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Plane Crashed In Afgha Mountains, Not Indian Aircraft: Aviation Ministry

Plane Crashed In Afgha Mountains, Not Indian Aircraft: Aviation MinistryPlane Crashed In Afgha Mountains, Not Indian Aircraft: Aviation Ministry

Delhi/Hyderabad, Jan 21 (Hydnow): Confirming the plane crash in Afghanistan’s Badakhshan province in the early morning hours on Sunday, the Ministry of Civil Aviation said the aircraft was an ambulance flying from Thailand to Moscow

Plane Crashed In Afgha Mountains, Not Indian Aircraft: Aviation Ministry
Plane Crashed In Afgha Mountains, Not Indian Aircraft: Aviation Ministry

The Civil Aviation Ministry stated further that the crashed aircraft was a DF-10 (Dassault Falcon).  It was a small aircraft registered in Morocco.  It is not an aircraft of Indian carriers, “the Ministry of Civil Aviation noted in a report of aircraft crashed in Afghanistan 

The Morocco-registered plane refuelled at Gaya airport in Bihar, the Union Ministry stated.  “The aircraft was an air ambulance,  was flying from Thailand to Moscow and refuelling at Gaya airport, the Ministry of Civil Aviation added. 

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The DF-10 aircraft, registered in Morocco, crashed in the mountains of Topkhana along the districts of Kuran-Munjan and Zibak of the Badakhshan province today.  Afghanistan-based news portal TOLO news claimed earlier that the ill-fated aircraft was an Indian passenger flight. 

However, officials from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) , the top regulator for flight services in the country, confirmed that it was not an Indian place. 

The Ministry of Civil Aviation, too, informed that the aircraft that crashed in Afghanistan was neither an ” Indian scheduled aircraft nor a non-scheduled (NSOP)/charter aircraft.”  (Hydnow) 

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