At Last, Accident Investigation Bureau Releases Final Report On 2012 Dana Plane Crash

At Last, Accident Investigation Bureau Releases Report On 2012 Dana Plane Crash

The Accident Investigation Bureau has released the final report of investigations into circumstances that led to the crash of Dana aircraft 992 on June 3rd, 2012.

The report states that loss of power from its two engines led tho the plane crash.

The second engine is said to have lost power shortly before the plane was due to land.

The aircraft crashed at the Iju Ishaga area of Lagos, killing all on board and six persons on the ground.

The AIB further stated that states further that it made four recommendations, each targeted at the engine manufacturer, Dana Airline, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency and the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority.

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