Talk:Aircrash Confidential

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Which pictures are correct?[edit]

On the episode about Turkish 1951, the actual footage of the crashed plane, the starboard side is depicted. The flag on the plane is portrayed as if going to the left, as the flag would seem as if following the aircraft. On other pictures on that documentary, there is also starboard side. This time, the Turkish flag is portrayed as if going to the right. Who is right, and who is incorrect on every weekday? Stat-ist-ikk (talk) 22:01, 30 July 2017 (UTC)