Natalia Fileva, a co-owner of private Russian airline S7, died when her airliner was downed in an area south of Frankfurt
One of Russia’s richest girls has died in a plane crash in south-western Germany together with two other people.
Natalia Fileva, a co-owner of private Russian airline S7, also known as Siberia Airline, was supported as one of the victims of such Sunday’s crash in testimony issued by her company.
A police car racing to the scene of the clang crashed with an other vehicle, killing the two people inside and seriously disabling three police officer, the DPA news organisation reported.
The air crash involved a six-seater aircraft tripping from France to the town of Egelsbach south of Frankfurt. The airplane went down in a field at around 1330 GMT, police said. The Epic-Lt, a single-engined airplane designed for private flights, disappeared from radars at 1322 GMT, according to data from a flight tracker Flighradar2 4.