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Russian Airbus A321 crash in Egypt

November 01, 2015, 0:32 UTC+3
There were 224 people on board. No one survived
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On October 31, Kogalymavia airline’s Flight 9268 carrying Russian tourists home on board Airbus A321 crashed just 30 minutes after taking off in Egypt
On October 31, Kogalymavia airline’s Flight 9268 carrying Russian tourists home on board Airbus A321 crashed just 30 minutes after taking off in Egypt
On October 31, Kogalymavia airline’s Flight 9268 carrying Russian tourists home on board Airbus A321 crashed just 30 minutes after taking off in Egypt
© Marina Lystseva/TASS
The plane debris was spotted in the north of the Sinai Peninsula, some 100 kilometres south of the city of El-Arish
The plane debris was spotted in the north of the Sinai Peninsula, some 100 kilometres south of the city of El-Arish
The plane debris was spotted in the north of the Sinai Peninsula, some 100 kilometres south of the city of El-Arish
© Flightradar24.com screen shot
There were 217 passengers and seven crew members on board. Photo: Relatives of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt
There were 217 passengers and seven crew members on board. Photo: Relatives of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt
There were 217 passengers and seven crew members on board. Photo: Relatives of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt
© Sergei Konkov/TASS
According to Egypt’s officials, no one survived. Photo: Relatives of of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt, at Pulkovo airport in St.Petersburg, Russia
According to Egypt’s officials, no one survived. Photo: Relatives of of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt, at Pulkovo airport in St.Petersburg, Russia
According to Egypt’s officials, no one survived. Photo: Relatives of of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt, at Pulkovo airport in St.Petersburg, Russia
© Alexandr Demyanchyuk/TASS
Police standing guard outside a morgue in Cairo, Egypt, ahead of the arrival of bodies of Russian plane crash victims
Police standing guard outside a morgue in Cairo, Egypt, ahead of the arrival of bodies of Russian plane crash victims
Police standing guard outside a morgue in Cairo, Egypt, ahead of the arrival of bodies of Russian plane crash victims
© AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty
Ambulances transporting the bodies of the victims of the Russian passenger flight crash at the Zeinhom morgue, Cairo, Egypt
Ambulances transporting the bodies of the victims of the Russian passenger flight crash at the Zeinhom morgue, Cairo, Egypt
Ambulances transporting the bodies of the victims of the Russian passenger flight crash at the Zeinhom morgue, Cairo, Egypt
© EPA/MOHAMMED HOSSAM
 Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
 Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
© Suliman el-Oteify, Egypt Prime Minister's Office via AP
 Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
 Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
© Suliman el-Oteify, Egypt Prime Minister's Office via AP
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
© EPA/STR
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
© EPA/STR
Item of clothing at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
Item of clothing at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
Item of clothing at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
© Suliman el-Oteify, Egypt Prime Minister's Office via AP
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On October 31, Kogalymavia airline’s Flight 9268 carrying Russian tourists home on board Airbus A321 crashed just 30 minutes after taking off in Egypt
© Marina Lystseva/TASS
The plane debris was spotted in the north of the Sinai Peninsula, some 100 kilometres south of the city of El-Arish
© Flightradar24.com screen shot
There were 217 passengers and seven crew members on board. Photo: Relatives of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt
© Sergei Konkov/TASS
According to Egypt’s officials, no one survived. Photo: Relatives of of those on the Metrojet flight that crashed in Egypt, at Pulkovo airport in St.Petersburg, Russia
© Alexandr Demyanchyuk/TASS
Police standing guard outside a morgue in Cairo, Egypt, ahead of the arrival of bodies of Russian plane crash victims
© AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty
Ambulances transporting the bodies of the victims of the Russian passenger flight crash at the Zeinhom morgue, Cairo, Egypt
© EPA/MOHAMMED HOSSAM
Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
© Suliman el-Oteify, Egypt Prime Minister's Office via AP
Sherif Ismail and military and government officials at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
© Suliman el-Oteify, Egypt Prime Minister's Office via AP
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
© EPA/STR
Debris from crashed Russian jet, Sinai, Egypt
© EPA/STR
Item of clothing at the site where a passenger plane crashed in Hassana Egypt
© Suliman el-Oteify, Egypt Prime Minister's Office via AP

The aircraft A321 of the airline Kogalymavia carrying out flight Sharm el-Sheikh - Petersburg crashed on Saturday, October 31, 100km from Arish in North Sinai. There were 224 people onboard. According to Egypt’s officials, no one survived. November 1 was declared national day of mourning in Russia over plane crash in Egypt.

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