Did the Ruskies do this one also?
CAIRO (AP) - A Libyan plane with 104 people on board crashed on landing Wednesday at the airport in the Libyan capital Tripoli and a search and rescue operation was under way, the airlines said.
The Afriqiyah's Airbus A330 arriving from Johannesburg, South Africa was coming in to land when it crashed at around 6 a.m. There was no immediate word on survivors or the cause of the crash, a statement by the airline posted on their website said.
"Afriqiyah Airways announces that our flight 8U771 had an accident during landing at Tripoli International airport," the statement said. "At this moment, we have no information concerning possible casualties or survivors. Our information is that were 93 passenger and 11 crew aboard. The competent authorities are conducting the search and rescue mission.
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