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Egypt-Russia Travel Ban to Remain Following EgyptAir Crash – Report

If it is reliable that a EgyptAir flight, blank given Thursday, dead from radar on a airspace limit between Greece and Egypt, atmosphere transport between Russia and Egypt will not be resumed, a high-ranking source within a Russian supervision said, a Kommersant journal reported Friday.

The craft pile-up will impact a timing of a resumption of transport links between Russia and Egypt, Kommersant reported, citing a comparison source. “All of this is directly associated to a reserve of a passengers,” a source added.

On May 19 an EgyptAir Airbus A320-232 drifting from Paris to Cairo crashed into a Mediterranean Sea. There were 66 passengers and organisation on house Flight MS804. Before disintegrating from Greek radar, a craft had entered Greek airspace and a commander had oral to atmosphere trade controllers. Both Egypt and Greece have sent crew to examine a area and hunt for wreckage.

According to aviation experts, it is doubtful that technical disaster was obliged for a crash, nor was continue a problem during a time of a plane’s disappearance. Egyptian authorities contend that a craft was some-more expected brought down by a militant act than a technical error of a aircraft, general media reported.

Head of a Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov said: “Apparently, this is a militant attack,” Kommersant reported.

On Oct. 31, 2015, an Airbus A321 was downed over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula while en track to St. Petersburg — all 224 people on house were killed. Two weeks after a crash, a FSB announced that a apprehension conflict had caused a craft crash.

Russia criminialized all newcomer flights to Egypt in Nov 2015.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/569926.html

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