Trans Service Airlift
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|Headquarters||Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo|
Accidents and incidents
- On December 18, 1995 a Lockheed L-188C Electra owned by Trans Service Airlift crashed shortly after takeoff from Jamba, Cuando Cubango, Angola, killing 141 of the passengers and crew.
- On the date of the accident the aircraft was a special charter for UNITA. The aircraft, with 139 passengers and five crew, was loaded forty people beyond specifications without taking cargo into account. One member of the crew and two passengers survived the initial crash. See Trans Service Airlift Lockheed L-188 crash.
According to information on August 2010 the Trans Service Airlift fleet included:
- 2 B727 (Ex-Fedex 2007/2010)
- 2 BAe 748 Series 2(Both aircraft broken up 1996/97)
- 1 Lockheed L-188 Electra (Aircraft sold and parked Kinshasa since Dec 1996 until present day)
- 1 Nord 262 (Aircraft crashed on takeoff N'dolo 1995 killing all pax - crew survived)
- 1 Vickers Viscount 700 (Aircraft broken up 1996)
- Flight International, 3–9 October 2010
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