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Aeroflot Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Kazakhstan

Aeroflot Airlines flight SU-1955 had to return and make an emergency landing in Aktau, Kazakhstan, on February 26th.

The plane took off for Moscow, Russia, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew received indication of an issue with air conditioning systems.

The plane landed back safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Aeroflot Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Zurich

Aeroflot Airlines flight SU-2391 had to return and make an emergency landing in Zurich, Switzerland, on February 26th.

The Airbus A321-200 plane took off for Moscow, Russia, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew reported an engine stall.

The plane landed safely after burning off excess fuel. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Aeroflot Flight Returns to Moscow due to Engine Vibrations

Aeroflot flight SU-1510 had to return and make an emergency landing in Moscow, Russia, on December 27th.

The Airbus A320-200 plane took off for Surgut, Russia, but had to return shortly afterwards due to engine vibrations.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

Aeroflot Flight Returns to Tashkent After Cargo Door Indication

Aeroflot Airlines flight SU-1871 had to return for an emergency landing in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on December 12th.

The Airbus A330-300 plane took off for Moscow, Russia, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew received a cargo door indication.

The plane landed uneventfully. All passengers and crew members remained safe.

Aeroflot Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Russia

AeroflotAeroflot Airlines flight SU-1255 had to return and make an emergency landing in Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia, on November 21st.

The plane took off for Moscow, Russia, but had turn back after the nose gear failed to fully retract.

The plane landed back uneventfully. There were 64 passengers and 5 crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained safe.

Moscow-Bound Aeroflot Airlines Plane Struck by Lightning

AeroflotAeroflot Airlines flight SU-2595 was struck by lightning after taking off from Munich, Germany, on October 18th.

The Airbus A320-200 plane was heading to Moscow, Russia, when it experienced a lightning strike.

However, the crew reported that there were no adverse indications and decided to continue the flight.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

Aeroflot Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Russia

AeroflotAeroflot flight SU-2342 made an emergency landing in Kaliningrad, Russia, on May 22nd.

The Airbus A320-200, heading from Moscow, Russia, to Hanover, Germany, was diverted after a passenger observed fuel leaking from a wing.

The plane landed safely. There were 154 people aboard at the time; all of them remained unhurt.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.

Aeroflot Flight Returns to Germany due to Engine Failure

Aeroflot flight SU-2437 had to return and make an emergency landing in Dusseldorf, Germany, on January 28.

The Airbus A320-200 took off for Sheremetyevo International Airport, Russia, but had to return shortly afterwards due to failure of its right hand engine.

The plane landed back safely. Everyone aboard remained unhurt.

The flight was cancelled and the passengers were accommodated in the next flight.

Aeroflot Airbus Rejects Takeoff in Russia due to Bird Ingestion

AeroflotAeroflot flight SU-1165 had to abort taking off at Rostov-on-Don Airport, Russia, on October 29.

The Airbus A320-200, en-route to Sheremetyevo International Airport, Moscow, Russia, rejected takeoff at a high speed after one of its engines ingested a bird.

The plane landed uneventfully.

No one was injured.

Aeroflot Flight Lands in Emergency due to a Drunk Passenger

AeroflotAn Aeroflot flight had to make an emergency landing in Yerevan, Armenia, at 5:00 am on August 26 due to a drunk Azerbaijani passenger.

The flight was on its way from Dubai to Moscow when a drunk Azerbaijani passenger started speaking loudly, insulting others and bothering the children. According to one of the passengers, “There were lots of children and foreigners. A man at nearly 30-35 years of age started to shout and molested children. The stewardesses failed to cope with him. Then 6 male passengers caught the man and bound him to the seat.”

The plane landed safely. The pilots tried to hand over the man to the Armenian police, but they refused to accept him. The man was finally tamed with sedatives to continue the fight with a 3 hours delay.

The man was eventually detained by the Moscow police.

Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Sheremetyevo International Airport, Moscow

A plane that left Moscow, Russia, for Yerevan, Armenia, had to return and make an emergency landing at Moscow Airport due to technical problems, on May 25.

The plane, belonging to Aeroflot Company, landed successfully at the Sheremetyevo International Airport, about 30 minutes after it took off.

Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan was also aboard the plane. He was in Moscow to attend the 3rd conference on international security.

Airbus Emergency Landing in Prague


On May 13, 2013, an Aeroflot Airbus A320-214 en route from Sheremetyevo Int’l Moscow to Vaclav Havel Airport Prague made an emergency landing in Prague.

The plane landed with emergency services on standby, and was towed from the main runway. Passengers disembarked and were taken to the gate by bus.

The tires were damaged on landing (or the plane landed on damaged tires.

Aeroflot Flight 528

Aeroflot Flight 528 was a Yakovlev 40 that crashed on June 19, 1987 while flying from Odessa to Berdyansk with five crew and twenty-four passengers. In the crash, 2 crew died and 6 passengers. The aircraft approached with a tailwind. in heavy rain. A go-around was aborted. The plane overran the runway, struck obstacles and caught fire. Among the multiple causes of the crash was the decision to land at Berdyansk in bad weather and poor visibility. Poor human resource management at the control tower and lack of data from the weather station were contributing factors

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