KrasAvia Aborts Takeoff in Russia due to Aircraft Steering Problem

Wednesday, July 20, 2016
By George Hatcher

KrasAviaKrasAvia flight KI-48 had to abort taking-off at Shushenskoye Airport, Kazantsevo, UNAU, Russia, on July 18th.

The Let L-410 was ready to depart for Krasnojarsk, Russia when the crew aborted the takeoff after the aircraft started steering left instead of straight ahead.

The flight was cancelled.

All 13 passengers were accommodated in a bus to Krasnojarsk.

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