Padang, West Sumatra (ANTARA News) - After the crash of the Christien Eagle wing no N 21 H of a member of the Minang Aerosport Show(MAS) from Malaysia, the Indonesian Air Force stopped all air acrobatic aircraft.
"For the time being the activities of all acrobatic planes had been suspended," chief of Tabing airbase, Padang, Lt Col Awang Kurniawan said here on Friday.
He said that as of today (Friday) there will be no air acrobatic shows over Tabing airport.
He said the Indonesian Air Force is constantly coordinating with the Malaysian representatives in Medan for the repatriation of the body of the crashed plane.
He said the remains of the ill-fated pilot was still in the morgue of M.Jamil hospital in Padang.
The plane went down on June 24 at 5.15 pm local time near a house in Angkasa Puri residential complex, and there was no fatalities on the part of the local people. (*)