Preliminary investigations into the LAM Mozambique Embraer E-190 crash on Nov. 29 have not revealed any evidence of mechanical failure. The aircraft, which was carrying 27 passengers and six crew, crashed during a scheduled flight from Maputo to Luanda on Nov. 29 killing all onboard. The wreckage was found Nov. 30 in a remote part of northern Namibia. In his preliminary report, Captain Ericksson Nengola from the Namibian transport ministry said good progress has been made during the ...

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