A Trans World Airlines, Inc., Convair 880, N821TW, Flight 128, crashed on the final approach to landing on Runway 18 at Greater Cincinnati Airport, Covington, Kentucky, at 2057 EST, November 20, 1967. Of the 75 passengers and seven crewmembers aboard, 10 passengers and two crewmembers survived. The aircraft was destroyed by impact and fire.
The flight was en route from Los Angeles, California, to Boston, Massachusetts, with scheduled stops at Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The flight had been cleared for an ILS approach to Runway 18 and, after reporting over the outer marker beacon, had been cleared to land.