The US and Europe have announced plans to toughen up security at airports following the Russian plane crash in the Sinai.
According to Bloomberg, Homeland Security are to announce additional security measures on all international flights, the details of which are as yet unknown.
Meanwhile, Italian airlines have already introduced additional inspections at airports.
The UK and the Netherlands have canceled all flights to Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh for several days, whereas the French government recommended to temporarily refrain from trips to the resort.
The largest air disaster in the history of Russian and Soviet aviation took place in the morning of October 31, when an Airbus A321 with 224 people on board crashed in Egypt on the way home to St. Petersburg.
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