8 January 2014

Angola: Relatives of Lam Plane Crash Victims Receive Clarification

Photo: Embraer
A Mozambique Airlines aircraft of the type normally used on the Maputo to Luanda route.

Luanda — The families of Angolan victims of the crash of a Mozambique Airlines (LAM) plane will receive Friday, in Luanda, information on the steps involved in identifying, transferring, funeral and compensation.

According to a press release from the Embassy of the Republic of Angola to Namibia that ANGOP had got access, a representative of Kenyon, an International Emergency Services Company in cases of accidents, hired by LAM, arrives Thursday to the country and will provide family forms relating to the identification, translocation, funeral and compensation.

A note from the Embassy clarifies that the meeting will take place in the building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Kenyon is an International Company of Emergency Services in cases of air, land and maritime accidents and disasters.

The plane of the Mozambican airline LAM from Maputo to Luanda , crashed on November 29, 2013, killing all 33 passengers onboard, including nine Angolans.

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