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False Claim of Aeroflot crash

Old 11th Jan 2016, 00:14
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False Claim of Aeroflot crash

This is BS, right?

Ukrainian media disseminate information about the crash of the Beijing-Moscow and victims.

"8 January, a few kilometers from the capital of China crashed passenger aircraft Airbus 330-300 companies Aeroflot, flight SU200 carrying out Moscow - Beijing with 285 passengers on board.

Aircraft taking off at 11.50 from Sheremetyevo Airport in the direction of Beijing Beijing Capital International Airport, about midnight Beijing time, vanished from the radar it reached several hundred kilometers, write the Chinese media.

Due to bad weather conditions Airbus 330-300 lost control, and disappeared from the radar, the alleged crash site have left the rescue team. How many Russians were on board the aircraft is not known yet. The Chinese authorities have not confirmed the version about a possible terrorist attack on an airplane.

Surprisingly, the Russian media still hold back information about the crash, as it was at first in Egypt.

Based on research by Russian media resources, źNews Daily Ukraine" publishes the news, referring to the Chinese media. News is updated.

Beijing Capital International Airport - the largest airport in Beijing, China's total passenger traffic and the second in the world. Located 20 km north-east of the center of Beijing".

This information have not confirms by Russian and Chinese media still.

In China crashed Russian passenger plane from Moscow to Beijing - 285 Russians died!!! - Big5
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Old 11th Jan 2016, 00:47
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SU200 on this date was operated by A330 VQ-BCU, which arrived on time, returned to Moscow, and has since operated weekend ski flights to Geneva and to Munich, and is currently on its way to Tokyo.
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And a second article on the same thing that didn't happen

http:// provse.te.ua/2016/01/v-kytae-razbylsya-rossyjskyj-passazhyrskyj-samolet-moskva-pekyn-285-rossyyan-pohybly/
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And a third

? ????? ???????? ?????????? ???????????? ??????? ??????-????? ? 285 ?????????? ???????... : ?????????.????

This one featuring a photo of the wreckage from the September 2008 crash of SU821 at Perm.

A pretty pointless, not to say tasteless, hoax.
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I like how it has been made up so much and so badly that who ever made the disgusting false report used a screenshot from Flight Simulator and not rob a real picture
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This is complete nonsense... I really wonder what's the point of it ??
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Bulgarian and Ukranian clickbait sites - news hoovering rather than gathering.

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