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Sky Executive Airlines aircraft crashes in Nigeria.

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A 17-seat aircraft operated by charter company Sky Executive Airlines crashed yesterday (22 May) in Nigeria.

The aircraft, described as a turbo-prop Lett, was reportedly carrying five crew members from the oil city of Port Harcourt to Calabar in the extreme southeast when it crashed in Akwa Ibom state. All five crew members are feared dead.

The company has confirmed the accident and said that its search party was on its way to the crash site, reported Reuters.

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