A search in Antarctica for a plane carrying three Canadian crewmen that went missing on a flight from the South Pole has been suspended due to bad weather, rescue officials said on Thursday.
A Canadian 'Twin Otter' plane is seen taking off in September 2003. A search in Antarctica for a similar plane, carrying three Canadian crewmen that went missing on a flight from the South Pole, has been suspended due to bad weather, according to rescue officials.
A rescue plane circled the area where the Twin Otter aircraft disappeared at 10:00pm (0900GMT) Wednesday but could not find it due to high winds and heavy cloud cover, the Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) said.
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