Vladimir Puchkov in Emergency Landing in Russia

Sunday, December 2, 2012
By George Hatcher

What: Yak-42 en route to Novosibirsk
Where: Tolmachevo Airport
When: Nov 30, 2012
Who: 38 aboard, no injuries
Why: Vladimir Puchkov’s transportation failed when a Yak-42 lost one of three engines while en route to Novosibirsk. THe engine began to vibrate and was shut down, which is standard procedure.

Pilots made a safe landing at Tolmachevo Airport in Novosibirsk.

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