Cargo carrier National Airlines says Flight NCR102, the Boeing 747-400F that crashed and burned on departure from Bagram AB, Afghanistan, on the morning of April 29 local time, had stopped there only for fuel and that “no additional cargo or personnel” were picked up. The aircraft, N949CA, was en route to Dubai from Camp Bastion in the southern central section of the country, “carrying military vehicles out of Afghanistan” via Bagram, according to the airline. “The cargo contained within the ...
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