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|Headquarters||Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo|
Agefreco Air was an air carrier operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo from 1988 to 2007.
Accidents and incidents
- 2001-08-23 An Agrefreco Air / Victoria Air Antonov An-28 (registration 3C-ALL) from Bukavu's Kavume Airport to Kapmene airport boards additional passengers and minerals at Kama town airport. Eight minutes after takeoff an engine fails and the Russian pilots divert to Bukavu, but crash at Mugogo 15 miles short of Kavumu, killing seven of eleven aboard. The aircraft is reported to be owned by a Patrice Bashengezi.
- 2007-08-26 Agefreco/Great Lakes Business Company operated AN-26 departing Kongolo Airport (KOO) has engine failure at takeoff and crashes into a tree. All three crew and eleven of twelve passengers are killed. The aircraft is reported to have an insured value of US$300,000.
- "Agefreco-air makes daily flights to DRC cities". Agefreco-air. Retrieved 2010-03-28.
- Plane Crash Info accessed 2007-12-26
- (in Spanish) accessed 2007-12-24
- Inspectee Verkeer en Waterstaat Civil Aviation Safety Data 1980-2001 chart 20 (in mixed Dutch/English) accessed 2007-12-24
- Ngowi, Rodrique, Four Killed in Congo Plane Crash AP Online 2001-08-24 accessed 2007-12-24
- Aviation Safety Net
- Avin Direct accessed 2007-12-24[dead link]
- Eurocockpit (in French) accessed 2007-12-24
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