Report: Azerbaijani passenger plane goes missing

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December 23, 2005 22:45

 
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An Azerbaijan Airlines passenger plane with up to 60 people aboard has gone missing, the ITAR-Tass news agency reported early Saturday, citing an unnamed source at the international airport in Baku, the capital. The report said the An-140 plane went missing while flying between Baku and Aktau. Airport and airline officials could not immediately be reached for comment.



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