Ikar Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Haikou Airport, China

Thursday, June 19, 2014
By George Hatcher

IkarIkar airlines flight IK-2474 had to make an emergency landing at Haikou airport, China on June 18.

The incident happened when the Boeing-767-300 was en route from Thailand to Yekaterinburg, located in the Russian Urals.

According to authorities, the decision to make an emergency landing was due to a power generator malfunction. The plane landed safely, with a delay of 3 hours from its scheduled landing time of 1:40 a.m. No one was hurt.

Gennady Chuprov, the airline’s Deputy Director General for flight safety, said that 231 passengers were accommodated at a Wuhan city hotel.

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