Georgian Airways’ Bombardier CRJ100 4L-GAE crashes in the Congo while operating for the UN, 32 killed

Georgian Airways’ (Airzena Georgian Airways) (Tbilisi) Bombardier CRJ100 (CL-600-2B19) 4L-GAE (msn 7070) while operating for the United Nations (UN) as flight A9 834 from Kisangani to Kinshasa (N’Djili) in the Democratic Republic of Congo with 29 passengers and four crew, crashed while attempting to land in bad weather at Kinshasa (N’Djili) on April 4. The airliner missed the runway and came to a stop off the runway. Only one person survived with serious injuries. The aircraft was destroyed.

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