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A Utair Boeing 737 En Route from Moscow Crash-Landed at Usinsk in Northern Russia

A Utair Boeing 737 En Route from Moscow Crash-Landed at Usinsk in Northern Russia


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A Boeing 737-500 (reg. VQ-BPS) en route from Moscow had to make a crash landing after its tail hit the runway. Luckily, the 96 people on board were unharmed.

“During a hard landing at the Usinsk Airport due to landing gear problems, the plane hit the runway with its tail. According to preliminary data, there were no casualties from the incident,” a source with the emergency services stated.

And here’s video of the landing from one of the passengers pic.twitter.com/cWBJfYSZCD

— Vasily Kuznetsov (@RuAviaPhotog) February 9, 2020

Russia's civil aviation authority revealed that the unexpected landing was due to a problem with the chassis. Usinsk Airport's original schedule has not been disrupted, and everything seems to be running as usual.

IE will continue to update more news as they arrive.


Watch the video: Russian plane crash-lands and skids across icy runway. Daily Mail Online (January 2023).