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Hundreds of tourists could not leave Domodedovo Airport in Moscow
30.07.2007 13:49
Hundreds of tourists could not leave Domodedovo Airport in Moscow

This weekend a number of incidents took place in Domodedovo Airport, Moscow. On Saturday morning a Boeing 757 bound for Naples (Italy) had to return to Moscow due to a crack of the windscreen in the pilots cabin which occurred at a height of 10600 metres. Passengers spent 15 hours waiting for the next plane.
      Besides, on Saturday 6 flights of the air company VIM-Avia were simultaneously delayed and passengers had to spend several hours at the airport. However, it was not the most terrible tragedy compared to what happened Sunday morning: a cargo plane An-12 crashed near the town Domodedovo nobody of the 8 people aboard survived. The crashed plane had been exploited since 1964. The aircrafts flight recorders have been found and after they are decoded the reasons of the air crash will become known.
      
      Sources: www.turist.ru www.interfax.ru


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