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US NewsOne of Russia's Richest Women Killed in German Plane Crash

05:50  01 april  2019
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Natalia Fileva, a co-owner of private Russian airline S 7, died when her plane went down in a field south of Frankfurt.

Russia ’ s fourth richest woman , Natalia Fileva, who chaired the executive board of S7 Airlines, has died in a crash of a small plane near Frankfurt A six-seater airplane with Fileva on board took off from France and was en route to the central German town of Egelsbach when it crashed in a field

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(Bloomberg) -- Natalia Fileva, a co-owner of Russia’s largest private airline and one of the country’s richest women, died in a plane crash in Germany on Sunday, according to the company.

Fileva was a major shareholder in S7, which began its growth in the 1990s and is Russia’s second-biggest airline after Aeroflot. “The circumstances of the tragedy aren’t known yet,” S7 said in a statement.

One of Russia's Richest Women Killed in German Plane Crash © ASSOCIATED PRESS The burnt out debris of a small aircraft lies on a field near the small airport of Egelsbach bear Frankfurt, Germany, Sunday, March 31, 2019, which crashed on approach to the airport. The single-engine Epic LT aircraft carrying Fileva, 55, went down while approaching the airport at Egelsbach, southwest of Frankfurt, according to S7. She was the wife of company chairman Vladislav Filev. Egelsbach is a small airfield often used by passengers seeking discretion.

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Russia ' s richest women - airline tycoon Natalia Fileva worth more than £500MILLION - is killed German aviation authorities were probing the cause of the crash . Business publication A car carrying two police officers was on the way to a nearby plane crash as it collided with another car

MOSCOW — A Russian plane carrying 71 people crashed near Moscow shortly after takeoff on Sunday afternoon, killing all on board. Flight 703, operated by the Russian regional carrier Saratov Airlines, was carrying 65 passengers and six crew members.

One of Russia's Richest Women Killed in German Plane Crash © Bloomberg Two Airbus A320 and an Airbus A319, center, passenger jets, operated by S7 airlines, sit outside the passenger terminal at Domodedovo airport in Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. German media reported that three people were killed when the aircraft crashed into an asparagus field and caught fire. The plane was coming in from Cannes, France, with two passengers and a pilot aboard, according to Frankfurter Rundschau.

About eight minutes before impact, the pilot signed off with German air traffic control and began a visual final approach, which is a normal procedure, the newspaper quoted an aviation spokesman as saying.

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