88 people died when One-Two-Go's OG269 flight from Bangkok to Thailand crash landed, split into two and exploded into flames in Phuket, Thailand.
Most of those who survived were either in front or at the back of the aircraft.
One-Two-Go is one of Thailand's first budget airlines which services domestic routes. It is a subsidiary ofThai Airways, launched in 2003.
Amongst the injured are travelers from Australia, the UK, France, Iran, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden. To date, 5 Americans were confirmed dead.
One-Two-Go takes full responsibility. For those who are affected by this tragic accident, check out this page for the details on how to get in touch with the airline.
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