Malaysian Boeing broke apart back in the air
09 september 2014, 17:05 1299 views


According to the report, the plane during the flight showed no signals that would point to a technical problem, reports ITAR-TASS.

"In the cockpit could not hear any warning signals that would point to the technical problems - the document says. - There is no evidence that the plane crash caused by technical malfunctions or errors of the crew."

According to the investigation, the nature of the scatter debris indicate that the aircraft disintegrated in the air. "Boeing 777-200" Malaysian Airlines "flying flight MN17, collapsed in the air, probably as a result of contact with a large number of plane objects with high energy", - the report says.

The exact causes of the crash will require further investigation. The final report should be published within a year from the time of the crash.

Boeing 777 of "Malaysian Airlines", flying from Amsterdam - Kuala Lumpur, crashed on July 17 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. All 298 people aboard the aircraft were killed.

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