NATO experts arrive in Moldova to assist in developing military strategyWorld January 24, 21:13
FIA F1 top management reshuffle unlikely to affect Russia’s Sochi GP — expertSport January 24, 20:42
Russia hopes for constructive work with Trump's administration at G20Business & Economy January 24, 20:29
Everything you need to know about Oscars 2017 nominationsSociety & Culture January 24, 19:57
Konchalovsky glad his film Paradise is absent from list of Oscar nomineesSociety & Culture January 24, 18:55
Russian meteorology service reports 2016 is record warm year in ArcticBusiness & Economy January 24, 18:22
Russian chief negotiator comments on outcome of Syria peace talks in AstanaRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 24, 18:11
Legendary Isinbayeva blasts recent German film on alleged doping in Russian athleticsSport January 24, 18:07
Russian senator says Astana meeting on settling Syrian crisis proves successfulRussian Politics & Diplomacy January 24, 17:55
MOSCOW, October 19. /TASS/. Coordination of the final report on the air crash in Vnukovo that killed Total CEO Cristophe de Margerie will be completed soon, the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) said on Monday.
"After all members of the commission sign the report, it will sent to the countries that participated in the investigation," the IAC said.
All sub-commissions and working groups have completed their work, and all necessary information about the crash was collected and analyzed, IAC said. The investigation commission almost finished works on establishing the reasons, circumstances and factors of the air crash, and on developing measures to prevent similar accidents from occurring in the future.
"The commission worked together with a representative of the French Bureau d'Enquetes et d'Analyses pour la securite de l'aviation civile [authority responsible for safety investigations into accidents or incidents in civil aviation] - as the country that designed, manufactured, registered and operated the aircraft; and Dutch Safety Board — as the country that developed the extended system of controlling and managing surface movement [A-SMGCS]," IAC said.
On the night from October 20 to October 21, a Falcon business jet of the French oil corporation Total staked a snowplow during takeoff from Vnukovo, caught fire and crashed on the runway, killing the corporation’s CEO Christophe de Margerie and the three-strong crew of the jet. Russian authorities instituted a criminal case on charges of encroachment on the regulations for safe air traffic and safe aircraft operations.