A Kazakhstan-based SCAT Airlines Bombardier CRJ200 crashed on approach to Almaty Airport Tuesday. Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported all 16 passengers and five crew members were killed. Flight DV760 reportedly crashed around 1:13 p.m. local time. According to the Flight Safety Foundation’s Aviation Safety Network, the flight originated from Kokshetau Airport. Weather conditions included fog at the time of the crash. The plane was found 5 km. from Almaty. SCAT Airlines was ...

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