© / Natalia GorshkovaIgor Vladimirovich Malinovsky
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PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, July 19 – The farewell ceremony for biathlete Igor Malinovsky, who died in Kamchatka in a Robinson helicopter crash, will be held on July 20 at the airfield in the village of Milkovo, the administration of the Milkovsky district of Kamchatka reported.
Last Saturday, the Robinson helicopter stopped communicating in Kamchatka. On Sunday it was found burnt out. The pilot – 25-year-old Malinovsky – and two passengers did not survive. Investigators opened a criminal case.
“At 14:30, the vehicles of the participants of the mourning ceremony will begin moving to the Rubus airfield, which is located near the Milkovo airport, where the farewell ceremony will take place,” the administration said in a statement.
Igor Malinovsky will also be buried in Milkovo. Participants of the ceremony will be delivered to the place by two buses, the press service specified.
Igor Malinovsky is a graduate of the Omsk Flight Technical College. He received his civil aviation pilot’s license in April 2022.