Black Box Reveals Technical Failure Didn’t Lead Russian Plane Crash

April 27, 2023 8:48 am3 commentsViews: 372

French aviation officials have confirmed the Russian Metrojet Airbus A321 crashed last week in Egypt was not the result of technical failures as flight data recorder suggests a violent and sudden explosion.

Black Box Reveals Technical Failure Didn't Lead Russian Plane Crash

All the 224 people onboard were killed in the crash that was immediately claimed by Islamic State terror group in Egypt to have bombed down without explaining how they had done it.

The IS has called for a war against the US as well as Russia over their air strikes in Syria.

However, the Russian as well as the Egyptian agencies denied the claims saying it is not possible to shoot a plane flying above 3000 feet from ground.

The Russian plane was flying from Sharm el Sheikh to St Petersburg. It crashed above Sinai last Saturday. Most of the onboard were Russian.

Lately it is believed a bomb may has been smuggled into the plan to explode midair.

Meanwhile, the US has tightened security on planes coming from Egypt and UK has suspended several flights to the area.

About 20,000 UK citizens have been stranded in Sharm and they are being brought back to home by rescue flights.

An emergency headquarters has been set up in the area by Russia to coordinate evacuations.


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