Thirteen passengers were killed when an Antonov 26 flown by Congo-based Air Kasai crashed north of Brazzaville in the Congo Republic. The Russian-made plane is the second to crash in the region in less than a week. Another Antonov crashed on Monday in the Democratic Republic of Congo, killing all seven passengers on board. Weather was said to have contributed to the latter accident.
On a completely unrelated note, I’m traveling for work this week so posting may be a bit spotty. I’ll try my gosh darndest. In fact, I’ll even let you know that Baghdad’s airport has re-opened after a money-related dispute that I mentioned last Friday. OK, that’s it. Go back to work. I’ll have good stuff tomorrow.