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2009 Indonesian Air Force Fokker F27-400M crash

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2009 Indonesian Air Force Fokker F27-400M crash

In the 2009 West Java airliner crash, twenty-four people were killed when a Fokker 27, owned by Indonesian Air Force, crashed into an airport hangar in Husein Sastranegara International Airport, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. The accident occurred on April 6, 2009.

It was suspected that the aircraft may have suffered a windshear, since on that day, the weather was a bit rainy, but the cause is still under the investigation, led by National Transportation Safety Committee of Indonesia (KNKT).[1]


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