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Plane crashed in Fayoum doesn’t have a black box

Saturday 16/December/2017 - 01:14 PM
Sada El Balad
Sada ElBalad- Basant Ahmed
Ayman al-Moqadem، head of Egypt's air accident agency، said today that the plane that crashed in Fayoum governorate southwest of Cairo on Friday، doesn’t have a black box.

Two students and a flight coach were killed in this accident. The plane crashed due to a technical error during the training session.

In a statement on Friday، Ministry of Civil Aviation said that the plane (Beechcraft Baron) crashed due to a sudden malfunction midair، which promoted the pilot to attempt an emergency landing in a desert area، 20 km away from 6th of October Airport، resulting in the instant death of the crew (the pilot and two trainees).

Egyptian Aviation Ministry is investigating the incident.

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