Musos unearthed at jazz festival in Lufthansa city of Hamburg, Germany, that are likely to come from the last mass-produced plane

Musos unearthed at jazz festival in Lufthansa city of Hamburg, Germany, that are likely to come from the last mass-produced plane

A German aviation official said that the aircraft found on Saturday would provide a further indication of the condition of Germany’s aircraft infrastructure.

The official told German news site Deutsche Welle that a total of 24 aircraft that have come in contact with a black market are under investigation over suspected parts shortages.

The source, identified as a German aviation official only as ‘SS’, said: “This aircraft was found at the end of the last tour of the first batch and is kn바카라own as the last aircraft. The manufacturer was recently forced to bring new production equipment in.

“According to previous experience, many aircraft found that there were parts that had long since been discarded by an aircraft manufacturer.

“This aircraft can’t be directly linked to terrorism – there was no sign of sabotage, but we do have reason to believe that there have been some serious problems w더킹카지노ith parts. This aircraft will shed light on possible problems that may have been caused.”

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Airbus lost control of flight TG049 on May 19, 2015 after losing its control in mountainous airspace

An Airbus A320-200 was being refueled at Germany’s Schiphol Airport when it fell from a height of up to 8,000ft (2,800m), a German media report said.

Two pilots ejected, one of them seriously injured, the report said, adding: ‘It is believed that two more people were also ejected from the aircraft. There were also two people who were seriously injured on board the aircraft.’

All the passengers including co-pilot Frank-Grenadine S더킹카지노chubert were rescued by the emergency services at the time of the incident.