MOSCOW, March 31. /TASS/. A representative of the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) will fly to Germany on Monday to visit the scene of the a plane crash, in which Natalia Fileva, chairwoman of the board of directors of the S7 Group, died, Deputy Chairman of the IAC Sergei Zayko told TASS.
"The authorized representative from the IAC will fly there (to the scene of the plane crash - TASS) tomorrow," he said.
"The IAC will participate in the work of the investigative commission in accordance with international standards,"he added.
Earlier, the press service of S7 reported that the private Epic-LT plane with Natalia Fileva onboard crashed when landing at the Egelsbach Airport (Frankfurt-am-Main). The circumstances of the crash are not known yet. Fileva was 55.
According to the company, the investigation of the incident will be conducted by an international commission in the prescribed manner with the participation of the Russian aviation authorities.
Natalia Fileva was born in Novosibirsk. She owned S7 Group together with her husband Vladislav. The group includes S7 Airlines, the largest private airline of the Russian Federation, and its subsidiary Globus, which is responsible for domestic transportation.