Iranian Plane Crashes With 100 on Board

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PostSun Jan 09, 2011 11:25 pm » by Freeyourmindnow


amazing :look: 50 people survived a plane crash like this

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PostSun Jan 09, 2011 11:26 pm » by Shaggietrip


Situation Update No. 3
On 09.01.2011 at 20:48 GMT+2

Up to 70 people on board an IranAir passenger jet have been killed and another 32 injured after it crashed in the country's northwest, IRNA, the Iranian news agency, says quoting an Iranian Red Crescent official. The aircraft crashed near Orumiyeh at around 16:15 GMT on Sunday, an official in West Azerbaijan province was quoted by state television's website as saying. "The airplane took off an hour later than scheduled time from Tehran towards Orumiyeh and because of bad weather conditions came down in a village area near Orumiyeh," the unidentified official said. Al Jazeera's Alireza Ronaghi, reporting from Tehran, said that roughly 70cm of snow has blanketed the ground in the Orumiyeh, around 700km north of Tehran. "This plane has been one of these very old kind of aircraft that are still serving in Iran's airlines - a Boeing 727, which is more than 40 years old," he said. The US-made aircraft has been out of production since 1984. The semi-official Fars news agency initially reported that 105 people people were believed to be on board, but an official statement said that there were 95 passengers and eight crew members in total. Passenger airline crashes are not uncommon in Iran, where sanctions have prevented Iran from purchasing parts for its commercial fleet.

Situation Update No. 2
On 09.01.2011 at 18:47 GMT+2

Fifty from the 105 passengers and crew on board an Iran Air plane which crashed in bad weather on Sunday survived the accident, Iran's emergency services chief and media said. "So far no reports of death have been reported to me," emergency services head Gholam Reza Masoumi told Fars news agency. "But 50 injured people out of the 105 on board have come out of the plane alive." The Iran Air plane crashed near the northwestern city of Orumiyeh at around 7:45 pm (1615 GMT), an official in West Azerbaijan province said, quoted on state television's website. "The airplane took off an hour later than scheduled time from Tehran towards Orumiyeh and because of bad weather conditions came down in a village area near Orumiyeh," the unidentified official said. Fars said 105 people were believed to be on board, while the aircraft was a US-built Boeing 727, according to ISNA. A third news agency, ILNA, gave a breakdown of 95 passengers and 10 crew members. Masoumi said the rescue operation was being hampered by bad weather. "The problem at the moment for rescue work is the heavy snow, which is around 70 centimetres (more than two feet) deep around the crash site," Fars quoted Masoumi as saying. State news agency IRNA reported that bad weather around Orumiyeh had earlier led to the cancellation of two flights from Tehran on Sunday.

Situation Update No. 1
On 09.01.2011 at 17:49 GMT+2

An IranAir passenger plane carrying 105 people crashed Sunday in the country's northwest, Iranian media reported. State television reported the crash but did not give details. The semiofficial Fars news agency said 105 passengers and crew were on board. The aircraft is a Dutch-made Fokker-100, Fars reported. In August, one of the airline's Fokker-100s skidded off a runway while landing in the northern Iranian city of Tabriz, lightly injuring two passengers. Iran has a history of frequent air accidents blamed on its aging aircraft and poor maintenance.


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PostMon Jan 10, 2011 12:07 am » by Freeyourmindnow


shaggietrip wrote:
Situation Update No. 3
On 09.01.2011 at 20:48 GMT+2

Up to 70 people on board an IranAir passenger jet have been killed and another 32 injured after it crashed in the country's northwest, IRNA, the Iranian news agency, says quoting an Iranian Red Crescent official. The aircraft crashed near Orumiyeh at around 16:15 GMT on Sunday, an official in West Azerbaijan province was quoted by state television's website as saying. "The airplane took off an hour later than scheduled time from Tehran towards Orumiyeh and because of bad weather conditions came down in a village area near Orumiyeh," the unidentified official said. Al Jazeera's Alireza Ronaghi, reporting from Tehran, said that roughly 70cm of snow has blanketed the ground in the Orumiyeh, around 700km north of Tehran. "This plane has been one of these very old kind of aircraft that are still serving in Iran's airlines - a Boeing 727, which is more than 40 years old," he said. The US-made aircraft has been out of production since 1984. The semi-official Fars news agency initially reported that 105 people people were believed to be on board, but an official statement said that there were 95 passengers and eight crew members in total. Passenger airline crashes are not uncommon in Iran, where sanctions have prevented Iran from purchasing parts for its commercial fleet.

Situation Update No. 2
On 09.01.2011 at 18:47 GMT+2

Fifty from the 105 passengers and crew on board an Iran Air plane which crashed in bad weather on Sunday survived the accident, Iran's emergency services chief and media said. "So far no reports of death have been reported to me," emergency services head Gholam Reza Masoumi told Fars news agency. "But 50 injured people out of the 105 on board have come out of the plane alive." The Iran Air plane crashed near the northwestern city of Orumiyeh at around 7:45 pm (1615 GMT), an official in West Azerbaijan province said, quoted on state television's website. "The airplane took off an hour later than scheduled time from Tehran towards Orumiyeh and because of bad weather conditions came down in a village area near Orumiyeh," the unidentified official said. Fars said 105 people were believed to be on board, while the aircraft was a US-built Boeing 727, according to ISNA. A third news agency, ILNA, gave a breakdown of 95 passengers and 10 crew members. Masoumi said the rescue operation was being hampered by bad weather. "The problem at the moment for rescue work is the heavy snow, which is around 70 centimetres (more than two feet) deep around the crash site," Fars quoted Masoumi as saying. State news agency IRNA reported that bad weather around Orumiyeh had earlier led to the cancellation of two flights from Tehran on Sunday.

Situation Update No. 1
On 09.01.2011 at 17:49 GMT+2

An IranAir passenger plane carrying 105 people crashed Sunday in the country's northwest, Iranian media reported. State television reported the crash but did not give details. The semiofficial Fars news agency said 105 passengers and crew were on board. The aircraft is a Dutch-made Fokker-100, Fars reported. In August, one of the airline's Fokker-100s skidded off a runway while landing in the northern Iranian city of Tabriz, lightly injuring two passengers. Iran has a history of frequent air accidents blamed on its aging aircraft and poor maintenance.


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PostMon Jan 10, 2011 12:31 am » by Shaggietrip


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Situation Update No. 4
On 09.01.2011 at 21:11 GMT+2

All passengers of the airplane crashed earlier in Iran have been found, reported iranian news agency Mehr citing the head of the province West Azerbaijan Vahid Jalalzadeh. According to him, 92 people were pulled out off the board of a crashed airplane, without specifing number of dead and survivors. Earlier it was reported that there were 105 people on board the plane. Irna news agency reports citing Red Cross Society that there are 70 dead and 32 wounded among the airplane passengers. At the same time according to the head of the Iranian Central Medical Clnic Gulamrza Masumi only 18 dead are confirmed up to now and 50 people are wounded at a various stage. All sufferers were fetched to hospitals. The state of 10 is extremely difficult. Fars news agency reports that according to the iranian deputy minister of transport on emergency situations Ahmed Mejevi it was Boing-727 owned by Iran Air that crashed. The airplane flying from Tehran to Ourmiya made a forced landing. Searching activities are restricted due to bad weather conditions. Azerbaijani Embassy in Iran, told Trend, that so far they have no information, whether there were Azerbaijani citizens on board the crashed aircraft.


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PostTue Jan 11, 2011 1:36 am » by Shaggietrip


Situation Update No. 6
On 10.01.2011 at 08:37 GMT+2

A Boeing-727 plane carrying 105 passengers and crews crashed last night in the suburbs of the city of Orumiyeh in Northwestern Iran, killing at least 77 people and injuring 27 people. "The plane crashed due to a technical flaw," an informed source told FNA on Sunday. Bad weather forced the Boeing-727 aircraft, en route from Tehran to Orumiyeh, to give up its first landing attempt as it approached a village near Orumiyeh named Klisa Kandi. The plane was circling for a second approach when it disappeared from the radar screens of Orumiyeh approach tower at around 19:45 hours local time (1615 GMT) Sunday. Witnesses said that the plane broke into several pieces on impact but did not explode. Iran's relief and rescue squads rushed to the rendezvous point in less than an hour, although heavy snow complicated rescue efforts, Head of the State Emergency Centre, Gholam Reza Masoumi told FNA, adding that there was heavy fog in the area. FNA dispatches said that all 12 crews of the plane were killed and one passenger was lost. Meantime, an official with Iran's Road and Transportation Ministry told FNA that one of the black boxes of the plane has been found. "After studying the black box the main cause of the accident will be announced," Road and Transportation Ministry's Deputy for Crisis Management Ahmad Majidi said on Monday. Iranian Road and Transportation Minister Hamid Behbahani along with a fact-finding team from Tehran traveled to Orumiyeh to visit the site of the crash. Iranian officials blame international sanctions for preventing the country from purchasing new American and European aircrafts and spare parts for the ones they have. Iran's American-built aircrafts were purchased before Iran's 1979 revolution, when the two countries cut off relations. Airlines, including Iran's flagship carrier, Iran Air, have struggled to keep those planes.

Situation Update No. 5
On 10.01.2011 at 04:16 GMT+2

An Iran Air Boeing 727-200, registration EP-IRP performing flight IR-277 from Tehran Mehrabad to Uromiyeh (Iran) with 94 passengers and 12 crew, was on final ILS approach to Uromiyeh's Urmia Airport runway 21 in fog and snowfall around 19:45L (16:15Z). The crew went around but the airplane impacted mountaineous terrain at Terman village about 5 miles southeast of the airport and broke up in six major parts. 73 occupants are confirmed dead, thereof 18 bodies were recovered, 33 occupants were hospitalised with a number in critical condition. The Vice governor of West Azerbaijan province of Iran said, that the airplane was on short final when the crew declared emergency due to a technical problem explaining they could not land at Urmia in these circumstances and requested to return to Tehran. During the go-around the aircraft lost height for unknown reasons and impacted terrain. Iran's Transport Ministry said, that there was no emergency. According to tower tapes the pilot aborted the approach when he could not establish visual contact with the runway at decision height and went around indicating they wanted to return to Tehran. 33 people have been taken to hospitals, 73 have perished.


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