Russia airport reopens after Flydubai flight crash

  • Two days after the Flydubai Boeing 737 crashed, killing all 62 on board; the airport in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don has been reopened for travelers. While the airport is now fully functional, the two black boxes have also been recovered. Experts have already started retrieving information from these two black boxes, despite damaged flight data and voice recorders. The officials have confirmed the workers have completed the process of clearing the runway of debris, which has been scattered up to 1.5 km away from the crash location