LAM Mozambique is pressing for further information after preliminary investigations revealed its Embraer crash on Nov. 29 could have been deliberately caused by the aircraft’s captain. Namibia, which is leading the investigation, had already said there was a tremendous impact and no evidence of mechanical failure. A LAM spokeswoman told Aviation Week affiliate Air Transport World: “The preliminary cause of the accident is that it was intentional. They [Mozambique CAA IACM] held the ...
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