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eBook Crash Landing ePub

by Bird

  • ISBN: 0701504218
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Bird
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: F.W.Cheshire (1968)
  • Pages: 108
  • ePub book: 1539 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1264 kb
  • Other: rtf mbr lit docx
  • Rating: 4.1
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Media captionFootage from inside the plane showed it striking birds after take-off. A Russian passenger plane has made an emergency landing in a cornfield near Moscow after striking a flock of birds

Media captionFootage from inside the plane showed it striking birds after take-off. A Russian passenger plane has made an emergency landing in a cornfield near Moscow after striking a flock of birds. At least 74 people were injured in the incident, which saw the plane land with its engines off and landing gear retracted, emergency officials said. The Ural Airlines Airbus 321 was travelling to Simferopol in Crimea when it hit the flock of gulls shortly after take-off, disrupting its engines. State media has dubbed the landing the "miracle over Ramensk". The Kremlin on Thursday hailed.

A Russian plane hit birds on takeoff, then landed in a cornfield. Seventy-four people who were aboard sought medical attention after the landing, the Ministry of Emergency Situations told the Interfax news agency. Damir Yusupov can take his place alongside Chesley Sully Sullenberger, who landed his US Airways plane in New York’s Hudson River in 2009 after a similar bird strike cut out its engines. The Ural Airlines crew showed fantastic skill and endurance. The aircraft commander is Yekaterinburg Damir Yusupov.

Birds got into both engines. Engines turned off, the crew carried out the landing. Safety concerns have plagued Russia's airline industry, which has experienced many fatal crashes in recent years. one kilometre away from the runway," TASS state news agency quoted Ural Airlines' general director, Sergei Skuratovб, as saying. TASS cited a source saying that the aircraft had landed in a field near the airport. Reuters could not immediately verify the report.

Russia bird strike: How cool heads glided jet down to safety. 1 hour ago. Media captionFootage from inside the plane showed it striking birds after take-offThe Russian pilots who crash-landed a fuel-laden Airbus jet in a corn field, without any serious harm to the 233 people on board, are being hailed as heroes. The A321 was moments into its flight, after taking off from Moscow's Zhukovsky airport, when a flock of seagulls got sucked into its engines, causing both to fail. Russians are comparing the drama to "Miracle on the Hudson" - the bird strike that almost doomed an Airbus.

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BIRD STRIKE CRASH LANDING: Several dozen injuries were reported but everyone survived when a passenger plane collided with birds after a Moscow takeoff . English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.

MOSCOW - A Russian passenger jet crash-landed into a cornfield shortly after takeoff from Moscow on Thursday, injuring .

MOSCOW - A Russian passenger jet crash-landed into a cornfield shortly after takeoff from Moscow on Thursday, injuring 23 people, but remarkably, no one was killed, according to Russian media reports and the national aviation regulator Rosaviatsia. Ural Airlines Flight 178 collided with a flock of gulls just after leaving Zhukovsky International Airport near Moscow, severely damaging the aircraft’s engines and forcing it to make the emergency landing less than a mile from the airport.

No one killed in emergency landing after apparent bird strike. All 231 people on board survived crash, at least 10 hurt. A garbage dump near the airport may have been the source of the birds, Tass quoted Anton Khlynov of the Russian Geographic Society as saying

No one killed in emergency landing after apparent bird strike. The Crimea-bound Airbus A321 on Aug. 15. Source: Russian Television via AP Photo. A garbage dump near the airport may have been the source of the birds, Tass quoted Anton Khlynov of the Russian Geographic Society as saying. The airport said it met all required safety standards and the runway had been checked for birds before the plane took off, according to Tass. Russia and its former Soviet neighbors have one of the worst air-safety records in the world, according to 2018 data from the International Air Transport Association.