Accident investigators are looking at whether heavy fog played a role in Saturday's crash of a UTair Tu-134 that killed six passengers at Samara Airport. Reports from the city in southwest Russia and data supplied by the Flight Safety Foundation's Aviation Safety Network said the aircraft landed 400 m. short of the runway and flipped over after the left wing touched the ground. There were 50 passengers and seven crew onboard. ASN described the weather as "freezing fog" with visibility of 150 ...

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