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Tragedy at Sheremetyevo: Aftermath of Aeroflot’s Superjet-100 fire

May 06, 12:33 UTC+3

A total of forty one victims died in the fire on board a Sukhoi-Superjet-100 liner that crash-landed at Moscow’s Sheremetievo airport

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Aeroflot’s Sukhoi Superjet 100 passenger plane with 73 passengers and five crewmembers onboard that was bound for Murmansk caught fire after emergency landing at Sheremetyevo shortly after the takeoff on May 5
Aeroflot’s Sukhoi Superjet 100 passenger plane with 73 passengers and five crewmembers onboard that was bound for Murmansk caught fire after emergency landing at Sheremetyevo shortly after the takeoff on May 5
Aeroflot’s Sukhoi Superjet 100 passenger plane with 73 passengers and five crewmembers onboard that was bound for Murmansk caught fire after emergency landing at Sheremetyevo shortly after the takeoff on May 5
© Moscow News Agency photo via AP
Per latest reports, 41 people died
Per latest reports, 41 people died
Per latest reports, 41 people died
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
For Aeroflot, that was the first accident resulting in loss of life since 2008
For Aeroflot, that was the first accident resulting in loss of life since 2008
For Aeroflot, that was the first accident resulting in loss of life since 2008
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 (SSJ100) passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 (SSJ100) passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 (SSJ100) passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
Aeroflot is the largest SSJ 100 operator, which has 50 planes in its fleet
Aeroflot is the largest SSJ 100 operator, which has 50 planes in its fleet
Aeroflot is the largest SSJ 100 operator, which has 50 planes in its fleet
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
A fragment of SSJ100 passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
A fragment of SSJ100 passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
A fragment of SSJ100 passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
Investigators of the Russian Investigative Committee are working at the scene of the accident
Investigators of the Russian Investigative Committee are working at the scene of the accident
Investigators of the Russian Investigative Committee are working at the scene of the accident
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS


Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 aircraft is seen after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport


Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 aircraft is seen after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 aircraft is seen after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
© Sergei Fadeichev/TASS
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Aeroflot’s Sukhoi Superjet 100 passenger plane with 73 passengers and five crewmembers onboard that was bound for Murmansk caught fire after emergency landing at Sheremetyevo shortly after the takeoff on May 5
© Moscow News Agency photo via AP
Per latest reports, 41 people died
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
For Aeroflot, that was the first accident resulting in loss of life since 2008
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 (SSJ100) passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
Aeroflot is the largest SSJ 100 operator, which has 50 planes in its fleet
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
A fragment of SSJ100 passenger aircraft after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
Investigators of the Russian Investigative Committee are working at the scene of the accident
© Russian Investigative Committee/TASS
Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet-100 aircraft is seen after crashlanding at Sheremetyevo airport
© Sergei Fadeichev/TASS

On May 5, an Aeroflot Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) passenger plane with 73 passengers and five crewmembers onboard that was bound for Murmansk caught fire after an emergency landing at Sheremetyevo shortly after takeoff. The blaze claimed 41 lives. TASS documents the tragic aftermath here.

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