Metrojet Crash In Egypt Is Third Airbus A321-200 Hull Loss

Credit: A Metrojet A321 similar to the one that crashed. Credit: Andrey Kirillov/AviaScope -
The Oct. 31 crash of Metrojet flight 9268 was only the third hull loss of an Airbus A321-200 and the worst accident so far involving the type. The aircraft was operating a scheduled service from Sharm el Sheikh (Egypt) to St. Petersburg, Russia with 224 people on board, among them 217 passengers. It...

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