UTair’s Boeing 737 Lands in Yekaterinburg Due to Engine Failure

21 June 2012 (09:28)

UTair Airlines’ Boeing 737 had to perform an emergency landing in Yekaterinburg because of the right engine failure, the press service for Ural Investigative Administration for Transportation of Russia’s Investigative Committee told reporters.

UTair Aviation Company’s press officer confirms this information is accurate.

‘The sensors indicated the engine was unstable. A landing was performed at Koltsovo Airport to look into the causes of the problem. There were ninety-one passengers and seven crew members on board. The landing went through smoothly,’ the airline says.

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