Camair-Co commercial flight fired upon during landing

AeroTime Daily News | December 2, 2019
The smallest available Airbus A320neo family jet, the A319neo, has been approved by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to fly with the Pratt & Whitney GTFT, the company’s official Twitter account states.
In a surprising move, Norwegian Air Shuttle has been granted six slots at one of the world’s most congested airports ‒ London’s Heathrow (LHR). The low-cost long-haul carrier has confirmed the news, but currently retains a secret on what future routes it might mean. 
Hong Kong’s Air Transport Licensing Authority has given Hong Kong Airlines an ultimatum: the low-cost carrier must consolidate its financial situation by December 7, 2019, if it is to keep its air operator certificate.
An aircraft from the airline Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Camair-Co) was shot during its landing in Bamenda, western Cameroon. No injuries were reported. Responsibility for the attack was claimed by separatist forces.
A Pilatus PC-12 crashed in a cornfield near Chamberlain, South Dakota, United States, claiming the lives of nine people on board, including the pilot. Three people have survived the crash and were subsequently transferred to a hospital in Sioux Falls for treatment.
Three rescuers were killed in the crash of a Civil Security helicopter near Marseille, France, as they were on their way to assist victims of a flood. 

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