Boeing 737 crashes in Iran as soon as it took off

Following Trump’s tweet that “everything is all right” and appeasing the passions in Iran, news emerged that Ukrainian Airlines’ Boeing 737 aircraft with 180 passengers on board crashed after departing from Tehran airport. He had to fly to Kiev. The Iranian press service, ISNA, says that there has been a technical problem, but given the events, can we easily think of this as a coincidence?

Evidence from the flight aerial map indicates that it is most likely a PS752 aircraft that took off at 5:15 local time. This is a variant of the 737 – 800 73H. The capacity of the aircraft is 165 passengers, with a crew of 180. All passengers were killed.

Following the news, China immediately announced that it was banning flights over Iran and Iraq.

All information about the disaster is from the Iranian state media, with no further information.

Malaysia Airlines and Singapore airlines also ban flights over Iraq and Iran.

Two tweets appeared two days ago. 290 was linked to the death toll of the 655 that was shot down in 1988. Then a combat American cruiser, Vincennes, accidentally brought down an Iranian passenger plane that crashed in the Gulf and killed all 290 passengers aboard.

As much as you don’t want to admit it, it reminds you of the flight over Malaysia Airlines 17 over Ukraine in 2014.

 Trader Milko Zashev

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