ARGinMIA From Argentina, joined Nov 2001, 487 posts, RR: 5
Reply 12, posted (12 years 3 weeks 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 3929 times:
for the spanish speaking
Un avión con 42 pasajeros a bordo de la compañía TANS fue declarado en emergencia y desaparecido este jueves luego de salir del aeropuerto de Chiclayo (norte de Perú), informó Jorge Belevan, vocero de la aerolínea.
La nave, un Fokker F-28 tenía como destino la ciudad amazónica de Chachapoyas, dijo el funcionario a la emisora RPP al tiempo de informar que ya se iniciaron las labores de búsqueda por parte de la Fuerza Aérea.
"El avión fue declarado en emergencia a las 08H43 y en las aproximaciones al aeropuerto de Chachapoyas, hasta ahí es la información que tenemos porque luego se perdió contacto con la aeronave", añadió Belevan a la emisora limeña.
Añadió que se inició la búsqueda pero que la aeronave tenía suficiente
combustible. "No descartamos la posibilidad de que la nave pueda haber aterrizado en un aeropuerto alterno", anotó el vocero al precisar que las condiciones del tiempo eran normales y no se reportó ninguna anomalía climática.
El Fokker F-28 había partido del aeropuerto de Lima y tras aterrizar en Chiclayo, unos 700 km al norte de la capital, partió hacia el este, a la ciudad de Chachapoyas, capital de Amazonas, ubicada al otro lado de la cordillera de los Andes. La mayoría de pasajeros había abordado la nave en Lima.
At least they got the airplane right.. its a F-28
Hope its just on another airport
LanPeru From Peru, joined Jun 2001, 645 posts, RR: 9
Reply 18, posted (12 years 3 weeks 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 3632 times:
This is truly sad, TANS Peru was coming along quite well, I am hoping ( as a Peruvian) that this does not scare away tourist from flying the airline as that would hurt them very much. As a Peruvian I want you guys to know that civil aviation in Peru has come a long way, if you ever think of a place to go for a holiday choose Peru, you won't regret it! Airlines are becoming better and better. I get the Peruvian news channel but I will not be able to see it until 20:00PST I will post anything that I may not see on here.
Mika From Sweden, joined Jul 2000, 2882 posts, RR: 3
Reply 19, posted (12 years 3 weeks 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 3557 times:
Well, what can one say. Things seem to balance themselves out, last year being so good as far as accident's go and now this new year starts of like this. Is it confirmed that the plane has actually crashed?
Mirrodie From United States of America, joined Apr 2000, 7453 posts, RR: 61
Reply 22, posted (12 years 3 weeks 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 3466 times:
Someone said yesterday that these things happen in threes...
Oh man, that was me. I hate it when I get that feeling.
Our hearts and prayers to all those affected.
Guys, its things like this that make you realize whats important. Hope you go hug a loved one today, not only when they are flying but ALSO when they leave to go the the market or the gas station of whatever!
Life is precious.
Forum moderator 2001-2010; He's a pedantic, pontificating, pretentious bastard, a belligerent old fart, a worthless st
Really saddened to hear this. This is TANS first accident, if I'm correct. I really hope that the situation is not what it appears, and my prayers go out for the victims and their families. Peru's last worst accidents happened in 1996 with the crash of AeroPeru's 757, off the coast of Lima, and Faucett's 737 crash in Arequipa, both of which left no survivors. Both were major determining factors in both of the carriers shut downs.
However, recent reports are suggesting that the plane hasn't crashed but instead made an emergency landing somewhere in the amazon jungle. Now lets remember that not too long ago a TAM F-100 also made an emergency landing (hull loss nonetheless) in grassy terrain in Brazil. There is unconfirmed reports that say that one of the passengers has made contact with his relatives in Lima by cell phone and has stated that there is no deaths involved only two injuries sustained while evacuating the aircraft. These are still unconfirmed reports.
Mika From Sweden, joined Jul 2000, 2882 posts, RR: 3
Reply 24, posted (12 years 3 weeks 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 3408 times:
I feel the same way right know that i felt 2001 when the AA A300 went down in Queens. First it was Sept 11th then the SAS crash in milano and then the AA crash. I was really quite shocked by that chain of events in such a small time frame.
: Is it confirmed by now? Quite shocking day yesterday... :s
: The authorities in charge of the rescue have now suspended the search for the aircraft due to difficult weather conditions. Spanish source: http://ww
: three crashes in 24 hours? That is f***ed up!!
: actually, four in 24 hours if you count the Turkish military collision. Wow, that's horrible.
: It has been confirmed that talks about a "hard landing" or anything like that have been dismissed by the Peruvian gov't at this time. Hopefully tomorr
: Friday morning in Peru and according to local radio stations no news about the missing aircraft. Rumors yesterday about an emergency landing were just
: Nothing new heard yet. Does anyone of the Peruvian guys here know more about the search/results?
: Odd that an aircraft just three minutes from landing is proving so hard to find. Makes you wonder if it was really flying where it thought it was flyi
: Should be a djungle area... sometimes there is not much left to see from search planes. I think the possibility of a landing with survivors becomes qu
: I have some updates: - Plane is still not found, as weather conditions do not permit rescue-workers to access the area. They are under way BY FOOT. -
: That mobile phone call has been ruled out as almost impossible. Unless a passenger has one of those fancy phones that aim directly to the skies and th
: Hopefully they can get in there. Time is the enemy.
: Mobile phone call impossible because of no network in the area? Could be a very funny joke of some guy... but may be there are survivors-somewhere! Wo
: Bad news folks. Wreck has been found by rescue workers, but no survivors reported yet... Truly sad, for all the people that are left behind..... There
: and/or 2 belgians... May there be some survivors...
: Latest news: "A Peruvian air force helicopter crew Saturday reached the crash site of a plane that disappeared from radar just before landing Thursday
: May they rest in peace. And my thoughts go to their families which surely kept their hope alive during those long three days of search and false happy