Asian Spirit Flight 100

Asian Spirit Flight 100

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Asian Spirit Flight 100

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Asian Spirit Flight 100 was a Let L-410 Turbolet that crashed onto a mountainside between the municipalities of Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya and Cabarroguis, Quirino in the Philippines. The aircraft was en route to Cauayan City in Isabela from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. All fifteen passengers, including two foreigners, Koji Takuma from Japan and Robert Sinnott from the United Kingdom,, Asian Economic News, December 13, 1999 and two crew aboard the flight died in the incident.

The aircraft departed the Manila Domestic Terminal of Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 8:34 am PST, with the pilot, Rolando Salandanan, last making contact with air traffic control at 9:19 am PST as he was approaching Cauayan Airport, with no indication of a problem aboard the aircraft. Flight 100 was scheduled to land at Cauayan at 9:37 am PST., BBC News, December 8, 1999 The wreckage of Flight 100 would be found the next day, on December 8, 1999.

Impact and aftermath

The crash of Asian Spirit Flight 100 would have an impact on air services to Cauayan City. Since the crash, Asian Spirit has stopped serving the route, leaving Cauayan with no flights to Manila after Philippine Airlines discontinued service in 1994. Until August 15, 2008, when Philippine Airlines subsidiary PAL Express restarted service to the city, no major Philippine...
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