Air crash in Russia: Boeing crashed in Kazan, 50 passengers feared to dead

Eastern EuropeAir crash in Russia: Boeing crashed in Kazan, 50 passengers feared to...

Moscow: Passenger Boeing crashed in Kazan, Russia. 50 passengers feared to dead. The passenger aircraft Boeing 737-500 operated by the regional Tatarstan airline exploded after crash-landing in the airport of Kazan at 15:25 GMT, according to Interfax. The flight was coming from Moscow Domodedovo airport.  Boeing 737-500 was flying as domestic passenger aircraft since June 18, 1990 (23 years 5 months). Tatarstan Airlines Flight 363 departed from Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport (DME) at 18:20 local time on a scheduled passenger flight to Kazan (KZN).

According to a spokeswoman from the Emergencies Ministry of Russia, 52 people were on board and are feared dead. Another report from the Federal Air Transport Agency said that 50 people – including six crew members – were on board, all of whom were killed.

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