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Two Antonov aircraft collide on the ground at Khartoum Airport

Posted 3 October 2018 · Add Comment

Two military aircraft, an Antonov An-30 and an An-32, have collided on the runway at Khartoum International Airport, Sudan.

 

According to the viation-safety.net, both aircraft reportedly came to rest on the runway. The nose section of the An-32 appears to have been broken away and the tail section of the An-26 also suffered serious damage.

 

No injuries have been reported. The airport is closed until further notice.

 

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