FlyDubai representatives arrive in Rostov-on-Don

Representatives will take part in their Boeing crash probe.

Representatives from the FlyDubai airline company that owned the Boeing passenger airliner which crashed at the Rostov airport have arrived in Rostov-on-Don.

They have begun studying the materials relating to the air crash, a representative of the regional emergency headquarters in charge of the clean-up operation said on Sunday.

The group consists of 14 people, an airport source told Interfax.

A representative from the UAE aviation authorities is also expected to arrive in Rostov on Sunday, he said.

Read more: 62 dead as FlyDubai plane crashes in Rostov-on-Don - update

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