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Natalia Fileva was on board a six-seater aircraft which crashed near Frankfurt
The 55-year-old was co-owner of S7 Airlines, Russia's largest domestic carrier
Also killed was her father Valery Karachev and their pilot Andrey Dikun
Another two people died in a collision with a police car responding to the crash
It crashed and burned in an asparagus field near Erzhausen, six miles south of Frankfurt, at around 3.30pm.
Her husband and business partner ex-pilot Vladislav Filev, 55, has been called the Russian Elon Musk but she strove to keep her family out of the limelight as she conquered the male-dominated aviation industry in her country.
In December she had a public blast at official corruption in Russia implying bureaucrats were bribe-takers.
'They don't do business, they are not real people,' she said scornfully.
'Back then in a very tough and male-dominated Russian aviation these two aliens not just survived but forced everyone respect them….to respect them together.'
She was planning to make S7 a leading player in sea-based rocket launches to put satellites into space.
Update: S7 co-owner Natalia Filyova has denied reports that the company will cancel its contract with Ukraine's Yuzhmash, the state-run TASS news agency reported Monday. She added that it was too early to discuss the issue.
As ‘Maltese’ mayor Pete Buttigieg sets out to sound his chances to run for Democratic nominee for US President, it’s his surname that’s raising some important questions...
Buttigieg, with its -tigieg portion of the last name meaning 'poultry', is one of various Maltese surnames of Semitic origin.
He is the son of Maltese immigrant Prof. Joseph A. Buttigieg, who lectures at the University of Notre Dame.
Buttigieg, a Navy veteran and Rhodes scholar
The Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM), officially the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta
Russian airline owner to challenge Musk, Bezos in space with Sea Launch
S7 Group, the owner of Russia’s S7 Airlines, agreed to buy the floating rocket platform Sea Launch — created by Boeing and other companies in 1995 — and aims to restore its operations after a more than two-year hiatus
S7 faces significant challenges in trying to revive Sea Launch, which was created by Russian, Ukrainian and Norwegian companies and Boeing in 1995. Its operations were suspended in 2014 amid Russia’s conflict with Ukraine, which supplied Zenith rockets to the project.
S7 Group has no debt and will pay cash, Filev said. The company is controlled by Filev’s family and generated revenue of more than $1.3 billion last year. The airline operates 66 Boeing and Airbus Group SE jets and serves 145 routes in 27 countries.
When talk of a possible deal for Sea Launch surfaced over the summer, news reports in Russia compared Filev, 53, to SpaceX and Tesla Motors founder Musk. Filev, who has been in the aviation business for more than two decades, aims to join a group of entrepreneurs, including Musk and Blue Origin and Amazon.com founder Bezos, who are driving investment in the space business.
originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: 40CalTone
That post said anons are here to gather information so that it can be introduced as evidence.
Then when we are our "ah-ha" moments, we can present our findings, and then they can go and say, "this was open source, in the public eye, prosecute them".