If you’re dead, try to avoid flying Russian airlines. That’s the message after a Russian airplane, iFly Airbus A330-300, made seven flights with a corpse in its wheel well. The man’s body went undiscovered until maintenance crews noticed blood stains on the landing gear; he died from freezing to death, attempting to fly without a ticket, according to Russia’s Investigative Committee.
Authorities are attempting to find out how the man got into the landing gears in the first place. The man, who had a Georgian password, boarded the plane four days before his body was found.