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The search for the missing An-2 in the summer resumed in the Irkutsk region
In the Irkutsk region, on October 27, the search for the missing An-2 aircraft, which took off from Buryatia, resumed. On the basis of billing data from the phones of the crew members, the specialists established the most likely location of the aircraft.
Earlier with a request to resume searches in the Federal Air Transport Agency asked the governor Irkutsk region Igor Kobzev. The search group included employees of the regional Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Ministry of Defense, and the regional fire and rescue service.
According to the press service of the regional Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergencies, the search will be conducted according to the developed plan for four days. The works will take place in the Cheremkhovsky district. An Angara helicopter will survey the area from the air to determine suitable landing sites for search engines. Then drones will continue to work from the air.
An-2 departed from Buryatia disappeared on 19 July... There were six people on board. The missing plane belonged to Phoenix Airlines. In the Tunkinsky district, where he disappeared, introduced emergency mode... In Buryatia found the wreckage of An-2, however, it turned out that they belonged to an aircraft that crashed last year.