Experts investigating the recent crash of a military aircraft Myanmar, came to the conclusion that the pilot lost control of the aircraft when the aircraft entered the dense storm cloud, reports the BBC.
According to experts, the plane’s wings were quickly covered with ice, and the headwind caused the engine failure.
We will remind, on Wednesday, June 7, a military transport aircraft of Myanmar flying over Andamandskogo by sea from Myeik city, located in the Tanintharyi region in the South of the country, in Yangon, disappeared from the radar.
On Board were 122 people, including 15 children. Among others, the plane was flying at 35 soldiers and 14 crew members. The other passengers were members of families of soldiers and officers.