Ingosstrakh insurance A321 crashed in Egypt and covers the risk of a terrorist attack

MOSCOW, November 11. Insurance A321 crashed in Egypt and covers the risk of a terrorist attack, reported to journalists the General Director of insurance company “Ingosstrakh”, Mikhail Volkov.

“Covered any risks, no matter what the reason will be announced by the interdepartmental Commission”, – he told, answering a question, whether covered by insurance the risk of a terrorist attack.

Applications for payment

197 relatives of the victims in the crash have filed applications for obtaining insurance payments, previously reported in the press service of “Ingosstrakh”.

As noted in the insurance company, as of 14:00 Moscow time on November 10, 197 filed applications for payment in the amount of 100 thousand rubles for urgent needs, including statements and to the receipt of insurance payments established by law.

As previously reported, “Ingosstrakh” has started an accelerated and simplified procedure of payment of advance payments in the amount of 100 thousand rubles for each passenger for urgent expenditures, in addition to statutory payments. The list necessary for registration of the advance payment documents: a statement indicating the form of payment, the passport, the document confirming relationship with the deceased passenger.

For application and receiving consultation on the implementation of insurance payments to the relatives of the deceased passengers may contact the offices of the company “Ingosstrakh” from Monday to Friday at the address: St.-Petersburg, Pesochnaya embankment 40, from 9:00 to 21:00 GMT.

Responsibility of the airline “Kogalymavia” in front of the passengers and the aircraft were insured in “ingosstrahe”. The maximum possible size of insurance payment per passenger, died in the plane crash, is 2 million 48 thousand roubles.


The A321 aircraft to the Russian airline “Kogalymavia” carrying out flight 9268 Sharm El-Sheikh to St Petersburg, crashed on 31 October after about half an hour after departure, 100 km South from the administrative centre of province Northern Sinai city of El Arish, near the settlement of El Hasna. In total the plane was 217 passengers and seven crew members, none survived. On November 6, President Vladimir Putin accepted the recommendations of the National antiterrorist Committee (NAC) to suspend flights to Egypt to ascertain the causes of the crash of Airbus A321.