Chapecoense air crash: Bolivia suspends LaMia airline



Bolivia's aviation authority has suspended the operating licence of LaMia, the charter airline whose plane crashed on Monday killing 71 people.
It was LaMia's only operational plane, and had been part-owned by the pilot.
The aircraft carrying Brazil's Chapecoense football team went down near Medellin, Colombia. There were only six survivors.
Colombian authorities say evidence is growing that the plane crashed because it ran out of fuel as it tried to land.
LaMia was only set up last year, and has three aircraft - two of which are being repaired.
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1 December 2016 in World News, Views: 43
Source: BBC
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