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- 28/11/2009, 11:23 #1
Accidente de un MD 11 de Avient Aviation en Shanghai
: Avient Aviation MD11 at Shanghai on Nov 28th 2009, overran runway on takeoff
By Simon Hradecky, created Saturday, Nov 28th 2009 07:49Z, last updated Saturday, Nov 28th 2009 09:07Z
An Avient Aviation McDonnell Douglas MD-11 freighter, registration Z-BAV performing flight Z3-324 from Shanghai Pudong (China) to Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) with 7 crew, overran runway 35R (4000 meters/13123 feet long) on takeoff and burst into flames at about 08:12L (00:12Z). All occupants received injuries and were taken to local hospitals, where three died. Three of the survivors received minor, the fourth received serious injuries but is in stable condition.
Pudong's runways 35L (third runway built) and 35R (first runway built) had to be closed, runway 35L could be reopened 6 hours after the crash. Runway 34 (second runway built) continued to operate all time. About 50 fire engines were at the scene to extinguish the fires.
There are reports, that the airplane had already rotated for takeoff but failed to become airborne. A Shanghai based pilot witnessing the crash said, that the main gear left the ground just before the end of the runway, the airplane however did not climb more than 10 feet, impacted approach lights and antennas and fell back onto the ground.
Avient Aviation is registered in Harare (Zimbabwe). Z-BAV (msn: 4840 was formerly registered as N408SH, PR-LGD (Varig Logistica) and HL7372 (Korean Air). Avient Aviation had received the airplane just 8 days earlier. The airplane should have flown to Harare (Zimbabwe) via Bishkek.
ZSPD 280130Z 01008MPS CAVOK 12/07 Q1028 NOSIG
ZSPD 280100Z 01009MPS 9999 SCT020 12/06 Q1028 NOSIG
ZSPD 280030Z 01007MPS 9999 SCT020 12/07 Q1028 NOSIG
ZSPD 280000Z 36007MPS 9999 SCT020 12/07 Q1027 NOSIG
ZSPD 272330Z 01008MPS 9999 FEW020 12/07 Q1027 NOSIG
ZSPD 272300Z 01008MPS CAVOK 12/07 Q1027 NOSIG
ZSPD 272230Z 02009MPS 9999 OVC040 12/07 Q1027 NOSIG
ZSPD 272200Z 01008MPS 9999 OVC040 12/07 Q1026 NOSIG
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- 28/11/2009, 12:16 #2
Descansen en paz las víctimas y que se recuperen pronto los heridos.
Hoy soñé con aviones
que nublaban el día
- 28/11/2009, 12:31 #3
25/01/1991 Korean Air - HL7372
18/03/2005 VARIG Logistica - PR-LGD
20/11/2009 Avient - Z-BAV
- 28/11/2009, 13:50 #4
segun esta fuente han muerto tres estadounidenses en el hospital, el piloto esta hospitalizado (USA) y consciente por lo visto, y en la tripulacion iban 4 americanos, un belga, uno de indonesia y uno de zimbabwe.
By EUGENE HOSHIKO
Associated Press Writer
SHANGHAI (AP) - A cargo plane crashed as it took off from Shanghai's main airport Saturday, killing three American crew members and injuring four other employees after it veered off the runway and burst into flames.
Three Americans on the seven-member crew died and a fourth American was injured, U.S. Embassy spokesman Richard Buangan told The Associated Press. He did not know the injured person's condition.
Shanghai television showed what it called a 61-year-old American co-pilot in a hospital bed, conscious and saying "Thank you" to staff and officials.
The TV report said the other crew were from Indonesia, Belgium and Zimbabwe.
The aircraft's tail struck the ground on takeoff, China Central Television reported. Footage showed black smoke billowing from the wreckage.
The crash at Shanghai Pudong International Airport occurred just after 8 a.m. (0000 GMT), the official Xinhua News Agency said. The plane was headed to Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan.
Xinhua said the three people died at the People's Hospital of Pudong New Area. A propaganda official there had no comment Saturday night.
The aircraft was operated by Zimbabwe-based Avient Aviation. An Avient Harare official said the flight was operated out the United Kingdom and could not say what cargo was on board. The official was not authorized to speak to the media and spoke on condition of anonymity.
State media said the plane was an MD-11. In March, another MD-11 cargo plane crashed and exploded while landing at Japan's largest international airport, killing its two American pilots. Xinhua said another MD-11 with Korean Air crashed shortly after takeoff 10 years ago at Shanghai's Hongqiao Airport.
More than 30 international flights from the Shanghai airport were delayed Saturday morning, leaving about 4,000 travelers stranded on planes or in airport lounges, Xinhua said. CCTV said two runways at the airport were shut down.
Shanghai is China's largest city and its economic capital. The Pudong airport is located on the eastern edge of the city, by the East China Sea.
Recent crashes in China include two Chinese air force jets colliding in June 2008 in Inner Mongolia, with both pilots parachuting to safety. In June 2006, a Chinese military plane crashed in eastern Anhui province, killing all 40 people aboard.
dep por los fallecidos...
- 28/11/2009, 15:02 #5
- 28/11/2009, 15:22 #6
- 11 ene, 09
- Llanura castellana
Con la librea de Avient 3 dias antes.
- 28/11/2009, 15:27 #7
d.e.p para los muertos y que los supervivientes se recuperen pronto
- 28/11/2009, 15:43 #8
Una pena, no quiero se yo quien diga esto, pero los Md-11 ya llevan una buena lista de accidentes, y eso que me encanta.
- 28/11/2009, 16:10 #9
Que mala suerte...DEP para los fallecidos y que se recuperen pronto los heridos...
- 28/11/2009, 16:27 #10
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