Sxmna From Netherlands Antilles, joined Mar 2001, 61 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (8 years 5 months 14 hours ago) and read 29523 times:
Single engine plane with 7 pax coming from SBH. It went down on aproach approx. 5 miles from the field. No report on casualties yet. Rescue teams report it sank. My best guess it is the Cessna Caravan 208 commuter that runs SXM-SBH. It is the only single engine I know that takes 7 pax.
FlyDreamliner From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 2759 posts, RR: 15
Reply 24, posted (8 years 5 months 4 hours ago) and read 21106 times:
Quoting JetBlueAtJFK (Reply 24): Well at least it wasn't a bigger plane. After I read the title I was preparing for something bigger. Hopefully the pilot is ok..
When I read the title I was also imagining something like an American 757 or AF A340 in the water in flaming pieces.
Good to know nothing too catastrophic,
as for the "11 different angles of photographic evidence" bit, my guess is that if any aircraft of size went down too close to the field on approach, more than a couple of those photographers might be going with it.
"Let the world change you, and you can change the world"
: I'm not sure what worse, a plane going down or an A.netter dreaming about a plane going down..lol
: funny ive got a banner advertisment on top of this page from thomas cook telling me to" hit the beach",that what i thought at first the plane had done
: You should count yourself lucky I've got 2 the same telling me I can get a good deal on women only car insurance Glad everyone's ok though JC
: I had a dream in the 90's of a cargo plane crashing into buildings in holland a couple of days later it front page news.
: Wow, glad I'm not the only one who has experienced this. In the early 90's I had about 3 seperate dreams about an airliner crashing near my house and
: crazy coincidence -- so did i. the dream was a mesh of my memories of spotting down there with the crazy landing at SBH. we landed in the water and s
: So any confirmation as to who the operator was? My best guess would be Air Caraibes, based on the aircraft and the route. But I'm just speculating.