Aviation officials are still unclear about what caused the Metrojet plane crash
MOSCOW – Viktor Sorochenko, an official with the Interstate Aviation Committee, said the Russian plane that crashed in Egypt over the weekend broke up in midair, a senior Russian aviation official said after visiting the crash site in the Sinai Peninsula on Sunday. All 224 people aboard were killed.
Modern planes don’t usually fall apart in flight, barring an explosion caused by a bomb or missile, but Viktor Sorochenko, said it is too early to tell what caused the crash, according to Russia’s Interfax news agency. A pilot on …read more
Source: Chiangrai Times