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United Airlines Flight 2860 was a scheduled cargo flight from San Francisco, California to Chicago, Illinois, with an intermediate stop in Salt Lake City, Utah. On December 18, 1977, operated by one of the airline's McDonnell Douglas DC-8-54AF Jet Traders, registration N8047U, the flight crashed into a mountain in the Wasatch Range near Kaysville, Utah. All three crew members, the only occupants of the plane, were killed in the accident.

United Airlines Flight 2860
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A United Airlines Douglas DC-8-54AF, similar to the one involved.
Accident summary
Date December 17, 1977
Summary Pilot error, Controller error
Site Davis County, near Farmington, Utah
41°01′41″N 111°52′30″W / 41.028056°N 111.875°W / 41.028056; -111.875Coordinates: 41°01′41″N 111°52′30″W / 41.028056°N 111.875°W / 41.028056; -111.875
Passengers 0
Crew 3
Fatalities 3 (all)
Injuries (non-fatal) 0
Survivors 0
Aircraft type McDonnell Douglas DC-8-54AF
Operator United Airlines
Registration N8047U
Flight origin San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, United States
Stopover Salt Lake City International Airport, Salt Lake City, United States
Destination O'Hare Airport, Chicago, United States

United Airlines Flight 2860 was a scheduled cargo flight from San Francisco, California to Chicago, Illinois, with an intermediate stop in Salt Lake City, Utah. On December 18, 1977, operated by one of the airline's McDonnell Douglas DC-8-54AF Jet Traders, registration N8047U, the flight crashed into a mountain in the Wasatch Range near Kaysville, Utah. All three crew members, the only occupants of the plane, were killed in the accident.