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Dassault Falcon 10 air ambulance crashes in Afghanistan with 6 people onboard

A Dassault Falcon 10 business jet, bearing the registration CN-TKN and operated by the Moroccan carrier Alfa Air, disappeared from radar screens in a mountainous area in Badakhshan province, Afghanistan.

The aircraft, which was on a charter ambulance flight, had departed from Gaya International Airport (GAY) in India, with its intended destination being Moscow, Russia. Six people were on board the aircraft.

The crash has reportedly taken place in a remote, mountainous region of Badakhshan, north of Afghanistan.

A team has been dispatched to the crash site, Badakhshan provincial government spokesperson Zabihullah Amiri told Reuters. However, the remote location, over 200 km (124 miles) from Fayzabad, the provincial capital, will require the team 12 hours to reach.

Afganistan’da düştüğü belirtilen uçağın, Gaya / Hindistan – Zhukovsky/Rusya rotasında uçmakta olan ambulans uçak olduğu belirtildi.

Uçağın Taşkent / Özbekistan’a da uğraması planlanıyordu.

Uçağın CN-TKN tescilli Falcon-10 tipi bir uçak olduğu, uçakta 4 mürettebat 2 yolcu olduğu… pic.twitter.com/BmfTPhWP9K

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