All 20 on board Kazakh airliner killed in crash
Tuesday, 29 January 2013
ALMATY, Kazakhstan: All 20 people on board a domestic flight of Kazakhstan's SCAT airline died Tuesday when their jet crashed on approach to Almaty airport in bad weather, the airline said.
"Twenty people were on board -- five crew members and 15 passengers," the airline said in a statement quoted by the Interfax news agency. "According to preliminary information there are no survivors." The plane was flying to Almaty from the northern city of Kokshetau. (AFP)