Debris Suggests Russian Airliner Disintegrated While Aloft, Officials Say – New York Times

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Debris Suggests Russian Airliner Disintegrated While Aloft, Officials Say
New York Times
PARIS — The Airbus A321-200 had just reached a cruising altitude of about 33,000 feet when, around 20 minutes after taking off from the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh, it suddenly plummeted by some 6,000 feet.
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