Black-box data retrieved from plane that crashed in Russia - Reuters

Aviation experts inspect the flight recorder from the crashed Boeing 737-800 Flight FZ981 operated by Dubai-based budget carrier Flydubai, in Moscow, Russia, in this handout image released by the Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee on March 20, 2016.

Rostov-on-Don Airport Runway Restored After FlyDubai Plane Crash - Sputnik International

The runway at the Rostov-on-Don Airport (ROV), where a Boeing 737-800 passenger jet crashed on Saturday killing 62 people, has been restored, the Russian Emergencies Ministry's press service said. MOSCOW (Sputnik) — On Saturday, the FlyDubai ...

Russia plane crash: Flight recorders 'significantly damaged' - CNN

(CNN) Investigators working to extract data from flight recorders from a flydubai jet that crashed in Russia say they are "significantly damaged." Flight FZ981 from the United Arab Emirates was making its second attempt to land in Rostov-on-Don early ...

'She's not coming back, but I keep hoping': Families & friends grieve for Flydubai crash victims - RT

It is not only the families of the crash victims of Flydubai flight FZ981 who have been mourning their tragic loss – entire communities in two faraway cities, Rostov-on-Don in southern Russia and UAE's Dubai, are in shock. TrendsFlydubaiGate.

Flydubai plane crash: flight FZ981 recorded delayed landings at Rostov-on-Don airport - gulfnews.com

Dubai: Flydubai flight FZ981 was almost always delayed in landing at Russia's Rostov-on-Don airport, reveals data from FlightStats, industry provider of real-time global flight data to companies and individuals across the travel network. The Dubai ...

Black boxes badly damaged in Russia plane crash; data retrieval in doubt - The Japan Times

ROSTOV-ON-DON, RUSSIA – Aviation experts on Sunday began examining the black boxes from the FlyDubai flight that crashed amid high winds at an airport in southern Russia but said the cockpit voice and data recorders were badly damaged. FlyDubai's ...

Russia examines damaged black boxes from plane crash that killed 62 - USA TODAY

Russian aviation investigators began examining the damaged "black boxes" Sunday for the cause of a crash that killed 62 people when an airliner plunged out of the sky while attempting to land in bad weather. Russia's Interstate Aviation Committee said ...

Russia mourns plane crash victims as investigation begins - Irish Times

Relatives gathered to mourn the 62 victims of a passenger jet crash in southern Russia on Sunday and officials warned an investigation could take weeks to determine the cause of the downing. At Rostov-on-Don airport about 400 people paid their respects ...

Flight Recorders Were Badly Damaged in Russia Plane Crash - TIME

Flight recorders from the Flydubai passenger jet that crashed Saturday in southern Russia, killing all 62 people on board, are “significantly damaged,” authorities said. Officials were working Sunday to recover the information from the damaged ...

Doomed FlyDubai pilots were BOTH set to become fathers - and one was on last flight before new job - Mirror.co.uk

The two pilots of the doomed FlyDubai flight which crashed in Russia yesterday, killing everyone onboard, were both due to become fathers, it has emerged. Captain Aristos Sokratous and co-pilot Alejandro Cruz Alava were at the controls of the Boeing ...

Boeing 737 Crashes In Russia Killing All 62 Onboard - AvStop Aviation News

March 20, 2016 - On Saturday, a United Arab Emirates Boeing 737-800 operated by Flydubai Airlines crashed killing all 62 passengers and crew onboard. Flight FZ981 had departed from Dubai Airport (DXB/OMDB), United Arab Emirates for Rostov Airport ...

Russia plane crash: Rostov-on-Don black boxes 'damaged' - BBC News

Aviation experts are examining two black boxes from the FlyDubai flight that crashed in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don, killing all 55 passengers and seven crew on board. But officials say the cockpit voice and data recorders have been ...

Russia plane crash: Flydubai says 'too early' to determine cause - euronews

Aviation experts are investigating what caused a passenger jet to crash as it tried to land in southern Russia, killing all 62 people on board. Most of those on board were Russian, reportedly holidaymakers. Russian officials say both of the plane's ...

Pilot error, lost fuel, terrorism? Experts discuss possible causes of Flight FZ981 crash - RT

Experts are now examining the available information as to what caused the crash of Flydubai Flight FZ981 in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don killing all 62 passengers and crew on board. The flight was en-route from Dubai on Saturday morning and ...

Two pilots flying doomed FlyDubai jet which crashed in Russia killing 62 were BOTH set to become new fathers and ... - Daily Mail

Further tragic details have come to light following the crash of the FlyDubai passenger jet in Russia - after it emerged both the pilots were set to become new fathers. Aristos Sokratous, the captain of the doomed jet, was on his final flight for ...

Flydubai crash: Only DNA can identify victims - gulfnews.com

People gather outside the airport, above, in Rostov-on-Don to remember the victims of Saturday's crash. The airport is to reopen today after recovery operations (right) continued throughout on Sunday. Published: 14:27 March 20, 2016 Gulf News.

Investigation Into Cause of FlyDubai Jet Crash in Russia Gets Under Way - Wall Street Journal

Air-accident investigators have begun trying to extract information from the black boxes of the FlyDubai jetliner that crashed in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don on Saturday, killing all 62 people aboard, according to officials involved in the probe ...

Damaged FlyDubai flight recorders will take weeks to decode - The Guardian

Vasily Golubev, governor of the Rostov region, speaks to journalists at the airport of Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Photograph: Rex/Xinhua. Russia. Damaged FlyDubai flight recorders will take weeks to decode. Russian regulator says specialists have begun ...

Flydubai chief executive: 'Airport was good enough to land' - gulfnews.com

Flydubai chief executive Ghaith Al Ghaith, right, and senior VP of flight operations James Vial speak about the crash of Flight FZ981 the Dubai Media Office. Published: 15:16 March 20, 2016. Alexander Cornwell, Staff Reporter. SMALL; MEDIUM; LARGE.

Chilling last words of the pilot before Flydubai plane crash - Khaleej Times

The pilot asked the officials if weather was better as they made their approach to Rostov-on-Don airport. A haunting audio conversation between the pilot right before the plane crashed in Southern Russia reveals their concerns about the weather.