Cuba aircraft accident: Former Pilot opens many important secrets

Cuba aircraft accident: Former Pilot opens many important secrets



Mexico City: A plane carrying 107 people in Cuba had crashed on Friday shortly after flying from Havana Airport. A Mexican pilot who flew this aircraft said on Saturday that he had complained earlier about the alleged poor performance of the aircraft owner. In the accident, 107 people were killed and three people were rescued, whose condition is fragile. Marco Aurelio Hernandez told the Mexican newspaper Millenio that the company leasing the plane used to take care of under the supervision of the Global Airplane and was banned from flying in Chile. It flew without a radar in Venezuela at night.

 He said that during 2005 and 2013, he flew all three Boeing planes of the Global Air, one of which 39 years old aircraft crashed on Friday after flying from Havana airport.

Significantly, the Boeing 737 aircraft crashed shortly after departing from Havana's main airport on Friday morning, more than 100 people were killed in this accident. In the incident, three people have been evacuated from the debris, who are seriously injured and are undergoing treatment in the hospital.

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