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Yakutia Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Engine Issue

Yakutia Airlines flight R3-498 made an emergency landing in Blagoveshchensk, Russia, on February 15th.

The plane took off for Yakutsk, Russia, but had to turn back after the crew noticed an engine problem.

The plane landed back safely. All thirty-one passengers and four crew members remained unharmed.

Yakutia Airlines Plane Diverts to Russia due to Smoke

Yakutia Airlines flight R3-772 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Rostov-on-Don Airport, Russia, on July 22nd.

The Boeing 737-800 flying from Simferopol, Ukraine, to Moscow, Russia, had to divert due to smoke on board.

The plane landed safely.

All 170 people aboard remained safe.

Yakutia Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Russia

Yakutia Airlines flight R3-495 had to return for an emergency landing in Yakutsk, Russia, on January 7th.

The plane took off for Khabarovsk, Russia, but had to turn back due to indications of a gear problem.

The plane landed uneventfully. Everyone aboard remained safe.

Yakutia Airlines Flight Turns Back due to Open Door Indication

Yakutia Airlines flight R3-497 made an emergency landing in Yakutsk, Russia, on January 5th.

The plane took off for Blagoveshchensk, Russia, but had to return shortly afterwards due to indication of an open door.

The plane landed safely. There were 50 people aboard at the time; all of them remained unharmed.

Yakutia Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Russia

Yakutia AirlinesYakutia Airlines flight R3-495 had to return and make an emergency landing in Yakutsk, Russia, on December 5th.

The plane took off for Khabarovsk, Russia, but had to turn back due to a nose gear issue.

The plane landed safely. All 96 passengers and 5 crew members remained unharmed.

Yakutia Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Slat Issue

Yakutia AirlinesYakutia Airlines flight R3-492 had to return and make an emergency landing in Vladivostok, Russia, on September 4th.

The plane took off for Yakutsk, Russia, but had to return shortly afterwards due to an indication of a slat issue.

The plane landed uneventfully. There were 65 passengers and 6 crew members aboard at the time; all of them remained safe.

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