.