Tunisia: Tunisair Denies Crash of One of Its Aircraft

Tunis — National flag carrier Tunisair denied, on Saturday afternoon, reports by some social networks about a sea crash of one its aircraft. "News relayed on some social networks, reporting a crash of one of the company's aircraft are unfounded," Tunisair said in a statement.

Contacted by TAP, the company officials emphasised that "since its creation in 1948, Tunisair has never recorded an accident of that kind.

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