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Published on 30th June 2009 by SilverWingPix, 2898 views
On June 30th Yemenia Airways Airbus A310, registration 70-ADJ, crashed into the sea while on approach to Moroni-Prince Said Ibrahim In Airport (HAH/FMCH), in the Comores. The Airbus A310 was operating flight IY626 fram Sanaa and had 142 passengers and 11 crew on board.
A small boy at five years of age is believed to be the only survivor of the crash.
(2. 7. 2009, 10:59 CET)
may the souls rest in peace
(2. 7. 2009, 11:01 CET)
1st June A330 plunged into Atlantic ocean, and 30th June, A310 plunged into Indian ocean, within 1 month, 2 Airbus made involved :(
(6. 7. 2009, 16:18 CET)
Also there was two other A330-3's that had problems but with no deathes. You need to feel sorry for that little boy because he will go on in life without his mother. May they be in god's hands.
(6. 7. 2009, 18:20 CET)
god be with them