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Small aircraft crashes in Egypt's Gouna, kills two

Ahram Online , Thursday 6 Aug 2020
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Egyptian investigators inspect a light aircraft which crashed on landing at Gouna airport, near Hurghada on the Red Sea coast, on August 6, 2020. Photo: AFP
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Two Egyptian pilots died on Thursday when a small light-sport aircraft crashed in the Red Sea town of El Gouna, Egypt’s civil aviation ministry said.

The two-seater Apollo Fox aircraft, of Airman Sky Sports, crash-landed at El Gouna Airport after a test flight earlier on Thursday, ministry media advisor Bassem Abdel Kerim said in a statement.

The victims are Mohamed Saeed, 61, and Akram Al-Hosary, 63 – both died in hospital.

The civil aviation ministry has formed a special committee to investigate the accident and identify the causes of the crash.

The country’s public prosecutor has ordered a probe and sent investigators to the scene of the crash.
 

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