The Airbus A321 of airline "Kogalymavia" was supposed to fly from St. Petersburg to Sharm El Sheikh, however to do this it failed. During the tow truck broke the front rack chassis of the aircraft, passengers evacuated.
Once the emergency situation ended on the passenger Airbus A321, belonging to airline "Kogalymavia". During acceleration when entering the takeoff from Pulkovo airport liner has violated the integrity of the nose landing gear. The defect, according to some, caused the tug.
During the breakdown in the cabin felt a strong push, the plane stopped moving on the runway. After the announcement about the violations in the work of the passengers began to applaud. The crew in the next few minutes were agreed on further action with land services of the airport, after that it was decided to evacuate the inhabitants of our planet.
To ship a car came of the fire service and the Ministry of emergency situations, reports LifeNews. Among passengers the panic is not observed: they quietly pack up, take out bags from the Luggage racks and leave the broken aircraft. When people can go to the destination is not yet known.
Note, earlier on "Kogalymavia" from St. Petersburg to Sharm El Sheikh transferred twice for reasons that are unclear. Caught in an emergency situation the passengers quietly took happening, although not so long ago events occurred there.
Airbus A321 of airline "Kogalymavia", which on the runway was a conflict, the same series that crashed in the North of the Sinai Peninsula. The plane crashed in Egypt on 31 October. The result of the catastrophe 217 passengers and 7 crew members were killed.
One of the probable circumstances of the crash called an act of terrorism. Intelligence agencies of several countries, even the United States, believe that by the fall of the passenger liner, involves the members of the grouping "Islamic state" (the organization was banned in Russia by the decision of the Supreme court). Besides all this, there is a possibility that the crash took place in consequence of mechanical failure of the aircraft.