Several killed in Angola jet crash

At least six reported dead after Angolan Airlines aircraft crashes trying to land.

    TAAG Angola Airlines has been barred from flying to the European Union [Boeing]

    EU blocks airline
    The aircraft landed halfway down the runway and bounced out of control before crashing into a house, the report said.
    The injured were taken to a hospital in the nearest city, called Zaire, Angop said.
    The European Union announced on the same day as the crash that it was adding the Angolan airline TAAG, to its revised international blacklist.
    TAAG Angola Airlines will be barred from flying to the European Union because of safety concerns, the European Commission said.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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