Orenburg officials will give the families of the passengers of the An-148 day’s pay


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Orenburg officials will give a day’s earnings to the families of those killed in the crash of An-148 aircraft, “Saratov airlines” in the suburbs. This was reported by radio station “Moscow speaking” in the administration of Orsk of the Orenburg region.

In addition, the head of the region Yuri Berg promised in addition to the insurance payments to provide affected families with assistance to pay for education of their children and repayment of loans.

It is noted that more than 70 people aboard was flying to Orsk aircraft, 35 were residents of the Orenburg region. Whether it is just them in the city administration said.

The government is already holding talks about replacing the carrier in this area, reports “Interfax”. “The flight Moscow — Orsk needs to be saved, as it is very popular, and Orsk airport meets all international standards,” — said the head of the Department of information policy of administration of the region Inna averkova.

The plane An-148 of “Saratov airlines”, EN route from Moscow to Orsk, crashed the afternoon of 11 February in Ramenskoe district of Moscow region. On Board were 65 passengers and six crew members, they all died. A criminal case on violation of safety regulations, entailed on imprudence death of two and more persons (part 3 article 263 of the criminal code). The preliminary cause of emergency weather conditions, the human factor and the technical condition of the liner.

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