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May 13th, 2011 Posted by | Uncategorized | 25 comments

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  1. Airport south of Tripolis
    32°39’40.25″N
    13° 7’18.70″E

    Comment by mccrumplair | May 13, 2011

  2. Looks like a plane impact.

    Comment by mccrumplair | May 13, 2011

  3. „A 10-year-old Dutch boy has survived a plane crash in Libya which killed all the other 103 people on board.“

    Comment by mccrumplair | May 13, 2011

  4. The crash site of Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771, near Runway 09 of Tripoli Airport

    Comment by hhgygy | May 13, 2011

  5. It’s the crash site of Flight 8U771, of Afriqiyah Airways, near Tripoli Airport, Libya.

    Comment by Lelie | May 13, 2011

  6. Tripoli International Airport – crash site of Afriqiyah Airways A330 Flight 771.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afriqiyah_Airways_Flight_771

    Comment by Bill Close | May 13, 2011

  7. Site of crashed Afriqiyah Airways Airbus A330 on the 13th May 2010 at Tripoli airport, Libya

    Comment by Pascal Gilbraith | May 13, 2011

  8. Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 plane crash…
    an easy one for a change!

    Comment by José Miguel Díaz | May 13, 2011

  9. Just west of Tripoli (Libya) International Airport runway 9R/27L. It was an Airbus 330 belonging to Afriqiyah airlines which had taken off from Johannesburg, and it crashed the day this image was taken, May 12, 2010, killing all 105 passengers aboard.

    Comment by Paul Franson | May 14, 2011

  10. Crash site of Afriqiyah Airways flight 8U771, Tripoli, Libya

    32°39’40.53″N 13° 7’11.54″E

    Comment by steve willis | May 14, 2011

  11. Crash of Flight 771 – Afriqya Airways Qaser Ben Ghashir, Libya

    Comment by Sasha Smith | May 14, 2011

  12. Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771, Tripoli, Lybia. Almost exactly one year ago.

    Man, these are getting hard, just random trials lead me to this.

    Comment by Alonso Alfaro | May 14, 2011

  13. Crash site of Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771, Tripoli International Airport, Libya.

    32 39′ 41″ N, 13 7′ 9″ E

    Comment by Sarah G | May 14, 2011

  14. Qaser Ben Ghashir, Tripoli, Libië

    Comment by Willem | May 14, 2011

  15. The site of the Afriqiyah Airbus A330 that crashed just short of runway 09 at Tripoli, Libya.

    Coordinates: 32°39?41?N 13°7?9?E

    Comment by ACG | May 14, 2011

  16. Wreckage of Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 west of Tripoli International Airport, Lybia.

    Comment by zumsen | May 14, 2011

  17. Crash of flight 771. Qaser Ben Ghashir airport, Near Tripoli, Libya

    Comment by Neil | May 15, 2011

  18. Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 crash site, Tripoli International Airport, Libya. Only survivor of crash was a 9 year old Dutch boy.

    Comment by blacbronco | May 15, 2011

  19. This is the wreckage of Afriqiyah Airways flight 8U771 near Tripoli International Airport.

    Comment by alyca | May 15, 2011

  20. Crash site of Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 – Tripoli International Airport, Tripoli, Libya.

    Comment by ej | May 16, 2011

  21. Tripoli Airport (Libia)

    Comment by Elrober | May 17, 2011

  22. Crash site of Afriqiyah Airways Flight 771 at Tripoli International Airport

    Comment by Ivar Bonsaksen | May 18, 2011

  23. Tripoli, Libya (TIP): May 12 2010; Afriqiyah Airways; A330-200; Flight 771

    Comment by steven simmons | May 18, 2011

  24. Tripoli Airport, Libya

    Comment by Adam Macer | May 19, 2011

  25. Debris path of flight 771, West of of runway 09 Tripoli International Airport. I would have found this sooner, but I eliminated Umm Aitiquah airport, closer to downtown Tripoli as
    the answer and found every Wikipedia air crash with one survivor before doubling back.

    Comment by Dennis S. | May 19, 2011

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