The fact that two aircraft tipped at the wings at Kotoka International Airport in Ghana has been played down by the country’s transport ministry. Deputy transport minister Dzifa Ativor called the event an “incident” rather than a crash. The official reports says Lufthansa Flight 567 and Turkish Airlines Flight 624 tipped at the wings on the tarmac as the latter prepared to taxi for takeoff. Ativor played denied the suggestion that the accident could have been the result of overcrowding. “The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority has set up investigations and they will be submitting a report to the ministry as

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