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==Background==
Bopumbwi yabwa mpɛ́pɔ buye eye elobamáki 'te yangó ezaláki mpɛ́pɔ eye lingómbá lya mombɔ́ngɔ El Sam Airlines tǒ mpé lisúsu [[Malila Airlift]], mpé mpɛ́pɔ eye epesami mpɔ̂ na kofútela na lingómbá lya mombɔ́ngɔ [[Africa One]]. Mangómbá maye ma mombɔ́ngo mabalé mazalí na molɔngɔ́ mwa mangómbá yama botámboli ya ...eye lingómbá lya [[Lisangá lya Erópa]] (EU) epɛkisa na bikólo bya bangó. Mpɛ́pɔ eye ezaláki na motúya 9Q-COS, ekomamáki na monkánda mwa Lɛ́ta motángo ''409/cab/MIN/TVC/1264/MN/mg/2007'' lokóla yangó elekáki mamekano ya bobáteli, éngɛ́bɛ́nɛ́ na Hippolyte Muaka, óyo azaláki mokonzi na ntángo êná ya bakambi ba mibembo ya mpɛ́pɔ ya *civil ya [[Kongó-Kinsásá]].
 
The flight was variously reported as operated by El Sam Airlines or [[Malila Airlift]], with the aircraft leased from [[Africa One]]. Both carriers are on the [[list of air carriers banned in the EU]], as are all of other Congolese airlines. The aircraft, tail number 9Q-COS, is reported to have been certified in a letter ''409/cab/MIN/TVC/1264/MN/mg/2007'' as having passed safety inspection, according to Hippolyte Muaka, who is the acting head of the DRC's Civil Aviation Authority.<ref name="reuters_oct5">
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Bopumbwi yabwa mpempompɛ́pɔ eyebuye ezalakiezaláki mpompɔ̂ na ntinantína ya mombongomombɔ́ngɔ mpempé bilokobilɔ́kɔ bya mombongomombɔ́ngɔ mpempé ezalakiezaláki komemakomɛmɛ bato 28, na katikáti na bangobangó basalibasáli bansobánsɔ ba mpempompɛ́pɔ.<ref>
The flight was a commercial cargo flight carrying at least 28, including a flight crew of five.<ref>
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