An Air Bagan Fokker 100 crashed near Heho airport in Burma Dec. 25, killing one passenger and a person on the ground. Air Bagan confirmed the crash and fatalities on its website, saying that flight W9-011 crashed during landing at 08:50 a.m. and was carrying 65 passengers and six crew. “The emergency exit was opened as soon as the aircraft landed in the nearby field and passengers were evacuated by our cabin crew.  ...

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