BOGOTÁ - Human error aboard the plane and elsewhere has led to crash late November of a Bolivian charter plane shortly before landing in the Colombian Medellin. This was confirmed in a Monday presented preliminary research. When the disaster, a large part of the selection of the Brazilian football team Chapeco Armenian to sustain life.
The head of the Colombian road safety in the air, Colonel Freddy Bonilla them that there is no technical fault cause has been, just human error, not just the pilot but the airline Lamia and aviation authorities in Bolivia, where left the unit.
Of the 77 passengers, only six people survived the crash.
The aircraft type Avro RJ85 crashed shortly before landing because the fuel ran out. The pilot had no time by which occurred technical problems by the lack of fuel that interfere requirements. should be refueled earlier. The aviation authorities in Santa Cruz de la Sierra where the plane took off, voted at the beginning of the journey with a flight which was totally unacceptable according to Bonilla.