Russian investigators have not been able to identify why a Kazakhstan-based SCAT Airlines Bombardier CRJ200 crashed on approach to Almaty Airport in January 2013, killing all 16 passengers and five crew members. Russia’s Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC), which focused its investigation on go-around flight maneuvers, has decided the investigation needs more research to determine why the aircraft’s descent during the accident sequence resulted in a crash. The Committee said in a ...

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