‘External’ factors caused pile-up of craft in Egypt: Russian airline

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Moscow, Russia: The Russian newcomer jet that crashed in Egypt could usually have damaged adult midair given of “external” factors, a airline association pronounced Monday.

“There are no technical failures that could lead to a craft violation adult in a air,” Alexander Smirnov, executive of flights during Kogalymavia licence airline told a press discussion in Moscow.

He combined that “the usually reason — is some kind of outmost action”, but giving serve details.

A lady lights a candle in Kazansky Cathedral in St.Petersburg on 2 November, 2015, in memory of a victims of a jetliner crash. AFPA lady lights a candle in Kazansky Cathedral in St.Petersburg on 2 November, 2015, in memory of a victims of a jetliner crash. AFP

A lady lights a candle in Kazansky Cathedral in St.Petersburg on 2 November, 2015, in memory of a victims of a jetliner crash. AFP

He pronounced a craft began descending out of control and a pilots had no time to news a puncture situation.

“The organisation totally mislaid control and for that reason there was not one try to get in hit and news on a collision conditions onboard,” Smirnov said.

The craft was “flying out of control — that is it wasn’t flying, it was falling,” he said.

“Apparently by that impulse a craft had perceived poignant repairs to a construction that did not concede it to continue a flight.”

While stressing a need to wait for a commentary of an investigation, Smirnov pronounced that he ruled out both a technical blunder and tellurian error.

“We order out technical faultiness of a plane, we bar a mistake by a commander or a crew, a supposed tellurian factor,” he said.

He pronounced a craft was in “excellent technical condition” during a time of a accident.

The Moscow-based airline’s technical executive also ruled out that repairs to a craft while it was underneath prior tenure could have been a factor, observant that it had been frequently checked since.

AFP