Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Debris found of Airfrance Flight 447 A300 over atlantic near brazil coastline

Sad end to this terrible tragedy:
Brazil's Air Force said it has found airplane seats and other debris floating in the Atlantic Ocean along the path that a missing Air France jet was flying.

Air Force spokesman Jorge Amaral said the seats were spotted by search planes early Tuesday morning but that authorities could not immediately confirm that they were from the plane.

Also spotted were small white pieces of debris, material that may be metallic and signs of oil and kerosene, which is used as jet fuel.

The debris was found about 390 miles northeast of the Brazilian archipelago of Fernando de Noronha.

The plane disappeared with 228 people aboard.
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Anonymous said...

Those poor people :(

Anonymous said...

Rest In Peace

I occasionally use that same route and am not looking forward to next time. But we all know that we still have more chance of perishing on the school run than on a commercial jet.

Hope they find that blackbox!

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