Trigana is Indonesia’s third-deadliest crash in last eight months
The ATR 42-300 lost contact with air control authorities roughly half an hour after take-off
On Sunday, a passenger flight operated by Indonesia’s Trigana Air Service crashed in a mountainous region of Indonesia in the country’s Papua province. A total of 54 people, including five crew members were on board the Trigana Air Service flight TGN 267, as it took off at 2:22 pm local time from Sentani in Jayapura province.
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