A Moroccan Operated Air Ambulance Crashes With Six People Onboard in Afghanistan

In a tragic incident, a Dassault Falcon 10 business jet, operated by the Moroccan carrier Alfa Air, has reportedly disappeared from radar screens. The aircraft, bearing the registration CN-TKN, was last detected in a mountainous area in Badakhshan province, Afghanistan.


The jet was on a charter ambulance flight, having departed from Gaya International Airport (GAY) in India. Its intended destination was Moscow, Russia. There were six people reported to be on board the aircraft at the time of its disappearance.

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The crash is believed to have taken place in a remote, mountainous region of Badakhshan, located in the northern part of Afghanistan. The exact location of the crash site is over 200 km (approximately 124 miles) from Fayzabad, the provincial capital of Badakhshan. Upon receiving news of the incident, a team was immediately dispatched to the crash site, as confirmed by Zabihullah Amiri, the spokesperson for the Badakhshan provincial government. However, due to the remote and inaccessible nature of the location, it is estimated that it will take the team approximately 12 hours to reach the site.

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As the world awaits further updates, our thoughts are with the families and loved ones of those on board the ill-fated flight. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the risks faced by those who undertake such critical missions in challenging terrains and conditions. The international community hopes for a swift and thorough investigation into this tragic event.

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