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SAFE LANDING IN MOGADISHU

DAALLO Airlines experienced an incident with one of its aircraft A321 during a scheduled flight from Mogadishu to Djibouti on 2nd February 2016.  According to our the latest information, the flight was approximately 15 minutes in the air when the incident happened which caused a hole in the fuselage.  However, pilots managed to land the aircraft back to Mogadishu Airport safely and without any further incident.  All passengers except one disembarked safely after aircraft landed at the airport and investigations are underway to ascertain the cause of hole in the fuselage which led one person to die. Two passengers have  suffered  injuries and were taken to the hospital for treatment.    
The incident is currently being investigated by Civil Aviation Authority in Mogadishu as well as technical team of aircraft  Hermes Airlines, Greece in close coordination with Civil Aviation Authority, Greece and aircraft manufacturers Airbus.  
DAALLO Airlines is operating in the region for more than 25 years with excellent safety record.   DAALLO Airlines takes security and safety of its passengers very seriously  and would like to assure that its aircraft (owned and leased) are EASA (European Union) registered and are being operated by highly qualified and experienced European pilots. Furthermore, We like to thank our crew for handling such an intense moments with professionalism and keep the passengers calm and orderly. We also  want to thank the ground staff, government officials as well airport officials for their outstanding service.

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