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Indonesian version of "Princess Juliana Intl Airport". You can see Mount Merapi on the background... :D Updated. PK-GZC crashed on 07 March 2007 at the same airport as pictured here. This picture was taken when the runway in use was 27. On that day runway in use was 09 ILS. Runway 27 was 200 meters from the left side of the photo. The aircraft final resting place was 300 meters on the right side of the picture. Overrun the runway by 500 meters, cross the road pictured here, and then hit the right embankment, before finally burst into flame due to snapped right wing. RIP PK-GZC. :(

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Posted by GerryAirways on March 06, 2007

RIP PK-GZC, w/o at this same location today 07Mar07.

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