Armavia Disagrees with Inter-State Aviation Committee Conclusion on Causes of A-320 Crash

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armavia Armenian national carrier disagreed with the conclusion of the Inter-State Aviation Committee on the causes of A-320 crash over the Black Sea on May 3, 2006. Company owner Mikhail Baghdasarov stated he disagreed with the conclusion of the Inter-State Aviation Committee, according to which the liner crew was considered guilty of the death of 113 passengers. "The Inter-State Aviation Committee conclusion can be appealed against," he said.

Besides, a representative of the Central Board of Civil Aviation of Armenia stated that, «the Inter-State Aviation Committee had probably made a political decision and Armenia has nothing to add to it." Yesterday, after making public the official outcomes of the research of the causes of A-320 crash, the Central Board of Civil Aviation agreed with the decision of Inter-State Aviation Committee specialists.

We remind that July 26 Russian Minister of Transport Igor Levitin, who leads the Government Commission for investigation of causes of crash Armavia's A-320, called crew mistake as the cause of the plane collapse, Gazeta.Ru writes.
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