Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS

Russia to Get Rid of Tu-134
24.06.2011 15:35
Russia to Get Rid of Tu-134

 Russian Transportation Ministry will ban flights of Tu-134 next year. The planes will be taken out of service following the crash that killed 45 people. 

      The passenger jet crashed on Monday, on a highway in Petrozavodsk, Karelia province, 400 miles northwest of Moscow. The investigative agency said the crash happened due to bad weather, human error or a technical malfunction. 

      Rosaviatsia and the Transport Ministry has already composed a schedule for the withdrawal of the Tu-134 from use on regular flights. According to the Transport Ministry, 852 Tu-134 that were built, 179 remain, 90 of them are still flying.

Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian transport aircraft    

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter      submit

Amber Room  Russian oil  Kirov Region  music  Yakutsk  St. Petersburg Parks   Bells  hacker attack  Arzamas  Nature Reserves  Book of the Year  Russian business  Pussy Riot  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  Abakan  Russian models  unusual Moscow  Nikolay Borodachev  Russian economy  Kolomenskoye  Tretyakov Gallery  St. Petersburg  Alexander Bondar  Navalny Brothers  Saransk  pharmaceutical industry in Russia  Transparency International  Russian science  Exhibitions in Moscow  Russian Cinema  Vladimir Zeldin  chess  Moscow gardens  Russian tourism  ENEA  Ilya Kabakov  Moscow Region  Pskov Region  aircraft  Alexey Balabanov  Book Tickets for Concerts  Roman Abramovich  Lev Yudin  Elbrus  Moscow  Moscow hotels  anniversary  Gourmet Tours  Turkish stream  Russian scientists 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites