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Panama City

, en route from Panama City, Panama (Panama City), to Medellín, Colombia (Medellín), hit Mt. Paramo de Frontino at 12,300 ft. while on approach to José María Córdova International Airport (SKRG). The aircraft descended into mountainous terrain before actually reaching the Abejorral non-directional beacon. The VHF Omni-directional radio Range Distance Measuring Equipment (VOR DME) had been sabotaged by terrorists and was not in service. All 132 passengers (including a group


Medellín

pilots. *On May 19, 1993, SAM Colombia Flight 505, en route from Panama City, Panama (Panama City), to Medellín, Colombia (Medellín), hit Mt. Paramo de Frontino at 12,300 ft. while on approach to José María Córdova International Airport (SKRG). The aircraft descended into mountainous terrain before actually reaching the Abejorral non-directional beacon. The VHF Omni-directional radio Range Distance Measuring Equipment (VOR DME) had been


Federal Aviation Administration

, section 1-1-9 AviationKB discussion from 2004 see quotation from AIM 1-1-9(f) within the thread More information on marker beacons: Operational Notes on Visual-Aural Radio Range & Associated Marker Beacons, content of which is taken from a 1953 publication. Reid-Hillview is a general aviation


Toronto

. This is the Flight Information Region where the PIREP was issued Aircraft observation was east (090 degrees magnetic) of the Marathon (Marathon, Ontario), Ontario VOR (VHF Omni-directional Radio Range) DME (Distance measuring equipment) at 2120 UTC. The aircraft was at 5,000 ft (1,524 m)and is a Beech 99 (Beechcraft). The clouds were broken at 2,000 ft (610 m) AMSL with tops at 4,000 ft (1,219 m) and an overcast layer at 11,000 ft (3,353 m) AMSL


Japan

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