UPDATED – A330 crashes in Libya

May 12: Airbus has confirmed that an A330-200 operated by Afriqiyah Airways has crash-landed in Tripoli, Libya early today while arriving from Johannesburg in South Africa.
The airline said the A330 was carrying a total of 93 passengers and 11 crew, whose nationalities were not immediately released but it is thought all perished in the crash. Libyan authorities and Airbus are immediately beginning an investigation into the incident.
Afriqiyah Airways only took delivery of its first Airbus A330-200 on August 12 last year to serve long-haul operations on routes from Tripoli to Africa and Europe. Airbus has confirmed the aircraft, 5A-ONG, was MSN (Manufacturer Serial Number) 1024, delivered from the production line in September 2009. It had accumulated approximately 1,600 flight hours in some 420 flights.
Media reports say that just one passenger, a young Dutch boy, survived the crash with 103 killed.