A terrible plane crash took place on Sunday morning when a FlyDubai Boeing-737-800 crashed in the early hours on Saturday in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don, killing all 62 people on board. While there is no official confirmation about the reasons of this plane crash. Here are some of the probable reasons for the ghastly crash:
Poor Weather Conditions
The wind is reported to have reached 22 meters per second and it was cloudy and rainy at the time of crash.
According to the head of Transport Committee of the Russian State Duma, Evgeny Moskvichev, poor weather conditions could have been the main reason of the plane crash.
“The fact that the plane was circling around the area for two hours while other planes left to other airports suggests that the wind was very strong,” Moskvichev explained.
Many Russian News organisations are reporting that a major human error could be a reason for the crashing. First, a bad judgment call by deciding to land the plane during poor weather conditions and then making a piloting mistake during the landing.
The third condition for the crash can be a technical fault. Some leads have suggested newspapers that it might have been a mechanical fault that forced the Boeing to stop its initial attempt to land on the runway over two hours prior to the crash. Also the question which intrigues one’s mind is why the crew took so long between the two landing attempts. Was it because they were trying to fix a technical problem