Monday, November 30, arrived in Moscow last this year flight from Egypt.
The plane «the Orenburg airlines», a subsidiary of «Aeroflot», who came from Sharm-al-Sheikh, has landed at the Moscow airport «Domodedovo» at 22:17 local time. On Board were 28 passengers, including four children, reported TASS the representative of the company.
Flights to Egypt will be suspended from December 1 to March 27, 2016.
Previously, the government of the Russian Federation has banned Russian airlines flights to Egypt pending investigation of the crash «Kogalymavia» in the Sinai Peninsula. Egyptian EgyptAir was banned from flying to Russia.
Airbus A321-231 airline «Kogalymavia» (MetroJet), on Board of which there were seven crew members and 217 of the passengers (including 25 children), EN route from Sharm El-Sheikh to St. Petersburg, crashed in the morning of 31 October in the Central part of the Sinai Peninsula, near the settlement Nehal. None of those on Board survived. This is the biggest disaster in the history of Russian aviation by number of victims.
On 17 November the Russian authorities acknowledged that the disaster was a result of the attack. Responsibility for the attack earlier was taken by the Egyptian Islamist group «wilayat Sinai» associated with the «Islamic state».