Boeing 727 Cargo crashed in Colombia

Yesterday, Tuesday, 20 December 2016, was a sad one in aviation. A cargo aircraft of the type Boeing 727 it collapsed shortly after takeoff.

Boeing 727-2J0F Aerosucre Colombia

A video shows us how the aircraft failed to take off from the runway of Puerto Carreño Airport, Colombia, over the fence surrounding the airport. Colombian authorities confirmed the plane crashed at 10 miles from the airport.

The Aerocivil communiqué reports the death of 5 crew members, and an 6 person is being treated at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Puerto Carreño, Vichada.

The 5 deceased: commander, Jaime Cantillo; copilot, Mauricio guzman; flight engineer, Pedro Duarte; dispatcher Felipe Vargas; the forklift operator, Nelson David Rojas.

The plane crashed was one Boeing 727-2J0F (registration code HK-4544) and operate under the colors of the air carrier Aerosucre Colombia. It was powered by 3 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-15 (HK3) engines. He was 41 years old, the first flight was registered on August 22, 1975.

Condolences to the grieving!

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