Fly the Deadly Skies

December 2011
Forbes Asia;Dec2011, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p154
The article offers information on the air safety in Russia. It is Russia is the most dangerous place to fly in the world. It is stated that Russia is the most dangerous place to fly in the world. it is stated that rockets, satellites, MiG fighter jets have all come crashing down in the past year. By last year Russian aircraft production had plummeted to a grand total of seven.


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