Seaplane crashed in Australia never worn Indonesian police - Seaplane (hydroplane), which falls on the Swan River, City of Perth, Australia yesterday afternoon turned out to be formerly owned by an oil company in Jakarta. In addition, the aircraft also used the Indonesian police from 1963 to 1975.
Pilot Peter Anthony Lynch, bought the 70-year-old plane and divert it to his company Thrillionair Pty Ltd located in Evanshead Airfield, Queensland, as reported by Community News.
According to an author flights, Geoffrey Thomas, the accident is a classic problem, where the pilot turns sharply to the left at pace too slow causing the aircraft stalled.
"It appears that the aircraft engine stalled because no adequate air velocity in the wings so it does not support the burden of aircraft in the air. The plane made a turn too sharply at a slow pace," Thomas said, as quoted from page Perth Now, Friday (27/1) ,
However, Thomas said, do not know the cause why the pilot turned the plane that way.
"It could be the plane experienced engine trouble or failure. Or it could be the pilot felt too close to another plane, so he took the effort to avoid a potential collision," said Thomas.
As a result of the crash, two people were reported killed. They are pilot Peter Anthony Lynch, 52, and his girlfriend from Indonesia, Endah Cakrawati, 30 years old.
Source : merdeka.com