The preliminary cause of the crash of a private plane in Afghanistan has been named
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Two people died and four more survived as a result of a plane crash in the Afghan province of Badakhshan.
As reported by the Federal Air Transport Agency, the Falcon plane that disappeared in Afghanistan was registered in the state register of civil aircraft of Russia; preliminary, there were six people on board: four crew members and two passengers.
The plane was performing a charter ambulance flight on the route Gaya (India) - Tashkent (Uzbekistan) - Zhukovsky (Russia).
Technical failure of two engines was the preliminary cause of the crash of the Falcon 10B in Afghanistan.