Russia Plane of 224 Passengers Crashed in Egypt’s Sinai

The Russia Plane with 224 people on board crashed at Egypt’s Sinai on today. The Airbus A321 was a Russian airline Kogalymavia.  An announcement from the leader Sherif Ismail’s office said he had shaped a bureau level emergency board of trustees to manage the accident.

“The … Russian airline had told us that the Russian plane we lost contact with is safe and that it has contacted Turkish air traffic control and is passing through Turkish skies now,” Ayman al-Muqaddam, the head of the central air traffic accident authority in Egypt, said in a statement.

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Egyptian aviation authority Efforts to find out the plane before its crash

Prior, avionics and security sources said Egyptian aviation authority had lost contact with the non military personnel carrier conveying 224 individuals not long after it took off from the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik, headed for Russia.

Russian Airbus A321 having 224 travellers got Collapse

The source said the aeroplane was an Airbus A321, had 224 travellers and group on load up, and was worked by Russian carrier Kogalymavia.  Airport regulation of Egyptian unit lost contact with a regular citizen carrier with 224 individuals on board, only a brief time after it took off from the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik to head that was en route to Russia, on Saturday, flight sources said. So far not yet clear which carrier the plane has a place with.

Russian Airbus A321 Crash News

As indicated by sources, the traveller plane was conveying fundamentally Russian sightseers and that a quest for the carrier was in progress. In the Sinai Peninsula, security sources affirmed reports that the plane had disappeared. As indicated by the Egyptian avionics authorities, the plane had left Egyptian airspace securely. News organization, in the interim, reported that the Russian plane that was accounted for as missing before, has left Egyptian airspace securely.