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Saratov Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Russia

Saratov Airlines flight 6W-5837 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Saratov, Russia, on September 10th.

The plane heading from Kirov, Russia, to Simferopol, Ukraine, was diverted due to an engine indication problem.

The plane landed safely. All seventy-two people aboard remained unharmed.

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RusLine Airlines Flight Diverts to Domodedovo International Airport

RusLineRusLine Airlines flight 7R-211 made an emergency landing at Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow, Russia, on November 23rd.

The plane flying from Saint Petersburg to Kirov, Russia, was diverted due to a hydraulic failure.

The plane landed uneventfully. Everyone aboard remained safe.

No Injuries Reported as Pobeda Airlines Jet Veers Off after Landing in Kirov, Russia

untitledA Pobeda Airlines plane, performing flight DP-275, veered to the edge of the runway after landing at Pobedilovo Airport in Kirov, Russia, on October 12.

The incident happened when the Boeing 737-800 was coming from Vnukovo International Airport, Moscow.

There were 162 people aboard at the time; all of the remained unhurt.

Authorities said the aircraft took out several lights installed on the edge of runway.

The incident is under investigation.

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Small Plane Crashes in Russia

On August 7, the Russian Ministry for Emergencies (RME) started a lookout for a 4-seater amphibian plane L-42.

According to the initial reports, the plane crashed in Kirov Region’s Podosinovets District. RME confirmed that they received a message about the possible air crash at about 22:30 local time on August 7. At that time, there were 2 planes in the air, one of which disappeared from the radar.

The head of press service of the RME regional department, Aleksey Neustroyev said, “The plane was, tentatively, on a flight from Samara to Arkhangelsk.” He also said that the light multi-purpose twin-engine plane has not yet been found therefore, it is not possible to confirm anything at the moment.

RME officials and equipment from Vologda and Kirov are participating in the search and rescue operation, however, the fog in the area is making the task difficult.

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