Many media outlets have already managed to report that a Russian Airbus Kogalymavia airline carrying 217 passengers crashed in Egypt. There were a total of 224 people on board. However, information about the connection of the crew of the missing Russian airliner to Turkish dispatchers soon appeared. The Russian airline’s Airbus, which flew from Sharm el-Sheikh to St. Petersburg, did not crash, as many media outlets have already had time to fly, and it flies over Turkey. The same was stated by the head of the Egyptian Air Transport Security Agency, Ayman al Mukaddan.

The Russian Airbus of Kogalymavia Airlines with 217 passengers disappeared from radarThe Russian Airbus of Kogalymavia Airlines with 217 passengers disappeared from radar
However, it is probably early to put an end to this incident in the air. Egyptian Prime Minister made a statement that the plane in the Sinai Peninsula still crashed and the government is already creating a special commission on the fact of the crash.
According to the latest updated data, on board the Airbus among the 217 passengers were 17 children.
All passengers of the missing Airbus A320 were RussiansAll passengers of the missing Airbus A320 were Russians
So far, it is also known that the online search system of aircraft in flight Flight-radar does not find an airfield that operated flight 9268 Kogalymavia from Sharm el-Sheikh to St. Petersburg. Editorial uznayvse.ru continues to follow the news.

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