A Metrojet-branded Airbus A321, operated by Russian carrier Kogalymavia, has crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula shortly after take-off from Sharm el-Sheikh airport on Oct. 31. The A321 was operating flight 7K9268 between Sharm el-Sheikh and Saint Petersburg. It is unlikely there are any survivors among the 224 people on board, according to the Russian embassy in Cairo. Flight tracking site Flightradar24 identifies the aircraft as tail number EI-ETJ (MSN663), an IAE ...

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