On Jun. 21, an Indonesian Air Force Fokker F-27, crashed into a residential area of Jakarta, Indonesia, while landing at the Halim Perdanakusuma airport at the end of a routine training flight, around 14.45 local time.
The turboprop plane (serialled A-2708, most probably belonging to either the Skadron Udara 2 or 17, both flying the type), with 7 crew members, was one of the six F27-400 planes (to be replaced by nine Casa C-295) in use with the Indonesian Air Force.
According to the first reports, it was circling over the airfield before it banked and hit eight houses (three of the casualties were people on the ground).
On May 8, another major crash occurred in Indonesia, when a Russian Sukhoi SuperJet-100 flew into a mountain during a demo tour in Asia for reasons that have yet to be determined.
The aircraft is from Skadron Udara 2, and as shown in national tv footage, it appears that the pilot made an attempt to emergency land in the field adjacent to Rajawali housing complex, but in the end it hit the house and then made a chain events that burned the other houses next to the first one