Founded in 1941, Philippine Airlines is the oldest commercial airline in Asia operating under its original name, serving 41 destinations as of 2016. Unfortunately, the Philippines have long been a hotbed of terrorism, and the airline has served as a tool of radicalism and bloodshed. In 1970, Flight BAe 748 came apart in the sky, killing 32 passengers and four crew members. A bomb in the lavatory was suspected. Philippine Airlines Flight BAC 111 was hijacked in 1976; 11 passengers and six hijackers died. Most recently, in 1994, a small bomb detonated under a seat, killing one person and injuring many on Flight 434. Ramzi Yousef (using the fake name Armaldo Forlani), the man who placed the explosive, was later convicted of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.