A Airbus A320 of the Russian airline Ural Airlines carried out this morning a emergency landing in a fieldin the Novosibirsk region, Russia.
With 161 passengers and 9 crew members on board, flight U61383 was en route from Sochi to Omsk. According to Russian media, the crew reported a problem with the hydraulic system and issued a distress signal to divert to Novosibirsk, before landing in the middle of a field near the village of Kamenki. All passengers were evacuated safely from the aircraft.
Ural Airlines Airbus A320 (RA-73805, built 2004) made a forced emergency landing in a field near Novosibirsk and was evacuated via slides. All 167 occupants of flight #SVR1383 from Sochi to Omsk remained uninjured. Damage occurred to the landing gear and the wings. Early reports… pic.twitter.com/oA5gxHELgh
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Due to sanctions put in place by the West following the Russian military invasion of Ukraine, aircraft manufacturers Airbus and Boeing and their engine manufacturers are no longer allowed to sell planes and supply spare parts to airlines. Russians. As a result, hundreds of Russian airliners are deprived of legal maintenance.
Ural Airlines A320 makes emergency landing in a field near Kamenka, Novosibirsk region, Siberia. All passengers and crew evacuated safely. pic.twitter.com/MySDrPiDNi
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