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Some other sources reported that the plane was carrying 171 people.
"The Pulkovo Airlines flight departed Anapa as scheduled.
Out of 159 people, 20 were travelling to Norilsk through St. Most of the passengers were families travelling back from vacations with children.
Investigators combing the site found 171 bodies and one body fragment, but authorities were unable to explain the discrepancy with the flight list, which registered 160 passengers and 10 crew, saying that expert analysis would be required.
There were 160 passengers and 10 crew members aboard the aircraft.
Among the passengers, 115 were adults and 45 were children under 12 years old.
While avoiding areas of thunderstorms and turbulence, the crew allowed the aircraft to enter pitch oscillations exceeding the angle of attack operational range.
Lack of control over speed and not following the Flight Manual to prevent and recover from a stall and poor crew resource management allowed the situation to escalate into a catastrophic one.
Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise Flight 612 was a scheduled passenger flight, operated by Saint Petersburg-based airlines Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise, flying from Anapa Airport to Pulkovo Airport (St. On 22 August 2006, while en route to Saint Petersburg, the aircraft crashed in Donetsk Oblast in Eastern Ukraine, near the Russian border. The crash incurred the third highest death toll of any aviation accident involving a Tupolev Tu-154, after the crash of Aeroflot Flight 3352 and Aeroflot Flight 7425.
With 170 deaths, the crash was the deadliest aviation accident that occurred in 2006.
Among the adults, 8 were over 60 (including a 92-year-old woman who flew with one of her grandsons and his wife and two of her great-grandchildren).
Earlier reports by the media and by the airline indicated that 159 passengers were on the flight, 39 children under 12 and six infants under 2 years of age.
It had first flown in China until Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise acquired it in 2001.