After Moscow Take-Off, all 71 People On Board killed As Russian Plane Crashed

A Russian plane crashed near Moscow just after the take off from one of the largest airports and all the 71 people on the board have been killed on Sunday afternoon as confirmed by officials.


It is reported that flight 703 crashed just after takeoff from the airport on Sunday while this Russian flight was operated by regional carrier Saratov Airlines.

All the people on board have killed as there were total 65 passengers along the six crew members and according to the Russian emergency ministry that it went down near the village of Stepanovskoe about fifty miles of southeast of Moscow.

It is very sad news for the world while according to the regional transportation prosecutor-general of Moscow that all the people on the board were killed, there are no survivors and the reasons of the flight crash were not released still now.

The flight was departed from the Domodedovo Airport at 2:21 p.m. while according to the officials that Antonov AN-148 small jet was in 1000 miles of southeast of Moscow in the Orenburg region.

Headed to city Orsk near the Kazakhstan border as reported by Russian aviation authority Rosaviatsia.

According to the Emergency Situations Ministry that within some minutes the plane has been disappeared from the radar.

Radio connections with the crew were lost and according to FlightRadar24, which is an online site that captures the real-time flight information that just after six minutes of takeoff plane has lost its altitude.

The names and information of all the passengers and crew have been posted online by Emergency Situations Ministry on Sunday while it is reported that at least three children were on the plane and one Swiss citizen is included in 71 dead people.