Killed at SVO takeoff strip turned out to be citizen of Armenia
The man was deported to his homeland from Spain, but on the way to Armenia, he escaped from a plane.
The identity of the man, whose remains were found on Tuesday on the takeoff strip of the Sheremetyevo airport (SVO) in Moscow, was established; he is a citizen of Armenia. This is reported by the Mash Telegram channel.
According to the source, the man was deported from Spain to Armenia. During a transfer in Moscow, he fled from an airplane.
"He flew to Sheremetyevo from Madrid at 6:00 pm Moscow time; there was a transfer in Moscow: he was supposed to fly to Yerevan, but escaped from the flight and ended up on the runway," Mash writes.
It is also reported that the man behaved inadequately on board the plane on the way to Moscow: he rioted and hit the flight attendant.
On November 20, the crew of the Boeing 737 informed the dispatcher of a collision with an animal after the departure to Athens. Since the systems did not signal damage, the aircraft was not returned to the airport of departure. Later, the body of a man and his personal belongings were found during the inspection of the territory.
The Investigative Committee of Russia initiated a criminal case.
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