Tuesday, June 2, 2009

...howwwzattt... air disaster...

A general blueprint for the A330 similar to the ill fated Air France

By MARCO SIBAJA, Associated Press Writer Marco Sibaja, Associated Press Writer – 18 mins ago

BRASILIA, Brazil – An airplane seat, a life jacket, metallic debris and signs of fuel were found in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday by Brazilian military pilots searching for a missing Air France airliner.

The debris was spotted from the air about 410 miles (650 kilometers) north of the Brazilian island of Fernando de Noronha, roughly along the path that the jet was taking before it disappeared with 228 people on board, said Air Force spokesman Jorge Amaral. more here

As of now the debris were believed to belong to the Air France which were mysteriously went missing earlier for the flight bound from Rio de Jeneiro to Paris. It carries 228 passengers as well the cabin and technical crews.

An automatic message sent from the plane just before it disappeared said that the plane was losing pressure and had experienced an electrical failure and chances for any survivors are very remote.

I wrote something about air safety earlier here. In the meantime, something had happened in Subang early this morning.

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