Plane from Moscow Crashes and Kills 71 Passengers on Board

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Plane from Moscow Crashes and Kills 71 Passengers on Board

An-148 plane flight number bw703 taking off from Domodedoro Airport in Moscow has crashed killing all 65 passengers and 6 crew members in board. This means there were no survivors reported.

The plane was heading to the Russian City of Orsk  which is 1,000 miles away. The plane involved in the crash belonged to Sarator Airlines which was banned from making international flights in 2015 after a stranger was found in one of their planes cockpit.

The Russian President Vladimir Putin post phoned his planned trips and offered condolences to friends and relatives of those who perished in the air crash.

The rescue team found the Black box which indicated that the crew did not report any problems with the plane before it crashed. The airline reported to the media that the plane was being flown by an “experienced pilot with more than 5,000 hours of flight time under his belt.

List of passengers who perished on An-148 airplane flight 6w703
List of passengers who perished on An-148 airplane flight 6w703
List of passengers who perished on An-148 airplane flight 6w703
List of passengers who perished on An-148 airplane flight 6w703
list of passengers on Russian Plane crash
List: Passengers on Russian Plane that crashed 

Kerosi Dotcom team sends sincere condolences to relatives and friends who lost their loved one in this unfortunate plane crash near Moscow.

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