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Russian Plane Crash Investigation Continues

Investigators into a lethal pile-up of a FlyDubai craft in southern Russia trust a tragedy had many expected been caused by a technical malfunction or a commander error, a Kommersant business daily reported Monday.

The Boeing 737-800 newcomer craft operated by a United Arab Emirates-based association crashed in Russia’s Rostov-on-Don Airport early on Saturday morning, murdering all 55 passengers and 7 organisation members on board.

Investigators have retrieved a plane’s black box, though a sound recording was badly damaged, Russia’s aviation administration emissary arch Sergei Zaiko was quoted as observant by Kommersant.

Technicians were operative on restoring a recording, he said, Kommersant reported.

The Russian Investigative Committee pronounced it was looking into dual categorical hypotheses for a pile-up — a commander blunder or a technical malfunction of a aircraft, Kommersant reported Monday.

The aircraft, roving to Rostov from Dubai, left from radars during 3:41 a.m. on Saturday. According to initial reports, a plane’s wing held on a runway when a moody attempted to land in inauspicious continue conditions.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/563076.html

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