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A family of travellers killed when a Russian airliner crashed on Sunday have been promised accident compensation.

The Boeing-737-500, belonging to a branch of the national airline Aeroflot, was on a flight from Moscow to Perm, near the Ural mountains.

Aeroflot, the company at the heart of Russia’s worst plane crash since 2006, has said that it will pay out accident compensation of up to £50,000 for each person lost.

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Twenty One Foreign Passengers On Board

Twenty-one foreign passengers were on board the Aeroflot Nord flight.

One witness reported, “It was burning while still in the sky and it looked like a falling comet.”

General Gennady Troshev On Plane

General Gennady Troshev, a close ally of prime minister Vladimir Putin, was also on the plane.

No Confirmation Whether Compensation Accepted

As yet there is no confirmation as to whether the affected families will be accepting the accident compensation offer. It is possible that some may decline the payout and instead claim compensation through a personal injury solicitor.

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