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  • More Armavia planes burn down !

    TWO ARMENIAN PLANES A-320 BURNT TO THE GROUND

    [04:52 pm] 05 May, 2006

    A fire destroyed a hanger at Zaventem Airport on Thursday night, leading to massive flight delays at the Brussels international airport on Friday.

    The fire broke out at about midnight on Thursday in hangar 40, a shedowned by Sabena Technics where airplanes undergo maintenance works. Phase three of the regional disaster plan was put into action and airport fire fighters were given assistance by the Zaventem, Brussels, Vilvoorde and Leuven fire brigades. The A201 access road to the airport was temporarily sealed off.

    Four people were injured. A worker with Sabena Technics suffered serious burns injuries and was rushed to the military hospital of Neder-over-Heembeek. Three firefighters suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene. The fire brigade eventually brought the blaze under control, but could not prevent the roof of the hanger caving in. Firefighters are now letting the debris burn itself out under control.

    Four planes that were in the hanger have been damaged. Two of them, an aircraft from the Armenian airline Armavia and a C-130 transport plane, were destroyed.

    Despite the fact the hangar is situated a good distance away from the passenger terminal and runways, delays were being reported to flights on Friday nonetheless.

    All flights were initially cancelled due to initial fears that the smoke from the fire contained toxic chemicals. But it was confirmed shortly before 8am that the smoke was not dangerous and flights resumed. Media reports at about 10am on Friday said planes were now departing as per schedule.

    By the way, the company «International Armenian Airlines» informed that according to their information, their plane A-320 has burnt completely too, although the Belgian side does not inform about it.

    As for «Armavia», the plane of which according to information from Belgium has totally burnt, does not have information about the situation in Belgium. Head of the press service of the company Jasmen Vilyan claimed that the schedule has remained the same.

    http://www.a1plus.am/en/?page=issue&iid=38598
    The Crash and now this ? .... Am I the only one who's thinking about sabotage here ? If ear that if it's the case war is going to be inevitable. Feedback would greatly be appreciated.
    Vorovhetev konn e arkayutyune yev zorutyune yev parke, havityans havitenits.

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    Re: More Armavia planes burn down !

    War? What are you talking about war? Who are you going to declare war on

    Personally, I'm interested to see if the maintenance logs and records of Armavia A320 EK32009 (the one that crashed) survived this fire or whether they are now lost forever.
    “There are truths on this side of the Pyrenees, which are falsehoods on the other.”
    Blaise Pascal

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    • #3
      Re: More Armavia planes burn down !

      3 planes burning down within a wee k and you dont see a corollation ?
      Vorovhetev konn e arkayutyune yev zorutyune yev parke, havityans havitenits.

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      • #4
        Re: More Armavia planes burn down !

        Well obviously it is incredibly out of the ordinary, but I do not have enough proof to completely believe anything. All we have are rumours! I have heard a rumour that maintenance crews were cleaning the planes and the fire started INSIDE one of the aircraft. There was also a fire at Sabena Technics a few years ago. But Sabena is also reported to be highly respected in the industry.

        Some pictures:

        http://coppermine.luchtzak.be/displa....php?pos=-8281

        Click to make them larger. It's so said seeing such pictures of Armavia aircraft recently.

        And another rumour:

        http://www.luchtzak.be/postp143691.html#143691

        Do you have any confirmation that it is indeed 3 planes in 1 week. Everything I have says it's 2. 1 A320 crashed into the black sea and a second was destroyed in the fire at this hangar. The reports of a third A320 belonging to Armenian International are not confirmed yet.

        But again, I ask, what "war"?
        “There are truths on this side of the Pyrenees, which are falsehoods on the other.”
        Blaise Pascal

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        • #5
          Re: More Armavia planes burn down !

          im just looking at the worse case scenario here if its an azeri sabotage war would be inevitable..
          Vorovhetev konn e arkayutyune yev zorutyune yev parke, havityans havitenits.

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          • #6
            Re: More Armavia planes burn down !

            ACTUALLY, it is natural for the media to concentrate on a lesser similiar stories after a big story like this. This is typically what happens when there is a plane crash or a school shooting.

            I'm not yet convinced that it's sabotage.
            "Many diasporans are the descendants of genocide survivors. They are not just going to forget what the Ottoman Turks did to them or their ancestors in 1915. For the Turkish government the diasporans are merely the "ones that got away."" -- Tom Servo

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            • #7
              Re: More Armavia planes burn down !

              I'm convinced it is, and I blame Londoner. HE masterminded the whole thing. HE gave the command. THIS is the first steps to Kurdish takeover of the middle east. THIS is only THE beginning.

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