Reconstructie van het MH17-toestel

De Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (OVV) heeft een reconstructie aan de hand van teruggevonden wrakstukken van vlucht MH17 gemaakt.

Rondom een metalen frame, dat het voorste deel van de Boeing 777-200 moet voorstellen, zijn de flarden van het vliegtuig van Malaysia Airlines op de exacte positie bevestigd.

Aan de buitenkant is aan beide kanten van het vliegtuig de Maleisische vlag te zien, helemaal intact. In de cockpit staan de twee, zwaar beschadigde, stoelen van de piloten. Alleen het metalen frame en hier en daar een stukje bekleding is er nog van over.

Binnen in het vliegtuig, waar zich naast de cockpit de business class bevond, is een plateau gemaakt. Dat loopt ongeveer ter hoogte van het gangpad. Een rij raampjes is nog intact en een van de deuren. Onder het plateau bevindt zich het bagageruim en diverse teruggevonden apparatuur, elektronica en bedrading, soms ernstig aangetast en gesmolten.

In een naastgelegen hangar zijn nog andere wrakstukken te zien, zoals een deel van de linkermotor, stukken van de vleugels, een deur, delen van de romp en een stuk van de staart.

De komende dagen krijgen nabestaanden de gelegenheid om de reconstructie te bekijken op vliegbasis Gilze-Rijen.

GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the cockpit wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were consciously of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
A military policeman stands guard in the cockpit of the MH17 airplane after the presentation of the final report into the crash of July 2014 of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine, in Gilze Rijen, the Netherlands, October 13, 2015. Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine by a Russian-made Buk missile, the Dutch Safety Board said on Tuesday in its final report on the July 2014 crash that killed all 298 aboard. The long-awaited findings of the board, which was not empowered to address questions of responsibility, did not specify who launched the missile. REUTERS/Michael KoorenREUTERS
GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the cockpit wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the cockpit wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
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GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the cockpit wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
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GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the cockpit wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
2015-10-13 15:06:03 RIJEN - Hangar met diverse brokstukken van de MH17 te bezoeken voor de pers na de presentatie van het rapport van de Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (OVV) met de resultaten van het onderzoek naar de oorzaak van de ramp met vlucht MH17. Bij de ramp met het toestel kwamen alle 298 inzittenden om het leven, van wie 196 Nederlanders. ANP ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSENANP
epa04976163 A view of the rebuilt cockpit section of the rebuilt fuselage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 during a press conference to present the report findings of the Dutch Safety Board in Gilze Rijen, The Netherlands, 13 October 2015. The Dutch Safety Board was to present its final report into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine last year. MH17 was on its way from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it went down in rebel-controlled territory on 17 July 2014, killing all 298 people on board. EPA/ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSENEPA
2015-10-13 15:05:15 RIJEN - Schade aan de reconstructie van het vliegtuig vliegtuig tijdens de presentatie van het rapport van de Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (OVV) met de resultaten van het onderzoek naar de oorzaak van de ramp met vlucht MH17. Bij de ramp met het toestel kwamen alle 298 inzittenden om het leven, van wie 196 Nederlanders. ANP ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSENANP
GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the cockpit wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images
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2015-10-13 15:06:42 RIJEN - Hangar met diverse brokstukken van de MH17 te bezoeken voor de pers na de presentatie van het rapport van de Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid (OVV) met de resultaten van het onderzoek naar de oorzaak van de ramp met vlucht MH17. Bij de ramp met het toestel kwamen alle 298 inzittenden om het leven, van wie 196 Nederlanders. ANP ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSENANP
GILZE-RIJEN, NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 13: A general view of the wreckage at the Gilze-Rijen Military Base on October 13, 2015 in Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands. The reports focus on four subjects: the cause of the crash, the issue of flying over conflict areas, the question why Dutch surviving relatives of the victims had to wait two to four days before receiving confirmation from the Dutch authorities that their loved ones were on board flight MH17, and lastly the question to what extent the occupants of flight MH17 were conscious of the crash. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)Getty Images

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