Russian experts have returned to their operations base in Indonesia after examining the site of last week’s deadly crash of a Sukhoi Superjet.
All 45 people on board were killed when it crashed into a mountain. Their remains are still being removed from the remote location.
Radio contact with the aircraft was lost during a promotional sales flight after it dropped to 6,000 ft near Indonesia’s dormant Mount Salak volcano.
Victims included Indonesian reporters and businessmen, Russian embassy officials, a French citizen and an American.
The cockpit voice recorder has been found but weeks may be needed to analyse its contents. The search for the flight data recorder continues.
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