Preliminary investigations into the LAM Mozambique Embraer 190 crash on Nov. 29 have not revealed any evidence of mechanical failure. The aircraft, which was carrying 27 passengers and six crew, crashed during a scheduled flight from Maputo to Luanda on Nov. 29, killing all on board. The wreckage was found on Nov. 30 in a remote part of northern Namibia. In his preliminary report, Capt. Ericksson Nengola from the Namibian transport ministry said good progress has been made during the ...
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