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ALERT Body of a man found in the landing gear of a Royal Air Maroc plane landing at Casablanca Airport, Morocco

A man was found dead in the hatchway of the landing gear of a Royal Air Maroc (RAM) plane operating, on Sunday, a flight between Conakry (Guinea) and Casablanca, said the national company in a statement.

Obviously, the man of Sub-Saharan origin, had reached the runway of Conakry airport in violation of the security rules in force, before hiding in the hatchway of the Boeing 737-800 (reg. CN-ROA) landing gear.

“He died as soon as the plane took off”, said RAM.

On Monday, Sept. 30, the Royal Air Maroc flight #AT526 had taken off from Conakry, the capital of Guinea, and was bound for Morocco on September 30, with connecting passengers then travelling onto France.

An investigation was opened to clarify the exact circumstances of this tragedy.

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