Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, August 25 / Trend R.Meshadihasanly/ Only 22 people of 90 passengers could survive as a result of a crash of Boeing airliner in Kyrgyzstan, Yelena Bayalinova, a spokeswoman for the Kyrgyz Health Ministry, told Trend .
Boing-737, which belonged to Itek Air company of Kyrgyzstan and leased by Iceman company of Iran took off at 20.30 [local time] through Bishkek - Teheran flight (6895). The plane tried to make a crash landing. Unfortunately, it fell down in two kilometers of Manas international airport near Jangi-Jer village and burnt out completely. According to initial data, the airliner had 90 passengers and crew members (including 51 foreign citizens) on its board
Still no information was provided about existence of citizens of Azerbaijan and Turkey among the passengers. Azerbaijani and Turkish embassies were to receive a list of passengers on the crashed airliner no sooner than Monday morning, Trend reports.