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Antonov Crash in Kabul

Monday, May 17, 2010
By George Hatcher

What: Pamir Airways Antonov AN-24 en route from Kundus to Kabul Afghanistan Where: Kabul on May 17th 2010 When: May 17th 2010 Who: 38 passengers and 6 crew Why: Lost connection with ATC 40 minutes from the airport. The wreckage, found at Salang Pass, displayed no sign of life. Download article as PDF »

Pamir Flight Lost in Mountain Pass

Monday, May 17, 2010
By George Hatcher
Pamir Flight Lost in Mountain Pass

Pictured: A Pamir Airways flight. This one is a Boeing 737-4Y0 over Dubai, not the plane involved in the crash Click to view full size photo at Airliners.net Contact photographer Szabo Gabor What: Pamir Airways Antonov 24B en route from Kunduz to Kabul Where: Salang Pass (Afghanistan) When: May 17, 2010 Who: 5 crew... »

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