Fastjet to commence with scheduled flights in Mozambique
The Aviation Herald
The airplane which struck an unidentified object in Tete on Thursday, has been repaired and is ready to resume flights, Noticias online has just reported.
Meanwhile, a team of experts composed of technicians from Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique (LAM) and the National Civil Aviation Institute (ICAM) is working to determine the cause of damage suffered by one of the company’s aircraft in Tete.
The Tete provincial transport and communications director, Romeu Sandoca, quoted by RM, had said the Boeing 737-700, which suffered damage to part of its fuselage late on Thursday as it approached the airstrip, remained immobilized at Tete Airport.
Sandoca said that what happened to the aircraft would be established and that repair work carried out would be dependent on the report of the technical team. The aircraft was to remain grounded at Tete airport in the interim.Source: Noticias / Folha de Maputo