Airlines PNG Flight 4684 (CG4682/TOK4684) was a scheduled domestic passenger flight, operated by Papua New Guinean airliner Airlines PNG, flying from Jacksons International Airport in Papua New Guinea’s capital Port Moresby to Kokoda Airport in Oro Province, Papua New Guinea. On 11 August 2009, the aircraft operating the flight, a de Havilland Canada Twin Otter, crashed and exploded into a forest in Kokoda Valley, a popular trekking site in Papua New Guinea while carrying 13 people in bad weather. A search and rescue operation was conducted by authorities and found the wreckage of the crashed plane on the next day, 12 August 2009. The aircraft was pulverized, and searchers didn’t find any signs of life. Papua New Guinean Search and Rescue Agency then announced that everyone on board were k

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  • Il Volo Airlines PNG 4684 era un volo passeggeri che l'11 agosto 2009 è precipitato nei pressi dell'Aeroporto di Kokoda Port Moresby, Papua Nuova Guinea, uccidendo tutti gli undici passeggeri e i due membri dell'equipaggio.L'aereo della Airlines PNG, un de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, stava volando in presenza di cattive condizioni meteorologiche ed ha impattato contro un'altura a circa 11 km dall'aeroporto di destinazione. Il relitto fu ritrovato la mattina seguente sui Monti Owen Stanley a circa 1670 m di altitudine. (it)
  • Airlines PNG Flight 4684 (CG4682/TOK4684) was a scheduled domestic passenger flight, operated by Papua New Guinean airliner Airlines PNG, flying from Jacksons International Airport in Papua New Guinea’s capital Port Moresby to Kokoda Airport in Oro Province, Papua New Guinea. On 11 August 2009, the aircraft operating the flight, a de Havilland Canada Twin Otter, crashed and exploded into a forest in Kokoda Valley, a popular trekking site in Papua New Guinea while carrying 13 people in bad weather. A search and rescue operation was conducted by authorities and found the wreckage of the crashed plane on the next day, 12 August 2009. The aircraft was pulverized, and searchers didn’t find any signs of life. Papua New Guinean Search and Rescue Agency then announced that everyone on board were killed instantly in the crash. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau were involved in the investigation to the cause of the crash and released its final report, concluding that the plane was crashed due to pilot error. The plane deviated from its original flight path and the visual reference in Kokoda Gap was obscured by clouds, causing the pilots to not aware of their proximity with the ground. The ATSB classified the accident as controlled flight into terrain. (en)
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  • Il Volo Airlines PNG 4684 era un volo passeggeri che l'11 agosto 2009 è precipitato nei pressi dell'Aeroporto di Kokoda Port Moresby, Papua Nuova Guinea, uccidendo tutti gli undici passeggeri e i due membri dell'equipaggio.L'aereo della Airlines PNG, un de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, stava volando in presenza di cattive condizioni meteorologiche ed ha impattato contro un'altura a circa 11 km dall'aeroporto di destinazione. Il relitto fu ritrovato la mattina seguente sui Monti Owen Stanley a circa 1670 m di altitudine. (it)
  • Airlines PNG Flight 4684 (CG4682/TOK4684) was a scheduled domestic passenger flight, operated by Papua New Guinean airliner Airlines PNG, flying from Jacksons International Airport in Papua New Guinea’s capital Port Moresby to Kokoda Airport in Oro Province, Papua New Guinea. On 11 August 2009, the aircraft operating the flight, a de Havilland Canada Twin Otter, crashed and exploded into a forest in Kokoda Valley, a popular trekking site in Papua New Guinea while carrying 13 people in bad weather. A search and rescue operation was conducted by authorities and found the wreckage of the crashed plane on the next day, 12 August 2009. The aircraft was pulverized, and searchers didn’t find any signs of life. Papua New Guinean Search and Rescue Agency then announced that everyone on board were k (en)
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