Chronology of Crashed Indonesia Fokker
“At 6am, the flight training went well.”
VIVAnews – A Fokker 27 aircraft owned by the Indonesian Air Force crashed yesterday and fell on top of eight homes. As many as 11 people were killed in the incident while twelve others were injured.
That day, the Fokker 27 aircraft had two flight-training sessions in which the latter flight resulted in crash.
“At 6am, the flight training went well,” Air Force Chief of Information Service, First Marshal Azman Yunus, told VIVAnews, on Friday.
Azman said that the aircraft was used for the second flight training for two students.
“It took off at 13.10pm and crashed at 14.45pm,” he said.
According to Azman, it usually takes one hour for an aviation student to have a flight training. However, in the second flight, two students would join in the aicraft.
Earlier, the Indonesian Air Force announced that the Fokker 27 aircraft was in airworthy condition. The aircraft had been used by the Indonesian Air Force since 1977.
“[The aircraft] was in normal condition,” said Head of Public Information Sub-Division of the Indonesian Air Force, Colonel Agung Sasongko Jati.
Agung said the Dutch-built plane was subject to regular maintainance. Moreover, the aircraft was often used to transport officials and soldiers. “It had 14.936 flight hours,” he said.
Seven passengers have been confirmed dead in the crash. Moreover, four other victims from one of the hit homes have also been confirmed dead.
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