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No memorial service for victims of One-Two-Go flight crash in Phuket

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No memorial service for victims of One-Two-Go flight crash in Phuket

By The Phuket News

 

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Rescue workers stand next to the wreckage of Thai budget carrier One-Two-Go plane in September 2007. Photo: AFP

 

PHUKET: As has become tradition for officials and staff at Phuket International Airport, there will be no official memorial service in Phuket today to remember the 90 people who died in the crash of One-Two-Go flight on this day 13 years ago.

 

Phuket’s deadliest air disaster since the opening of Phuket International Airport happened on September 16, 2007, when a One-Two-Go aircraft crashed during an attempted go-around after an aborted landing.

 

A McDonnell Douglas MD-82 with 123 passengers and seven crew members on board was performing a scheduled Bankok-Phuket flight (OG269). The plane was scheduled to land at around 3.40pm but shortly before that ground control denied landing and instructed the crew to execute a go-around.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/no-memorial-service-for-victims-of-one-two-go-flight-crash-in-phuket-77335.php

 

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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2020-09-16
 
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