Working in difficult conditions, the investigators into the crash of Sunday's Saratov Airlines flight out of Moscow are making slow progress in putting together a picture of what happened.
Sixty-five passengers and six crew members were on board and all of them died, Russia's Investigative Committee said. The flight was operated by the domestic Saratov Airlines and was headed for the city of Orsk in the Orenburg region close to Russia's border with Kazakhstan.
A Russian plane crashed in the outskirts of Moscow on Sunday after vanishing from radars, killing all 71 people on board. The Saratov Airlines An-148 jet, was en route to the city of Orsk when it vanished from radar and plunged into a field. "The plane crashed near the village of Argunovo. Show More Summary
The deadly crash of a Saratov Airlines AN-148 passenger plane on Sunday was captured by a backyard surveillance camera on a house near the crash site in Moscow's Ramensky district. All 65 passengers and six crewmembers aboard were killed,...Show More Summary
A CCTV camera caught Saratov Airlines Flight 703 as it fell from the sky. All 71 passengers died in the burning Russian plane that crashed minutes after take off. Latest footage of the crash site has also been released. On Sunday, Feb. Show More Summary
Saratov Airlines Flight 703 with 71 people aboard goes down near Moscow soon after take-off from Domodedovo airport. The cause of the crash is unclear.
Saratov Airlines Flight 703 with 71 people aboard goes down near Moscow soon after take-off from Domodedovo airport.
Last year was one of the safest in aviation history. This year is already looking less promising. Today 71 people are feared dead after a plane crash in Russia. The plane from Saratov Airlines disappeared shortly after taking off from an airport in Moscow and reportedly came down near the town of Argunovo about 50…
MOSCOW- A plane operated by Russia’s Saratov Airlines crashed near Moscow on Sunday, killing all 71 people on board, news agencies said.A plane operated by Russia’s Saratov Airlines crashed near Moscow on Sunday, killing all 71 people on board, news agencies said. There were 65 passengers and six crew members onboard the plane which went […]
There were no survivors on the Saratov Airlines flight that when it went down about 50 miles southeast of the capital.
A Russian passenger plane carrying 71 people crashed outside Moscow on Sunday after taking off from the capital’s Domodedovo airport, Russian media reported. The Antonov An-148 plane operated by the domestic Saratov Airlines was flying to Orsk, a city in the Urals, and crashed in the Ramensky...
A Russian passenger jet crashed shortly after taking off from one of Moscow’s major airports Sunday, killing all 71 people aboard. The plane, an Antonov 148 passenger airliner operated by Saratov Airlines, was carrying 65 passengers and six crew members when it left Moscow’s Domodedovo airport...
NBC News reports: A jet operated by Saratov Airlines crashed in the Moscow region on Sunday, killing all 71 people on board, according to Russian news agencies. Russia’s Interfax news outlet reported that the Orsk-bound 148-jet wentShow More Summary
May the 65 passengers and 6 crew onboard Saratov Airlines flight 6W-703 operating a domestic flight from Moscow Domodedovo to Orsk rest in peace. The Antonov 148, registration RA-61704, reportedly collided with a helicopter at around 6000 feet. Show More Summary
An Antonov AN-148-100 airplane which operated as Saratov Airlines flight 703 and originated in Moscow on its way to Orsk has crashed near Dergayevo in the Ramensky District in Russia with at least 65 passengers and six members of the...Show More Summary
A Russian passenger jet (Saratov Airlines Flight 703) with 71 people aboard crashed several minutes after takeoff from Moscow's Domodedovo Airport, according to Russia's Air Transport Agency. There were no immediate reports of survivors.
A plane operated by Russia’s Saratov Airlines crashed in the countryside near Moscow on Sunday, killing all 71 people on board, Russian Interfax news agency reported. 65 passengers and six crew members were onboard the plane which disappeared...Show More Summary
A Russian passenger plane carrying 71 people crashed outside Moscow on Sunday after taking off from the capital's Domodedovo airport, officials and local media said. The Antonov An-148 plane operated by the domestic Saratov Airlines was flying to Orsk, a city in the Urals, and crashed in the Ramensky district on the outskirts of Moscow. Show More Summary