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The aviation industry is potentially sitting on another airline disaster after an Indonesian domestic Flight TGN267, ‘Trigana Air Service’ plane , also the third aircraft to go missing in Asia over the last 18 months, lost contact with air traffic control with 54 people on board in a remote Indonesian area of Papua province today.
The flight by Trigana Air Service departed from Sentani Airport in Jayapura at 2:22 p.m. and was scheduled to touch down in Oksibil at about 3:16 p.m however, Flight TGN267 went out of contact with control at approximately 2:55 p.m, with no immediate confirmation of any distress calls made from the Flight TGN267 .
On board the missing flight were 44 adult passengers, five children along with five crew members.Although a search was launched earlier today,it was soon called off off due to poor weather and darkness falling.
At present Indonesian officials cannot confirm why the flight went missing or whether or not the flight crashed, apart from the fact that the weather was clear when the plane took off in Jayapura, whilst thunderstorms were recorded over a mountainous area along the missing Flight TGN267’s flight path.
The speculation is that a further deterioration in weather patterns over the next few days could hamper the search efforts in the mountainous area with some peaks as high as 3 kilometers (10,000 feet) and very steep slopes that will affect ground searches and radio frequencies by Sibusiso Ngwenya. see more at www.newzimbabwevision.com
photo-ibtimes. A Trigana Air Service ATR 42-300 plane, similar to the missing Flight TGN267.