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|Location||Bandundu, Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|Elevation AMSL||1,053 ft / 321 m|
Airlines and destinations
Accidents and incidents
Two occurrences are reported to have occurred on 17 July 2007 at Bandundu. The reports may refer to the same occurrence with factual errors:
- In one report, a Let-410UVP, tail number 9Q-CIM of Cargo Bull Aviation suffered a bird strike and crashed with no injuries but aircraft written off.
- In the other report an Antonov (either an An-24 or An-32) that had stopped en route from Kinshasa N'Dolo Airport to Nioki Airport lost its number 1 engine during initial climb and crashed 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from Bandundu with substantial damage but no injuries. Another report has this occurring the next day with a minor injury to an Austrian pilot. Another identifies the operator as Malift Air, the date as 18 July, the failure as an engine explosion during landing, and the aircraft destroyed.
- Airport information for Bandundu Airport - World Aero Data
- Airport information for Bandundu Airport at Great Circle Mapper.
- "Bandundu NDB (BAN) @ OurAirports". ourairports.com. Retrieved 2018-08-20.
- Let 410UVP, Cargo Bull Aviation. Aviation Safety Network. 18 July 2007.
- Antonov 24: Malift Air. Aviation Safety Network. 18 Jul 2007.
- Recent Incidents / Accidents. JACDEC. July 2007.
- Accidents & Incidents. Air Safety Week. 30 July 2007.
- (in French) Accident d'avion dans le sud de la Rép. Dém. du Congo. Crash-Aerien.com. 19 July 2007.
- OpenStreetMap - Bandundu
- OurAirports - Bandundu Airport
- SkyVector - Bandundu Airport
- FallingRain - Bandundu Airport
- Accident history for Bandundu Airport at Aviation Safety Network
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