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  1. #1

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    Domyślnie 2010.05.15 Katastrofa AN-28 w Surinamie


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    Crash: Blue Wing AN28 near Godo Holo on May 15th 2010, went into forest
    A Blue Wing Airlines Antonov AN-28, scheduled flight from Godo Holo [SMGH] to Paramaribo Zorg en Hoop (Suriname) with 6 passengers and 2 crew, was enroute about 10 minutes into the flight when the crew reported bad weather and shortly thereafter radio contact was lost. The airplane still has not arrived at Zorg en Hoop several hours after estimated arrival. All eight occupants are feared dead.

    Air Traffic Services in Suriname said, the airplane crashed about 200km (108nm) southeast of Paramaribo into the jungle 5km northeast of Pokisi in the Upper Marowijne District. Rescue and Recovery teams are attempting to reach the crash site Sunday morning (May 16th).

    Passengers on another Blue Wing flight reported in the evening of May 15th (local), they had seen the still smouldering wreckage with no sign of life about 5km northeast of Pokisi (Upper Marowijne district) from their flight.

    Suriname Authorities said on Sunday that the airplane was quite off course obviously in order to avoid bad weather on the direct route. The crash location is near the Tapanahony River.

    The exact location of Godo Holo is still unknown except for locals (see next paragraph), the Civil Aviation Authority of Suriname never published any data about the airstrip. Tourists reported on the Internet, that the airstrip is located at the Tapanahony River. The airline gives the distance to Godo Holo as 115 (unknown whether this is nautical miles, statute miles or plums) whereas the airline provides the distance to Drietabbetje as 110 (again unknown whether plums or any sort of miles). An airstrip, not mentioned anywhere, is visible on satellite images at Pikienkondre of Miranda, which about fits the distance difference, the tourist description of the airfield as well as the description of the crash location in the upper Marowijne District, which is marked by the joint of Tapanahony and Lawa Rivers to the Maroni (Marowijne) River.

    Reader Erik confirmed Pikienkondre of Miranda to be part of Godo Holo (Godoolo) and the airfield visible there to be SMGH. The clarification of the crash site provided on Sunday also identified the crash location about 4-5km northeast of Drietabbetje (5-6km northeast of Piketi [Poeketi] 1km south of Drietabbetje, probably meant when Pokisi was reported on Saturday).
    W skrócie: 6 pasażerów i 2 osoby załogi. Meldowali o złej pogodzie i chwilę potem kontakt się urwał. Służby lotnicze na Suriname przekazały, że samolot rozbił się ok 200km (108nm) od Paramaribo w dżungli i ok 5km od Pokisi w Upper Marowijne District. Ratownicy mają ciężkie dojście do wraku.
    Ostatnio edytowane przez Gabec ; 17-05-2010 o 10:17

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    czemu "na" zamiast "w" ? Surinam to jest państwo, nie wyspa...

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    Na swoje wytłumaczenie mam tylko poniedziałkowy poranek ;] Czy moderator może poprawić? Ja nie mogę już.

    W komentarzach w źródle, piszą że to "nasz" M-28 był

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    Apr 2010

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    To był "nasz" ale nie M-28 tylko An28 - rok produkcji 1990, ser 1AJ007-10


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