Unchecked suitcase revealed aboard Russian aircraft A321
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 17
A loader put an unchecked suitcase aboard the Russian aircraft A321. This loader received this suitcase from an employee of the Sharm el-Sheikh airport, Reuters reported, citing the sources in the Egyptian security agencies, RIA Novosti reported.
The security agencies are searching for two individuals. According to the sources, the entire airport personnel were interrogated. The relevant services are examining the appropriate records from the surveillance cameras.
Earlier, on Oct. 31, an Airbus 321 aircraft of Russian airline Kogalymavia, which was en route from Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh Airport to Saint Petersburg, crashed in Sinai.
The disaster, in which 217 passengers and seven crew members lost their lives, is believed to be the deadliest aviation disaster in the history of Russia and the Soviet Union.
During the meeting, Bortnikov informed President Putin that the examination of the personal belongings and luggage of the passengers onboard the aircraft as well as the plane's wreckage revealed the trails of an explosive substance.