The Emergency Situations Ministry reported that the search operation for the remains of Saratov Airlines Flight 703 has entered the final stage as of Tuesday morning.
With wreckage of the plane spread over more than 30ha, it would take a week to inspect the area, the Emergency Services Ministry said.
The site was enveloped in heavy snow, making it hard to access, with emergency workers forced to park their vehicles and reach the wreckage by foot.
The Saratov Airlines jet went down minutes after take-off from Moscow's Domodedovo airport on Sunday.
Russian investigators say a domestic airliner that crashed on Sunday exploded after it hit the ground.
Saratov was founded in the 1930s and flies to 35 Russian cities.
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The Singaporean leaders' letters came as US President Donald Trump called Mr Putin on Monday to offer his condolences over the aerial disaster, reported Agence France-Presse. Instead, the meeting will take place in Moscow. Orenburg news sources broadcast scenes of distressed relatives at Orsk airport.
The city's mayor told the Rossiya 24 TV channel a team of psychologists was working at the airport to comfort people.
Those who witnessed the crash said that the an Antonov An-148 aircraft was in flames as it fell out of the sky.
Interstate Aviation Committee investigators have said the pilots failed to activate heating equipment for pressure measurement instruments.
All 71 people on board the flight were killed when it crashed into a field.
In 2010, another An-148 operated by a Russian carrier suffered a major failure of its control system, but its crew managed to land safely. The probe into that crash is still ongoing, but officials indicated that a pilot error appeared to be the reason.