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Tarco Air (Sudan) AN24 With 36 Passengers & Crew Crashes On Landing

posted Nov 14, 2010, 11:09 PM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 12 NOV 2010
 

Indonesian Aerospace developing 19-seat twin turboprop passenger aircraft designated N219, with PT6A-61 engines, to compete with DHC6 Twin Otter. Design and development progress as well as first flight date to be advised. Source_1

 

East Africa Development Bank plans to finance expansion of airline based in one of its member states, either Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania or Uganda. Source_1

 

Nordic Aviation Capital (Denmark) leases two ATR42-500s (serial 522 and 526) to SATENA (Colombia). Both aircraft were recently purchased by NAC from ATRiam Capital (Ireland). Source_1

 

RBS Aviation Capital (Ireland) acquires two A320-200 in sale & leaseback with Indigo (India). Source_1

 

Tarco Air (Sudan) AN24, serial 7305910, with 36 passengers and crew crashes on landing at Zalingei in West Dafur. Two passengers died and 17 passengers injured, according to Sudan CAA. Source_1 Source_2 Source_3

 

AirBaltic (Latvia) begins services from Riga to Kittila and Tampere with Q400. Source_1

 

Arik Air (NG) chairman Johnson Arumemi-Ikhide calls on federal government to protect domestic airlines by not granting multiple destinations to foreign airlines. Source_1

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