Dutch passengers plan to sue over Turkey plane crash
Dutch passengers of the Turkish Airlines plane that fell in Amsterdam are preparing to sue, but it is now not clear who is defendant party, Turkey or Holland.
Accident`s Dutch victims are preparing to claim compensation while the official explanation for the cause of decline is expected to be done this week, according to Turkish media reports.
Passengers, Netherlands nationals, who survived the accident, set up an internet site by coming together, and gave mandate to lawyer Lachman Soedamah.
Lawyer Sudamah, said because the cause of the accident was not determined yet, it is not clear that compensation cases will be open against the Netherlands or Turkey, reported World bulletin.
Meanwhile, Dutch daily newspaper De Telegraaf reported "the Turkish Airlines flight that crash-landed in Amsterdam last week, was losing altitude too fast as it neared the airport."
Dutch newspaper report, based on radar data from the control tower, said "the plane should have descended between 213 to 244 meters per minute, but went down much faster, at 410 meters per minute."
The investigation continues to find out why the plane's fast descent.