The Mozambican air liaison between Maputo and Luanda, who disappeared Friday monitors, was found charred in north-eastern Namibia. None of the 34 people on board - including a French - survived.
The TM470 Mozambique Airlines flight from Maputo, the Mozambican capital, was supposed to connect the Angolan capital to 1:10 p.m. GMT, Friday, Nov. 29, but it never arrived in Luanda. It disappeared from radar screens while crossing an area of heavy rain.
The company had hope he managed to land near the northern border of Namibia. But it is burnt carcass of the device that was found Saturday in the area of National Park Bwabwata in the Kavango Region, Namibia.
The flight was carrying 28 passengers and six crew members. There are no survivors, said the Namibian Police.
The official New China news agency says a Chinese national who had boarded the aircraft, as well as French, one Brazilian, Portuguese five, nine Angolans and Mozambicans ten.