N142D, a Douglas DC-3, was being operated by Mr. William Jackson of Travel Associates, Memphis, Tennessee, for the purpose of transporting sportsmen to Belize, British Honduras. The aircraft crashed and burned on New Orleans International Airport following an Instrument landing System (ILS) approach to Runway 10. The crash occurred at 0655 c.s.t. on March 20, 1969. Of the 27 persons on board, 11 survived. The crew of three was among those fatally injured. The aircraft came to rest at the Intersection of Runways 5 and 10. With the exception of the right wing and empennage, the aircraft was destroyed by impact and fire.