Home News The plane that crashed in Milan was a Pilatus PC-12. He had left Linate in the direction of Olbia

The plane that crashed in Milan was a Pilatus PC-12. He had left Linate in the direction of Olbia

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He flew almost following the vertices of a triangle, to get up from Linate airport without hindering the traffic of airliners. Then it headed north, towards the center of Milan. And, reaching a height of almost 1,500 meters, it crashed, as if the engine had suddenly stopped working. He was moving at just under 400 kilometers per hour.

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