Blackout Effect (UK: 747) is a 1998 made-for-television disaster/thriller film. Blackout Effect was originally broadcast on NBC on January 4, 1998.
Eric Stoltz plays John Dantley, an NTSB officer sent to O'Hare Airport in Chicago to investigate a collision between Global Airlines Flight 1025 (a Boeing 757-200 from Los Angeles to Washington D.C.) and PDO Cargo flight 342 (a Boeing 727-200F flying westbound cargo plane), where 185 people are killed.
|events||aviation aviation accident|
|keywords||accidents and incidents in aviation air traffic control air traffic controller boeing boeing 727-200f boeing 757-200 cargo airline cargo plane collision fly human error kill land los angeles national transportation safety board ntsb o'hare airport o'hare international airport radar warn wash|
|producer||Anthony Santa Croce|