Pegasus Airlines flight PC-884 and UTAir flight UT-561 receive and follow TCAS resolution advisories and escaped collision at Domodedovo International Airport, Moscow Oblast, Russia, on November 2nd.
The Boeing 737-800 (Pegasus Airlines) en-route from Turkey to Russia, was about to land maintaining FL-120 route, however, it descended to FL-110. The Boeing 737-500 (UTAir) was about to take-off from FL-110 for Grozny, Russia, at the time.
Both aircrafts landed safely at their destinations.
On July 5, 2014, an Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus A340-300 (LV-FPV) headed from Barcelona,SP (Spain) to Buenos Aires,BA (Argentina) was taxiing for departure as a UTAir Boeing 767-300(VQ-BSX) en route from Moscow, Russia to Barcelona was on approach. As the video shows, it looks like a close call. The UTAIR saw the Airbus on the runway, and less than ten seconds from touchdown pulled up and performed a go-around, making a safe landing fifteen minutes later.
The Airbus took off twenty minutes later. The incident is under investigation, and it has not been determined if this was an Air Traffic Control error or if the Argentinian plane was there without clearance. The airport and ATC say that there was sufficient clearance for landing, and neither Aerolineas Argentinas nor UTAIR filed a safety report.
On Jul 7th 2014,an investigation was opened into the runway incursion.
UTAir Boeing 757 flight UT5179 with 237 passengers and eight crew en route from Yekatarinburg to Anatalya had to divert to Moscow when it developed depressurization in the cabin. Oxygen masks deployed.
The flight made a safe landing with emergency services on standby.
No injuries were reported. Most injuries after an emergency landing occur when passengers disembark via slides. There’s no confirmation that passengers used slides or if they disembarked normally.
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