Saturday, 18th of January, 1986
– Guatemala 
A Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle VI-N, registration HC-BAE, operated by Aerovias Guatemala and leased from SAETA, operating a domestic non scheduled passenger flight from Guatemala City-La Aurora Airport (GUA/MGGT), Guatemala, to Flores-Santa Elena Airport (FRS/MGFL), Guatemala, crashed while on approach into a hilly jungle area in Flores, Guatemala.
The aircraft was destroyed. The six crew members and 87 passengers perished. (93 fatalities)
The crash is the deadliest aviation accident in Guatemala history. It is also the sixth worst accident involving the Caravelle.

– Details:
The 40-minute flight was taking Guatemalan and foreign tourists from Guatemala City to Santa Elena Airport, in Flores, some 170 miles (274 km) northeast of Guatemala City. Flores is a common staging point for visits to the ancient Maya city of Tikal. The aircraft took off on Saturday morning at 7:25 local time from La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City with 87 passengers and 6 crew on board. After approximately 30 minutes the aircraft was cleared to land at Santa Elena Airport. However the first approach was too high and the aircraft overshot the runway. On its second approach the aircraft crashed and caught fire about 8 km from the airport. The control tower’s last contact with the crew occurred at 7:58, 33 minutes into the 40-minute flight, with no reports of any anomalies. The accident killed all 93 people on board: 87 passengers and 6 crew members. The aircraft was completely destroyed.

– Cause:
“Undetermined, low cloud cover may have caused the pilots to lose orientation and crash”