Earlier it was reported that 82 people had been killed in a military aircraft crash that occurred over the Black Sea.
The Russian Defense Ministry has now confirmed that there were no survivors, killing all 92 people onboard, that included 84 passengers that comprised of journalists, musicians and servicemen, and eight crew members.
The plane lost contact with air control and off the radar approximately 20 minutes after departing from Sochi on Sunday.
Local news agencies cited the Defense Ministry as saying later that the Tu-154 plane had crashed shortly after taking off from the southern city of Adler, south of the Black Sea resort city of Sochi, at 5:40 local time (0240 GMT).
Major-General Igor Konashenkov, a ministry spokesman, told reporters that nobody had survived.
Most people travelling on the Russian military plane that crashed on Sunday were members of the Alexandrov Ensemble, the official choir of the Russian Armed Forces, RT reported.