An An-148 plane of Saratov Airlines en route to Orsk disappeared from radars shortly after taking off from Moscow’s Domodedovo airport. Debris from the plane was found in Ramensky district, Moscow region. Later, it was confirmed that all 71 people on board the plane were killed in the crash.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The search operation at the site of the deadly An-148 plane crash in the Moscow Region has been completed, a spokesperson for the emergency response headquarters told Sputnik on Sunday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) said Tuesday it had completed the deciphering of information contained in the flight data recorder of the crashed An-148 plane.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Nearly 1,500 fragments of bodies and almost 500 debris pieces were found in the area of the Russian Saratov Airlines An-148 plane crash in the Moscow Region, a spokesperson for the crash emergency response headquarters told Sputnik on Tuesday.
The An-148 passenger plane, carrying out a domestic flight, wrecked in the Moscow Region on February 11, killing all 71 people onboard. Investigators have been checking numerous versions of the tragic accident, from weather conditions and technical issues to human error.
The An-148 passenger plane, carrying out a domestic flight, crashed in the Moscow Region on Sunday, all 71 people aboard were found dead. The reasons for the crash are stil being investigated.
All 65 passengers and six crew aboard the plane that crashed on Sunday were confirmed dead. The reasons for the crash are being investigated.
Russian emergency service workers have found a black box at the crash site of the An-148 plane.
The An-148 passenger plane, carrying out a domestic flight, crashed in the Moscow Region on Sunday, killing all 71 people aboard.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A passenger plane An-148, carrying out a domestic flight, crashed in the Moscow Region on Sunday, killing 65 passengers and six crew members.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Washington has expressed its deepest regret over the crash of Russia's An-148 plane in Moscow region and offered condolences to the families of the victims, the White House's press service said in the statement.
SARATOV (Sputnik) - An-148 plane that crashed in Moscow region shortly after take-off had carried out several other short-haul flights before setting off for the city of Orsk from Moscow's Domodedovo airport, the head of the Saratov Airlines press service said Sunday.
The aircraft en route Moscow-Orsk crashed on February 11, killing all 71 people on board.
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The local emergency services are investigating the information about the crash of the Russian An-148 in Moscow region, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations said Sunday.