The tragic Turkish Airlines Plane Crash that took place recently has shocked the entire world. Below are more details on the incident or crash.
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Turkish Airlines plane leaving Israel was diverted by passengers before it even touched the ground.
What’s it all about?
BBC reports that the Turkish AnadoluJet pilot decided to destroy the plane after panic broke out aboard. The Boeing 737 plane was carrying 160 passengers and was due to fly from Israel State into Turkey.
Passengers began to request images from the pilot when the plane was in take-off position. After being notified by the crew, the pilot made the decision to turn around and return the aircraft to Ben Gurion International Airport’s terminal. The next sections will contain more frightening details!
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According to a Hebrew news site Ynet, the photos were only transferred to iPhones using Apple’s AirDrop feature. This allows iPhone users to share files with other iPhone owners who are within close proximity.
According to Israeli newspaper Kan News, in 2009, a Turkish Airlines plane crashed in the Netherlands and in 2013 a second plane crashed into the US. Nine people died in the tragedy of 2009, while three people were killed in the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 accident in San Francisco in 2013.
What do the authorities say?
Kan learned that several Turkish Airlines Plane Crashes passengers were aboard the flight when it was cancelled. Kan said that most passengers received a request on AirDrop for a photo confirmation. Some passengers allowed it, while others did not.
“The aircraft stopped and the flight crew inquired about who took the photos.” Another passenger told Israel Hayom that when the aircraft started to move, panic set in. One person fell asleep and the other had a panic attack after seeing the photos on their phones.
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After the Turkish Airlines Plane Crash occurred, all passengers and staff were taken off the aircraft and their baggage checked again. Kan News was informed by Ofer Lefler (a spokesperson for Israel Airports Authority) that there was no cyberattack and that images were taken onboard by a passenger.
BBC reports that many young Israelis were identified as suspects and are being investigated. The plane took off five hours later than it had been scheduled. Do you know anyone who was in the Turkish Airlines Plane Crash? Please share your story with us if you were a passenger in the Turkish Airlines Plane Crash!