Russia specifies nationalities of crashed Boeing’s crew members
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 19
Russia's Consulate General in Dubai has specified nationalities of all seven crew members of the crashed Boeing 737-800, RIA Novosti reported March 19.
"There were two Spanish citizens, one from Russia, one - from Kyrgyzstan, one - from Cyprus, one - from the Seychelles and one - from Colombia," said Russia's vice-consul in Dubai Anna Chernova.
Earlier, FlyDubai company specified nationality of passengers of the crashed Boeing-737-800: 44 Russians, 8 Ukrainians, 2 Indians, 1 Uzbek.
A passenger FlyDubai Boeing-737-800 en route from Dubai to Russia's Rostov-on-Don crashed March 19 at the city's airport after missing the runway amid poor visibility.
A total of 62 people were killed.
According to preliminary data, 55 passengers, including four children, and seven crew members were on board. All of them were killed in the crash, a source in Russian Emergencies Ministry said.