Uncategorized Russian airport where plane crashed Saturday reopens

Russian airport where plane crashed Saturday reopens

A woman mourns after putting flowers in memory for the victims of the crashed FlyDubai plane at the Rostov-on-Don airport, about 950 kilometers (600 miles) south of Moscow, Russia, Sunday, March 20, 2016.
A woman mourns after putting flowers in memory for the victims of the crashed FlyDubai plane at the Rostov-on-Don airport, about 950 kilometers (600 miles) south of Moscow, Russia, Sunday, March 20, 2016.

Flights have resumed at the Russian airport where a Dubai plane crashed while attempting to land on Saturday, killing all 62 on board.

The airport’s real-time departures board showed three flights departing from Rostov-on-Don Monday morning.

FlyDubai’s Boeing 737-800 from Dubai nosedived and exploded in a giant fireball on the airport runway before dawn on Saturday after trying to land for a second time in strong winds. Most of the passengers were Russian holidaymakers. The cause of the crash was not immediately confirmed but several planes had trouble landing at the airport at the time of the crash.

The black boxes were being analyzed in Moscow by experts from Russia, the United Arab Emirates and France, Russian officials said.