The owner of South Supreme Airlines says the company will compensate the families of the victims of the fatal plane crash in Jonglei.
Addressing journalists in Juba, businessman Ayii Duang Ayii, regretted the incident and said the black box of the plane has been recovered and handed over to the civil aviation authority to help with investigations into the cause of the crash.
Ayii also pledged to cooperate with the investigation team and revealed that the airline is registered in France, Gambia and Sudan.
He accused ‘elements’ of taking false information to the President.
The commercial passenger aircraft was flying from Juba to Pibor when it crashed at Pieri Airstrip in Uror County on Tuesday evening, killing both pilots and all eight passengers on board.
Courtesy of Radio Miraya