New Delhi: A plane operated by Afghanistan’s state-owned airline Ariana crashed in the country’s central Ghazni province on Monday.
According to officials, the plane, carrying 83 passengers crashed in the Sado Khel area of Deh Yak district of Ghazni province around 1.10 pm local time.
The number of casualties was unclear, according to the reports.
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The state-owned airlines plane was reportedly carrying 83 people and reportedly it crashed 15 kilometres away from the Centre of Deh Yak district of Ghazni.
Ariana Afghan Airlines is Afghanistan’s national carrier. The fleet has both Boeing 737’s and Airbus A310’s – airlines with a capacity of between 160-230 seats.
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