The committee investigating the crash Sept. 14, 2008 of a Boeing 737-500 operated by Russian Aeroflot-Nord airline said the probable cause was loss of orientation by the flight crew. The aircraft (flight Su-821), which flew from Moscow to Perm in the Urals, crashed on landing, killing all 82 passengers and six crewmembers. â€śThe direct reason of the crash was the crewâ€™s, first of all captain, who piloted [the] aircraft manually at the final stage of flight, loss of spatial ...
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