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No need for government to act after crash investigation concludes

Wed, 12 Feb 2014

The plane crashed at Cork Airport in 2011
The plane crashed at Cork Airport in 2011

No action will be taken by the Isle of Man Government following the final report into why a flight crashed in Ireland.

That’s according to the Chief Minister who says the AAIU report has now been carefully studied by officers.

Six people died when the flight, which was being operated by a Spanish company, crashed in 2011.

The report found nine factors contributed to the tragedy – but Allan Bell says none of them require action to be taken by government.

He says the situation has been taken seriously:


  • Allan Bell MHK

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