Air Botswana

Air Botswana

Air Botswana Corporation is the national airline of Botswana, with its head office on the grounds of Sir Seretse Khama International Airport in Gaborone. The airline operates scheduled domestic and regional flights from its main base at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport.

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ATR 42 - Accidents and Incidents
... On 21 August 1994, a Royal Air Maroc ATR-42 crashed into the Atlas Mountains, killing all 44 people on board ... On 30 July 1997, Air Littoral Flight 701 ATR 42–500 overran runway 23 at Peretola Airport in Italy after a short haul from Nice Côte d'Azur Airport in ... On 11 October 1999, an Air Botswana captain boarded an ATR 42–320 aircraft and took off ...
Gaborone - Infrastructure - Transportation
... Botswana Railways runs a line that goes from Cape Town to Harare via Bulawayo ... line stops at the following cities in and near Botswana Ramatlabama on the South African border, Lobatse, Gaborone, Palapye, Serule, Francistown, Ramokgwebana, and Plumtree ... It is the headquarters of Air Botswana, the national airline of Botswana ...
Air Botswana - Fleet
... The Air Botswana fleet consists of the following aircraft as of 10 August 2012 Air Botswana Fleet Aircraft Total On Order Passengers Routes ATR 42-500 3 — 47 Domestic ...
Sir Seretse Khama International Airport - Incidents and Accidents
... On October 11, 1999, an Air Botswana captain, Chris Phatswe, boarded a parked ATR 42 aircraft A2-ABB in the early morning and took off ... Once in the air, he asked by radio to speak to the president, Air Botswana's general manager, the station commander, central police station and his girlfriend, among others ... at 200 knots (370 km/h 230 mph) into Air Botswana's two other ATR 42s parked on the apron ...

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