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'Early reports said it split into two and that suggests a catastrophic failure, not a mechanical failure, but perhaps an explosion on board, so I would be much more inclined to think, if we have to guess at this stage, it is much more likely to have been a bomb on board than a missile fired from the ground.‘And there’s no sign of a distress call, so the idea that the aircraft was undergoing an mechanical problem, or an engine problem, or a fire, or something like that, you would expect that there would be some sort of distress call beforehand.‘So the fact that there was a catastrophic failure at 31,000 feet, with the aircraft falling in two pieces, suggests to me an explosion on board.
So was this caused by some form of terrible accident, which is unlikely, or a bomb, which is much more likely, my mind is moving in that direction rather than anything that happened on the ground.' Tragic: It comes as officials have recovered the Airbus A321's black box, which is now being examined by experts to determine the cause of the disaster.
The plane split into two, a small part on the tail end that burned and a larger part that crashed into a rock.
We have extracted at least 100 bodies and the rest are still inside.' Zaitseva said her friend 'really wanted to go to Egypt, though I told her "why the hell do you want to go to Egypt? She was a very good friend who was ready to give everything to other people.
They can get aircraft when they are taking off or landing, when they are going low and slow.
But anything above 8,000 or 9,000 feet is out of the range of the weapons that they’ve got.'He said the area where the jet crashed is a known location for groups affiliated to Al Qaeda and ISIS, but it was highly unlikely that a ground-based weapon was responsible for the in-flight break up.
Heart-breaking: This 10-month-old baby (pictured, left, gazing out of an airport window ahead of the disaster) was among those killed - as were Aleksei Gromov and his wife Tatiana (both right).
A lot of dead on the ground and many died whilst strapped to their seats.
The Israeli Defence Forces confirmed they had intelligence assets in the region at the time of the crash.
According to a statement: 'Since this morning the IDF assisted with aerial surveillance in the efforts to locate the Russian airplane that lost contact over the Sinai Peninsula.
Terrorists, as far as we know, don’t have equipment to take down an aircraft at that height.
'They have shoulder-launched missiles, known as man-portable missiles.
Its passengers included a 10-month-old baby girl flying home with her parents, as well as two siblings aged two and three.