Photo: The Star Light injuries to several people
The turboprop Fokker-50 was owned Kenyan airline Silverstone Air Limited.
In Kenya at the time of departure from Wilson airport in Nairobi down the passenger plane EN route to the second largest city of Mombasa. It is reported by local newspaper The Star on Friday, October 11.
It is noted that the 56-seat turboprop Fokker-50 was owned Kenyan airline Silverstone Air Limited.
It is argued that light injuries to several people. While there is no data on the number of passengers on Board the aircraft.
Earlier, the US plane United Airlines made an emergency landing at the airport in Maine due to problems with the integrity of the cabin. On Board the ship were 197 passengers and 13 crew members, as a result of incident nobody has suffered.
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