‘Bomb in the cargo hold cause crash Russian aircraft in Sinai’
The crash of a Russian airliner last year on 31 October in the Sinai in Egypt was caused by a bomb on board, which was placed by terrorists.
By an explosion in the cargo hold of the Airbus 321, 22 minutes after takeoff at Sharm-el-Sheikh, collapsed device from nearly 10 kilometers up, down in the sinai desert. All of the 224 occupants were killed. The plane was on the way to St. Petersburg, Russia.
That is the conclusion of a study by a team of international luchtvaartexperts, writes the Russian newspaper Kommersant on Wednesday.
The explosion broke the tail of the aircraft. The Airbus of society Kogalymavia/Metrojet popped up immediately with the nose down and crashed. Most of the passengers were dying by the sudden change in air pressure.
Islamic State demanded, still on October 31, the responsibility on. Egypt did it as nonsense. In February, acknowledged the Egyptian president Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, however, that terrorists have a bomb in the plane, had posted. The Kremlin ordered for the sake of the safety of all flights to Egypt.