Russian plane with 224 travelers crashes

October 31, 2015 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ NEWS and Gossip

A Kogalymavia traveler plane conveying 224 individuals has slammed in Egypt’s Sinai penunsula. The carrier took off from the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik at the beginning of today, and was setting out toward Russia, as per flight sources, when it vanished from radar. It’s trusted the plane was chiefly conveying Russian visitors.

The plane was conveying 212 travelers and 7 group individuals. 17 of the travelers are kids.

Airbus A321 left Sharm-El-Sheik for St. Petersburg with flight number 7K9268. It has a place with carrier Metrojet and was 18.5 years of age and was sliding with around 6000 feet for each moment just before sign was lost. The chief told ATC after takeoff of a specialized blame and asked for a course change.

Neighborhood media says a recuperation group is currently at the site of the accident