The crew of the Airbus 321 had no information about problems in the system of the plane before its crash. Decoding the past records of negotiations of pilots showed that 4 minutes before the crash, the atmosphere on Board remained regular.
Professionals decipher audio recording of the conversation between the crew of an Airbus 321, which fell on the North of the Sinai Peninsula on October 31. Taking into account the opinion of specialists, a few minutes before the collapse of the atmosphere on Board remained regular, the crew was not issued a distress signal.
"From the records of the deliberations of the flight crew and dispatchers should that the situation on Board in 4 minutes before the plane's disappearance from radar remained regular. The crew was led by simple negotiations with dispatchers, did not indicate problems on Board, the crew on them are also not reported", - quotes "Interfax" a source in Cairo.
According to the professional, at the time of the disappearance of the airliner from radar on audio sounds, unusual for a regular situation. "Judging by the entries, non-standard situation on the Board was a unexpected and came as a surprise to the flight crew. The pilots had no time to signal distress," explained an informant close to the investigation of the tragedy.
Remember, Airbus 321 companies "Kogalymavia" crashed in Egypt on 31 October. The result of the disaster all 217 passengers and 7 crew members were killed. Specialists are considering several versions of the disaster, namely technical problems, the mistake of the pilot and the attack.