Ups Plane Crash

September 3, 2010 by staff 

Ups Plane Crash, Now UPS confirmed Friday that one of its cargo planes dropped in Dubai, killing all crew on board, local media reported.

“At approximately 12 pm EST, 6 UPS flight from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to Cologne, Germany, 747-400 (N571UP) with two crew on board crashed on takeoff. At this time, we have not confirmed any casualties” UPS said in a statement.

The sources said the Boeing 747 cargo plane dropped about 20 kilometers from Dubai International Airport, near a military camp in the United Arab Emirates, in an unpopulated area. According to the official news agency WAM, the entire crew on board the aircraft died in the accident.

According to aviation sources, the cargo plane reported a fire in the cckpit, as he was trying to land at Dubai International Airport and then went off the road.

“We will not speculate on the cause. Until then, we ask your patience in this difficult time,” said UPS.

In October 2009, a Boeing 707 cargo plane crashed in Sudan after taking off from Dubai, killing six crewmembers.

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