Another Armenian airplane destroyed, this time without victims.

Armenian Aircraft In Brussels Blaze

BRUSSELS, May 5, 2006 (RFE/RL) — A plane owned by the Armenian airline operator Armavia was one of four aircraft damaged today in an apparently accidental fire at Brussels international airport

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A relative grieves during a mourning ceremony for a victim of the Airbus A-320 plane crash at a church in Adler near Russia's Black Sea city of Sochi May 5, 2006. Relatives began the grim task on Thursday of identifying bodies of some of the 113 passengers and crew killed when their Armenian airliner crashed into the Black Sea off Russia's coast. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko

The incident comes on a day of national mourning in Armenia for the 113 victims in a May 3 crash involving another Armavia plane.

That accident occurred as an Armavia Airbus 320 was preparing to land on the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi.

In today's incident, four Brussels airport employees were injured, one seriously.

The fire broke out around midnight in a maintenance hangar and took two hours to quell.

The other planes involved belonged to the Belgian military, the Greek carrier Hellas Jet, and Air Arabia, a low-cost airline operating out of the United Arab Emirates.…E72FB0CAC7.html