Myanmar’s ministry of information says pilot error and poor weather may have contributed to the Dec. 25 crash of an Air Bagan passenger aircraft. The ministry says the Air Bagan pilots tried to land the Fokker 100 passenger aircraft at Heho Airport in heavy fog and mistook a road for the airport’s runway. According to the ministry, the aircraft hit an electric power line, landed on the road and then slide into a paddy field near the airport. Pictures from the scene shows fire ...
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