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CAIRO - Spokesmen for Libyan-owned Afriqiyah airlines say a plane with 104 people on board has crash landed at the airport in the Libyan capital Tripoli.
They said the Airbus-330 arriving from Johannesburg, South Africa was coming in to land when it crashed Wednesday. There was no immediate word on casualties.
A passenger plane crashed in Libya on Wednesday, killing 104 people, Al Arabiya television said, citing official sources.
A Libyan airport official said the aircraft was a Libyan-operated Airbus which was flying from South Africa and crashed as it attempted to land at Tripoli airport. The official said he could not immediately confirm the casualty figures.
Libya's Afriqiyah airline said there were 93 passengers and 11 crew on board its aircraft when it had an accident during landing but that it had no information on casualties or survivors. source
Originally posted by DeltaCommando5
Fox News reporting a lone survivor, eight year old Dutch boy.