Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Yemenia Airbus A310 crashes with 154 passengers into the Indian Ocean

An Airbus A310 belonging to Yemenia, the state airline of the Arabian peninsula nation of Yemen, crashed early Tuesday morning off the coast of Comoros, an archipelago nation jetting into the stretch of sea between Mozambique and Madagascar. All 150 passengers and crew aboard the plane are believed to be dead, Reuters According.

The flight, IY627, which had taken off from Paris Monday morning, making an intermediate stop in Sana’a, Yemen’s capital, before setting out for Moroni, the capital of Comoros. It is believed that the plane went down during its final descent. The control tower, it is reported, had received notification of the plane’s approach, but lost contact shortly thereafter.

Yemenia regrets to announce the missing of its flight No. IY626 from Sana’a to Moroni with 142 passengers and 11 crew onboard for more information contact the call center at 00967 1250800 or the emergency No 00967 1 250833 or call center 00967 1 250800

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