Head of Rosaviatsiya, Russian state civil aviation agency, Alexander Neradko has called the aviation community to refrain from expression assumptions on causes of the A321 plane crash in Egypt.
“It is too early to speak of what caused the crash, there is no basis for it. I would like to ask the aviation community to refrain from hasty conclusions,” Neradko said in an interview to Rossiya-24 TV-channel.
On October 31, an Airbus A321 plane belonging to Kogalymavia airlines was flying from Sharm el-Sheikh to St. Petersburg and crashed on Sinai Peninsula. 217 passengers and 7 crew members were aboard the plane. Under most recent data, the plane went to pieces in the air and fell to the land almost vertically.