Authorities in Indonesia are continuing to search for a Nusantara Buana Air C-212 commercial aircraft that is believed to have crashed this morning (Sept. 29). The Spanish-designed aircraft, local registration PK-TLF, reportedly had 14 passengers and four crew on board. It departed Medan city at 07:18 local time and was due to arrive at Kutacane at 08:00, another city on eastern Indonesia’s Sumatra island. But at 07:35 the aircraft lost contact and disappeared, say local reports quoting ...
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