The Russian Airbus A321 plane went down on October 31, shortly after departing Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt. All 224 people aboard were killed in the crash.
Russia and many European countries suspended flights to Sharm-el-Sheikh following the incident.
South Sinai governor Khaled Fouda said on January 28, “The Red Sea resorts of Sharm-el-Sheikh and Hurghada have lost 6 billion pounds in the past three months.”
The Airbus A321 crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on October 31st, killing all 224 aboard.
The complaint filed by the victims’ families accused the investigators of inaction. According to their lawyer Igor Trunov, no information has been given regarding the investigation and no one knows under which article the case is being investigated. He further said that the families had first requested the head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, to look into the matter but he did not respond to them.