Boeing 737-800 FlyDubai precipita vicino Rostov-on-Don

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Flightradar24, 40 minuti fa, ha dato la notizia tramite questo tweet.

https://twitter.com/flightradar24/status/711006717706899456

Notizia che poi è stata confermata dalle autorità ( http://61.mchs.gov.ru/operationalpage/operational/item/3515067/ )

Le 62 persone a bordo sono rimaste uccise e sembra che l'incidente sia avvenuto durante le manovre d'atterraggio con bassa visibilità.
Qui maggiori notizie:

https://www.rt.com/news/336185-boeing-crash-dubai-rostov/

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Visto ora su BBC. Dalle immagini sembrerebbe l'aereo abbia proprio perso il controllo per cadere in picchiata a 100 metri dalla pista.

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Mah...molto strana la dinamica...per cadere in picchiata in questo modo ci deve essere stato un fattore scatenante improvviso...
 

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FlyDubai Plane Crashes in Russia, Killing All Aboard

All 62 people aboard the flight from Dubai died when it crashed on a repeated landing attempt in bad weather

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Russian officials spoke to a relative of a victim of the FlyDubai plane that crashed in Russia, March 19, 2016.*PHOTO:*REUTERS

By*

LAURA MILLS*and

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JON OSTROWER

Updated March 19, 2016 2:47 a.m. ET

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An airliner flying from Dubai crashed in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don early Saturday, killing all 62 people aboard, according to the Russian Emergency Ministry.

The*Boeing*737-800 crashed on a repeated landing attempt at the city’s airport, according to the ministry, which said there were 55 passengers and seven crew aboard. The ministry earlier reported 61 had people had died.

FlyDubai, the United Arab Emirates-based carrier, confirmed that flight FZ981 crashed on landing and said there were no survivors.

The airline said the flight departed from Dubai International Airport at 10:20 p.m. local time Friday (2.20 p.m. ET) and was bound for Rostov-on-Don in Russia. The crash occurred at the destination about 0355 a.m. local time Saturday (8.55 p.m. ET, Friday), it added.

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FlyDubai Chief Executive Ghaith Al Ghaith said the airline’s primary concern was for the families of the passengers and crew who were on the flight. ”We don’t yet know all the details of the accident but we are working closely with the authorities to establish the cause.”

The local branch of the Emergency Ministry said in a statement that the pilot was forced to attempt a second landing “due to bad weather conditions.” The plane’s wing touched the runway, causing the plane to break apart, the statement said. Russian airports often lack the most sophisticated landing aids and access to advanced weather forecasting.

Vladimir Markin, a spokesman for Russia’s Investigative Committee, said the agency had opened a criminal case for “violation of air safety rules.”

A local official for the Emergency Ministry, Viktor Yatsutsenko, told Interfax news agency said that most of the passengers were Russian citizens, but that there were 11 foreigners on board.

Boeing said in a statement that it “stands ready to provide technical assistance upon the request of government agencies conducting the investigation.”

FlyDubai, the sister carrier to Emirates Airline, was set up in 2008 by the government of Dubai and began flying in 2009. Emirates is the largest airline in the world by international traffic.

The fast-growing, low-cost carrier operates an all-Boeing 737-800 fleet and received its 50th aircraft in October, just over six years after the carrier took its first jet from the plane maker.

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This handout picture, taken Saturday March 19, 2016 by Russia's Emergency Ministry, shows fire engines at the airfield near the crash site at Rostov-on-Don airport.*PHOTO:*RUSSIA EMERGENCY MINISTRY HANDOUT/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES

The airline has sought to replicate the successful low-cost model pioneered bySouthwest Airlines*Co.*Many of the carrier’s operational leaders are former U.S. airline executives.

The accident Saturday is the worst in the new airline’s short history and few notable safety incidents. In January 2015, one of its 737s came under fire during landing in Baghdad.

The event comes after the safest year in the history of commercial jet aviation world-wide. According to industry data, 2015 was the first year without a single passenger fatality as a result of a jetliner accident. Those numbers don’t include planes that are believed to have been brought done by a bomb or other intentional acts.


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—Nicolas Parasie and Andy Pasztor contributed to this article.
 

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Anche Video potrebbe essere fake forse di 737 caduto a Kazan qualche anno fa
 

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Il video non è coerente con la descrizione dell'incidente


Inviato dal mio iPhone utilizzando Tapatalk
 

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Un pensiero per le vittime. R.I.P.
Cominciamo la giornata con una bruttissima notizia.
L'aereo è A6-FDN del 2011.
Faccio una domanda, cercando di non alzare nessun polverone, e chiedo alle persone estremamente più competenti di me.
Dal tracciato di flight radar 24, alla quota di 2.150 ft, riporta una velocità di 104 kts, non sono pochi.?
Vi prego solo una risposta nessuna ipotesi di qualsiasi causa, lungi da me 1000 km alcuna ipotesi.
Grazie
 

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Un pensiero per le vittime. R.I.P.
Cominciamo la giornata con una bruttissima notizia.
L'aereo è A6-FDN del 2011.
Faccio una domanda, cercando di non alzare nessun polverone, e chiedo alle persone estremamente più competenti di me.
Dal tracciato di flight radar 24, alla quota di 2.150 ft, riporta una velocità di 104 kts, non sono pochi.?
Vi prego solo una risposta nessuna ipotesi di qualsiasi causa, lungi da me 1000 km alcuna ipotesi.
Grazie
Se la velocità riportata da FR24 è Ground Speed allora è corretta considerato il vento frontale che aveva. Se metti una Vapp di 135 (erano leggeri) e una 30a di nodi frontali ecco che arrivi a 104.

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L'articolo sul Corriere è vergognoso... "Segnaletica non adeguata per far scendere un bolide", "traiettoria impazzita"...

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