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Rare Vertical Plane Crash In Sweden Today. Se-dux, A Norwegian mail plan has crashed in Sweden straight down.

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post Jan 8 2016, 06:57 AM
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This plane was lost today. SE-DUX
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/se-dux/#879c46c
Both pilots dead. Rest in peace!
First report said plane went straight down. Extremly fast.
Talks about 9000 feet a minute straight down.
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post Jan 8 2016, 01:06 PM
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http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-01/08/c_134991611.htm
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Norwegian postal plane crashes in Swedish mountains

STOCKHOLM, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) -- A Norwegian postal plane with two people on board crashed in Sweden's northern mountains in the early hours on Friday, local media reported.

Two Norwegian search jets located a wreckage between the Norwegian border and the river Akkujaures in the northernmost parts of Sweden, according to daily newspaper Dagens Nyheter.

"It is a very clear crash site. The total diameter is about 50 meters. There are no large parts, only fragments left of the aircraft," the Swedish Maritime Administration's spokesperson Daniel Lindblad told news agency TT.

A 42-year-old Spanish citizen captained the plane alongside a 34-year-old French deputy, according to airline operator West Atlantic, public broadcaster Swedish Radio reported.

The plane had sent emergency signals to Swedish authorities a couple of hours prior to the discovery, Dagens Nyheter reported. Norwegian and Swedish authorities each sent one ambulance helicopter to the site of the crash.

The plane, a medium size business jet, was on its way from Oslo's Gardemoen airport to the city of Tromso in northern Norway.

Swedish authorities will need to use helicopters and snow scooters to reach the wreckage due to the mountainous terrain, Dagens Nyheter reported.







http://www.thelocal.se/20160108/norwegian-...edish-mountains
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Nordic plane rescue team stop survivor search

The Local · 8 Jan 2016, 18:55

Emergency services have said it is unlikely they will find survivors or a crash in Swedish Lapland, which happened as two pilots were transporting mail in northern Norway.

The plane was on its way from Norwegian airport Gardermoen to Tromsų when it sent out a distress signal in Swedish airspace at 11.31pm on Thursday night.

West Atlantic -- the plane's operator -- did not immediately identify the crew but said that the captain was aged 42 and from Spain, and the first officer was aged 34 and from France. Between them they had logged more than 6,000 flight hours.

On Friday morning the CEO of the company told a press conference in Gothenburg he had "great sorrow" that the accident had taken place.

"What should not happen and may not happen has happened," Gustaf Thureborn said to reporters.

Police and mountain rescue teams arrived at the site at around 1pm on Friday, after being delayed by treacherous conditions.

However Swedish emergency services reported later on Friday afternoon that it was likely the pilots had died in the crash and said that staff were no longer looking for survivors.

The cause of the crash remains a mystery, officials said.

A Norwegian F16 plane first located the wreckage on the ground between the north-western edge of Swedish lake Akkajaure and the Norwegian border, in an area often known as the Swedish alps.

Thureborn told reporters he was woken up by a phone call two minutes after the airline was alerted about the crash and was at the office 15 minutes later.

The aircraft, a Bombardier CRJ-200, is registered in Sweden, but travels between Norwegian destinations. It was manufactured in 1993.

Thureborn told reporters that all of the company's planes of the same model had been grounded as a precaution.

"In light of the ongoing investigation we can't give you more information about what has happened, but we'll have to await its results. We're happy to offer more information as soon as we have it," he added.
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post Jan 10 2016, 01:22 PM
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QUOTE (skoda @ Jan 8 2016, 12:57 PM) *
This plane was lost today. SE-DUX
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/se-dux/#879c46c
Both pilots dead. Rest in peace!
First report said plane went straight down. Extremly fast.
Talks about 9000 feet a minute straight down.


Yes, it was a Swedish Aircraft used by Norwegian Company with two persons crew. Only one short Mayday was Heard. Black boxes are found.
Also traces of human remains were found today.
About 1000 liters of fuel was recovered from a 5 meter deep crater.
only small peaces of the Aircraft is left, spread around ca 30 m from crater.
The site can be reached only by helicopters. Very Cold between -25 -- 30 degrees C.
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post Feb 7 2016, 03:29 PM
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QUOTE (skoda @ Jan 8 2016, 07:57 AM) *
This plane was lost today. SE-DUX
http://www.flightradar24.com/data/airplanes/se-dux/#879c46c
Both pilots dead. Rest in peace!
First report said plane went straight down. Extremly fast.
Talks about 9000 feet a minute straight down.



A strange accident indeed, almost as though it was somehow commanded to fly that way? Computers can be spoofed, and modern airplanes are computer driven for the most part.

Probably most aircraft are communicating by way of satellites and computers. Could it be hacked? ph34r.gif
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QUOTE (amazed! @ Feb 5 2016, 06:29 PM) *
A strange accident indeed, almost as though it was somehow commanded to fly that way? Computers can be spoofed, and modern airplanes are computer driven for the most part.

Probably most aircraft are communicating by way of satellites and computers. Could it be hacked? ph34r.gif

Backdoors could be built in.

One reason to be wary of automatic drive cars.
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