- The Russian plane that crashed Saturday aired on the Sinai Peninsula has no distress call before it crashed. That said, the Egyptian Minister of Civil Aviation in the evening.
Would have shown initial findings that the pilot asked the air traffic control if he could make an emergency landing. But the minister now says there is no SOS message is received, writes the BBC. " Until the crash, we have not received information about problems in the plane. "
The unit contains 224 people from the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh were en route to St. Petersburg. Most of them were Russians. There is much uncertainty about the cause of the disaster. Several theories are doing the rounds, including a technical defect provisionally seems the most likely. However, unrest caused by Islamic State (IS), which claims to have the gear lowered.