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CONFIRMED MUSLIM #TERRORISM CRASHED #FlyDubai #FZ981 #Boeing 737 At Rostov-on-Don Airport, Russia Killing All 62 People On Board

Crash The plane missed the runway on its second attempt to land and crashed some 300 meters (nearly 1,000 feet) away from the airstrip. The incident took place at 03:50 local time (00:50 GMT) on Saturday. Sputniknews Read More>>>>

Officials have been forced to bring in dogs to search for remains at the FlyDubai crash site after the plane was obliterated as it tried to land in 'hurricane-force winds'. Four children were among the 62 people killed when Flight FZ981 plummeted to the ground at Rostov-on-Don airport around 4am Moscow time. The plane was carrying 55 passengers and seven crew members from Dubai when it crashed as it attempted to land for a second time in bad weather conditions. Vasily Golubev, the governor of the Rostov region, this afternoon revealed that the plane crashed around 800ft short of the runway. He added: 'By all appearances, the cause of the air crash was the strongly gusting wind, approaching a hurricane level.' Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>

Accident involving flydubai FZ981

Last updated: 19 Mar 2016 07:56

flydubai regrets to confirm that flight FZ981 crashed on landing and that fatalities have been confirmed as a result of this tragic accident. The aircraft departed from Dubai International (DXB) at 18:20 GMT bound for Rostov on Don (ROV). The accident occurred in Rostov on Don at approximately 00:50 GMT.

We are doing all we can to gather information as quickly as possible. At this moment our thoughts and prayers are with our passengers and our crew who were on board the aircraft. We will do everything we can to help those who have been affected by this accident.

We are putting our emergency response in place and we will be working closely with all the authorities involved. We will share as much information as possible just as soon as we can and we will provide updated information on a regular basis.

For any concerned friends or family: + 44203 4508 853 or +9714 293 4100.

For media enquiries: +1407 205 1813

For media enquiries (Arabic Only): +971 52 517 4642.

Statement relating to flydubai FZ981

Last updated: 19 Mar 2016 09:57

flydubai is deeply sorry to confirm the following information in relation to the tragic accident involving flight FZ981 which was flying from Dubai International (DXB) to Rostov on Don (ROV). While we are still awaiting final confirmation, it is with great sadness that we report we believe there are no survivors. We are unable to provide more specific details at this moment but we will provide updates as soon as we possibly can.

At this moment our thoughts and prayers are with the families of our passengers and crew who were on board the aircraft. We are working with the local emergency services and other agencies who are at the scene.

flydubai is in the process of verifying the passenger list however preliminary numbers indicate 55 passengers and 7 crew on board on the Next-Generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The aircraft had departed Dubai International (DXB) at 18.20GMT on Friday 18 March and was due to arrive that evening at 22.40GMT.

Speaking about the incident, flydubai CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith, said, “We offer our deepest condolences to the families of the passengers and crew. Everyone at flydubai is in deep shock and our hearts go out to the families and friends of those involved. We don’t yet know all the details of the accident but we are working closely with the authorities to establish the cause. We are making every effort to care for those affected and will provide assistance to the loved ones of those on board.”

flydubai is activating family reception centres for relatives of passengers and we have issued the following numbers for relatives to call: 

+44 203 450 8853 (UK)

+971 (0) 42934100 (UAE)

In addition we have set up a media call centre that can be contacted on the following number:

+1407 205 1813

+971 55 517 4642 (Arabic language)

An update will be issued as soon as more information becomes available.

Statement relating to flydubai flight FZ981

Last updated: 19 Mar 2016 11:36

Following our earlier statements more information is now available relating to flydubai flight FZ981.
flydubai very much regrets to confirm that the accident involving flight number FZ981 at Rostov-on-Don earlier today has resulted in 55 passenger fatalities including 33 women, 18 men and 4 children. The nationalities of the deceased passengers include 44 Russians, 8 Ukrainians, 2 Indians and 1 Uzbekistani.

We are currently contacting relatives of the passengers and crew who were on board and we are offering any help we can to those affected.

Chief Executive Officer Ghaith Al Ghaith, with the support of the full management team, is leading our response to the accident. At this stage the focus of our efforts is on establishing the facts around the incident and providing all possible support to the authorities.

Our emergency response team are now en-route to Rostov-on-Don.

The aircraft involved was a Next-Generation Boeing 737-800.

Statement from the CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith

Last updated: 19 Mar 2016 15:59

On behalf of everyone at flydubai, I would like to express the devastation we all feel in relation to this morning’s tragic events in Rostov-on-Don. Our primary concern is for the passengers and crew involved at this tragic time. Everyone in our company is in deep shock and our hearts go out to all loved ones of those involved.

We are still in the process of gathering all the information we possibly can, but at this stage I will share the facts that we are able to confirm now. At 00.50GMT today flydubai flight FZ981 crashed at Rostov-on-Don and I am very sorry to say that we believe that there are no survivors. Onboard the aircraft, 55 passengers including 33 women, 18 men and 4 children and 7 crew members of whom 5 were male and 2 were female. The nationalities of the passengers included 44 Russians, 8 Ukrainians, 2 Indians and 1 Uzbekistani.

I am personally leading our accident response with the support of the full management team. At this stage the focus of our efforts is on establishing the facts around the incident and providing all possible support to the authorities. As I speak members of our team are contacting relatives of the passengers and crew who were on board and we are offering any help we can to those affected.

In addition, we have activated our Emergency Response Team who are on their way now to the site.

We do not yet know all the details of the incident but we are working closely with the authorities to establish precisely what happened. We are making every effort to care for those affected and will provide assistance to the families and friends of those who were on board. Finally, I would like to say once more how deeply we feel for those affected by this tragedy.

Of course the cause of the crash is never Muslims:

flydubai downplays possibility terrorism caused Russia crash

DUBAI (AFP) - Budget airline flydubai played down the possibility that terrorism caused the crash of one of its airliners in Russia Saturday, killing all 62 people on board. The Dubai-based airline's chief executive Ghaith al-Ghaith described such a suggestion as "speculation". He told a news conference in Dubai that the Cypriot pilot and Spanish co-pilot each had nearly 6,000 hours of flying experience. The five other crew members were from Spain, Russia, the Seychelles, Colombia and Kyrgyzstan, he said. "The aircraft was checked on January 21," Ghaith added. The Boeing 737, which came from Dubai, was making its second attempt to land when it missed the runway in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don, erupting in a fireball. Ghaith said officials from the UAE civil aviation authorities and flydubai were going to Russia to participate in the investigation.

Asked if they would include explosive experts, civil aviation official Ismail al-Hosani told the same news conference: "No, there is nothing we said about (a) bomb."

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades named the pilot as Aristos Socratous, expressing his "shock and deep sorrow" over the crash. The Russian embassy in Nicosia said Socratous was 38 years old and from the southern coastal town of Limassol. France 24 Read More>>>>>
Co-pilots, Alejandro Álava Cruz (L) and Aristos Socratous

The Latest: Pilot in FlyDubai crash had a new job elsewhere
MOSCOW (AP) — A long-time friend of the Cypriot pilot of the crashed FlyDubai jet says the 38-year-old aviator was going to quit the airline after recently accepting a job with Ryanair in Cyprus.  The friend told The Associated Press on Saturday that Aristos Socratous, whose wife will give birth to the couple's first child in a few weeks, wanted to raise his family in Cyprus despite a drop in his wages.The friend, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he didn't want to be named discussing his friend's personal matters, said Socratous was an experienced pilot who had no complaints about FlyDubai and was happy about being promoted to full captain a year and a half ago.  Socratous had previously worked for Helios Airways, the Cypriot airline that shut down after a plane crash in 2005.  — Menelaos Hadjicostis in Brussels. Yahoo Read More>>>>>

Audio of Air Traffic Control & Pilot Communication
The seven minute conversation has been posted on YouTube by local news website DonDay and the pilot can be heard repeatedly asking if there is any improvement in the conditions or if there is any warning. Mirror Read More>>>>

And of course it will take two months before they announce that it was an act of terrorism:

"The terms of the investigations are set by [Russia's] criminal code — two months. But they could be prolonged because of the inspections' duration," Oksana Kovrizhnaya told reporters. Read More>>>>>

'Flight FZ981 should have made it'

It’s the flight that should have made it.  FlyDubai ticks all the boxes – latest generation of aircraft, all relatively new, and the airline has passed all the major safety audits.  It was rated a seven–star airline from a safety perspective. Passengers would have been certain that they would have an uneventful flight.  While it is too early to speculate on the tragedy, the weather appears to be a factor, with the latest reports suggesting that cross winds were gusting up as high as 97km/h at the airport at the time of impact.  However, the reported gust strength to the pilots was 76km/h. Western Australia Read More>>>>

View Of Crash Site

We are told the cause of the crash:

1. Weather
2. Technical issues
3. Pilot error

Terrorism is ruled out.......for now.....


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