A twin-turboprop Fokker 50 was destroyed after it crashed on March 4 into a residential area approximately four miles short of the runway at Goma Airport (FZNA) in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The accident killed six of nine people aboard the Compagnie Africaine d’Aviation (CAA) airlines aircraft. CAA is one of dozens of Congolese airlines banned from flying within European Union airspace over safety concerns.
Beechcraft 1900C-1, Bukavu, Congo, Sept. 1, 2008–Weather was reported severe when the Air Serve International/CemAir Beech 1900 crashed into a ridge eight miles from Bukavu. The airplane was on a humanitarian flight to Goma.