The International Attorney Group of Stewarts and Wisner Law has been retained by Russian and European families who lost their loved ones in the crash of FlyDubai Flight FZ981 in Rostov-on-Don on 19 March 2016. FlyDubai was operating from Dubai (UAE) to Rostov-on-Don (Russia) and crashed during a go-around manoeuvre.

Our International Attorney Group is investigating the causes of the accident, with our Boeing experts. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the families of the passengers and crew at this difficult time.

Our Attorney Group has already provided confidential family briefings to interested families on all aspects of the official investigation, our independent investigation, potentially responsible parties, and the timeline for resolving claims against those parties.

Families requiring any further information and assistance should contact in confidence: Vladimir Solomanidin at or Stewarts Law at or Wisner Law Firm at

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