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9th May 2012, 16:04
Notizia di queste ore, sarebbe "<scomparso dai radar di Jakarta un Superjet con a bordo anche 2 italiani>".......
Apparte eventuali "nomenclature giornalistiche".....
Qualcuno sa qualcosa?
Ho un pó di amici in Alenia, che non mi rispondono, sono un pó preoccupato......
9th May 2012, 16:23
(AGI) - Giacarta, 9 mag. - Un aereo russo 'Sukhoi Superjet 100', in volo dimostrativo con 46 persone a bordo - tra cui due italiani - e' sparito dai cieli dell'Indonesia, a sud della capitale Giacarta. Lo riporta Interfax, citando una lista di passeggeri postata su Twitter dal blogger Sergei Dolya, che si trova a Giacarta: "Secondo gli ultimi dati, a bordo vi erano 50 persone: otto russi, due italiani, un francese e un americano; il resto erano indonesiani".
IL SUKHOI SUPERJET 100, BATTEZZATO DA PUTIN E BERLUSCONI
L'agenzia Ria Novosti conferma che secondo il rappresentante dell'unita' di crisi all'aeroporto di Jakarta sull'aereo c'erano 50 passeggeri: 8 russi, 2 italiani, un francese e un americano e 38 indonesiani.
* L'aereo e' sparito dai radar all'incirca nell'area di Bogor. "Lo stiamo ancora cercando e non siamo certi che si sia schiantato", ha detto Gagah Prakoso, portavoce dell'agenzia nazionale specializzata nelle operazioni di salvataggio. "Sono poche" le chance di ritrovare intatto il veivolo Sukhoi Superjet 100 - frutto di joint-venture tra la russa Sukhoi e l'italiana Alenia - scomparso oggi dai radar nei cieli indonesiani. A dirlo una fonte dell'agenzia Interfax secondo la quale "ancora non e' chiaro cosa sia successo". A quanto appreso da Agi, il veivolo era un prototipo dimostrativo che stava effettuando un volo di promozione per i paesi asiatici.
IMPEGNATI 200 SOCCORRITORI*
Circa 200 membri tra militari, polizia e soccorritori, sono impegnati nelle ricerche. Dopo il calar del sole, gli elicotteri hanno smesso di cercare e i soccorritori stanno utilizzando le auto, ha reso noto Gagah Prakoso, portavoce dell'agenzia nazionale specializzata nelle operazioni di salvataggio secondo quanto riporta Afp. Jakarta aveva firmato lo scorso agosto un ordine di acquisto per 12 veivoli al prezzo di 380 milioni di dollari. In Indonesia il prototipo del SSJ-100 doveva effettuare due voli dimostrativi prima di dirigersi in Laos e Vietnam, per finire il tour asiatico organizzato dalla compagnia russa. Le sue tracce si sono perse dopo il decollo del secondo volo nel pomeriggio sopra la citta' di Bogor, nella zona occidentale dell'isola di Giava. La rotta del volo prevedeva il passaggio vicino a una montagna.
9th May 2012, 16:32
A Rssian Sukhoi Superjet-100 aircraft disappeared from the radars in Indonesia today. Russian traveller blogger Sergei Dolya named the pilots who were flying the plane: Alexandr Yablontsev and co-pilot Alexandr Kochetkov. Ria Novosti named another 6 Russians onboard: navigator Oleg Shvetsov, flight engineer Akexie Kirkin, chief engineer for fly-outs Denis Rakhimov, deputy chief for fly-outs Nikolai Martyshenko, Sukhoi company sales director Evgeny Grebenschikov and contract manager Kristina Kurzhukoba. All in all there are 44 people on the jet, 8 Russians and 36 foreign nationals.
The main theory right now for Indonesian authorities is a highjacking.
The plane disappeared from radars early on May 9. "They asked permission to descend from 10,000 feet to 6,000, started a u-turn and disappeared," Sergei Dolya reports in his twitter from Jakarta. He said there's a montain in the area 6,200 feet high, and that local authorities working on the highjacking theory.
The blogger thinks the jet should have run out of fuel by now. "Emergency radar that would have switched on in case of a crash, hasn't turned on yet, so there is still hope."
The Superjet 100, built by the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft corporation, was conducting international demonstration flights in Asia and didn't return to the airport as scheduled.
9th May 2012, 16:35
io ho letto la thread sulla sezione international, e sembrerebbe che pochi minuti prima di sparire avessero chiesto una discesa a 6000ft in un area che guardando google maps ha picchi di oltre 6200ft.
Mi sembra poco plausibile l'highjack, punterei, con tristezza, ad un CFIT.
9th May 2012, 16:43
Anche a me l'highjack sembra un pó fuori luogo......
9th May 2012, 17:54
So che i prototipi fra l altro non montano l enhanced Gpws,
9th May 2012, 19:43
A Sukhoi Superjet 100-95, registration RA-97004 performing a demonstration flight from Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma Airport to Jakarta Halim Perdanakusuma Airport (Indonesia) with 36 passengers, 6 crew and 2 Sukhoi officials, was enroute near Mount Salak and Bogor about 36nm south of Jakarta about 30 minutes into the flight when the radio contact with the aircraft was lost. The aircraft has not turned up at Jakarta or any other airport in the area and would have run out of fuel by now.
No ELT signal has been located so far
Indonesian Authorities reported the aircraft was enroute at 10,000 feet near Mount Salak when at about 15:30L (08:30Z) the crew requested and was cleared to descend to 6,000 feet. This proved to be the last radio transmission. Radar contact was lost when the aircraft was in a right hand turn descending through 6,200 feet between Mount Salak and Mount Gede at approximate position S6.72 E106.72. The aircraft was flying clockwise around Mount Salak at that time. A search operation has been initiated and is mounting, first search flights have not yet found any trace of the aircraft other than some inofficial blogger sources on the Internet claim. The search flights are currently suspended due to nightfall in Indonesia. Search on the ground is under way, a first team has departed for Mount Salak in the evening, a second ground team is expected to depart on May 10th early morning, more than 250 ground personnel will have been deployed at sunrise May 10th.
Mount Salak is 2,211 meters/7254 feet high, nearby Mount Gede is 2,958 meters/9,705 feet high.
At 15:30L the local weatherstation in Bogor reported visibility at 9000 meters (increasing to 10000 meters in the next reading), temperature at 31 degrees C, dew point at 25 degrees C, humidity 70% and winds arund 5 knots from northeast, no precipitation. In the morning the weatherstation had reported low visibility around about 2000 meters.
10th May 2012, 08:43
Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) -- The wreckage of a Russian passenger airliner that went missing during a demonstration flight over Indonesia has been located in a mountainous area, a local official said Thursday.
Teams searching for the plane spotted debris from the Sukhoi Superjet 100 at a height of about 5,800 feet (1,800 meters) on the side of Mount Salak, a volcano south of Jakarta, said Daryatmo, head of the National Search and Rescue Agency.
Daryatmo, who like many Indonesians only uses one name, said the Sukhoi logo had been identified amid the wreckage.
No information was immediately available about the passengers who were on board the plane, which disappeared off radar screens on Wednesday.
Rescue workers on the ground have not yet been able to reach the wreckage, but the Search and Rescue Agency is dispatching a helicopter to the site, Daryatmo said.
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia said in a brief televised address that the Russian plane appeared to have crashed into Mount Salak.
An image released by the Indonesian military showed bits of debris strewn across a patch of steep mountainside stripped bare of the thick vegetation covering the surrounding area.
The cause of the crash remained unclear.
There were conflicting reports about the number of people on the Sukhoi jet, Russia's newest civilian airliner, when it went down. The confusion seemed to stem from uncertainty about whether everybody on the passenger list actually boarded the plane.
Map: Russian jet crash
The latest estimate of the number of people on board is 45, according to Sunaryo, an official with Sukhoi's Indonesian agent, Trimarga Rekatama.
That figure includes the eight Russian crew members as well as a number of journalists and aviation industry officials.
Contact lost with plane minutes into flight
The plane was on its second demonstration flight Wednesday when it lost contact with air controllers at Jakarta's Halim Perdanakusuma Airport.
"The first demonstration flight in the morning went smoothly," said Sunaryo, who also uses only one name. "There were no problems."
On the second flight, the plane began making its descent but vanished from radar screens at 6,200 feet in a mountainous area.
The plane lost contact with air traffic controllers at 2:12 p.m., 21 minutes after taking off, said Marsda Daryatmo, head of the search and rescue agency. Two helicopters were immediately sent out to search for the plane but had to return to their bases due to strong winds and unpredictable weather.
The Sukhoi jet arrived in Jakarta as part of a demonstration tour of six Asian countries. It had been to Myanmar, Pakistan and Kazakhstan, and was due to visit Laos and Vietnam after Indonesia, said the Russian news agency RIA Novosti.
Sukhoi manufactures military aircraft and is known especially for its fighter jets. Its civilian aircraft is narrow-bodied with a dual-class cabin that can transport 100 passengers over regional routes. It flew its maiden flight in 2008.
In March, a Superjet 100 operated by Russia's Aeroflot Airlines was forced to abandon its flight to Astrakhan, Russia, and return to Moscow because of problems with the undercarriage, according to RIA Novosti.
A similar defect in another Aeroflot-operated Superjet 100 plane had to be fixed in Minsk in December.
Russia's state-run United Aircraft Corp. said the defect did not affect passenger safety.
10th May 2012, 08:58
Leggendo le prime notizie su avherald si configura uno scenario di controlled flight into terrain.