Sorry for getting back to you so late OdiE. Here is an article about the incident:
Sabena airliner under fire in
Tuesday 5 December, 2000
Hutus and Tutsis have been fighting since 1993
A Belgian passenger plane came under fire early on
Tuesday morning as it landed in Bujumbura, the capital
One passenger and a flight attendant were reported to
have been slightly injured.
The Sabena Airbus A-330-200 OO
carrying more than 190 passengers
when it came under fire from
automatic weapons presumably
wielded by rebels.
The plane landed safely and stayed
on the runway for several hours.
A Sabena official confirmed that
there had been an "incident" and
that the plane would not continue on
to Nairobi, its planned destination.
Troops were deployed to the scene but no further rebel
activity was reported.
Burundi has been the scene of fighting between Hutus
and Tutsis - the same groups involved in the 1994
Rwandan genocide - since 1993.
Peace talks in Arusha, Tanzania ended last week with
Bujumbura's airport is located in a region outside the
capital that is often attacked by rebels.
The result of the damage was 26 bullet holes on the left side of the aircraft from behind the captains seat up to the forward part of the wing. The engine cowling also sustained a hit.