All AN-148 grounded in Russia following the deadly crash | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 21 March 2018
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Russia grounds all AN-148 aircraft due to safety concerns

Russia’s transport agency Rostransnadzor has ordered all of the country’s airlines to ground their AN-148 aircraft due to safety concerns a month after the deadly crash of AN-148 which killed all 71 people on board.

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