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Boeing-777 with 422 passengers on board crash-lands in Russia

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An Aeroflot Boeing-737 made an emergency landing in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, while flying from Moscow. (news.yahoo.com) More...

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richardHelfand
richard Helfand 18
777 or 737. Hard to get 422 passengers and 14 crew into a 737.
FlightNerd
David French 9
Ryanair are probably working on it.
charlie02vy
Lots of pregenant women?? Or they had two people per seat on a 737-900??
lynx318
lynx318 2
I misread your comment, yup, OP dropped the hand luggage(ball)
lynx318
lynx318 1
2 children per seat or/and kids sitting in parents laps. Eh, Russia doing it's usual crud.
gavinwatersvic
Gavin Waters 12
Its time @flightaware stopped quoting yahoo news, who get their news second hand from other news outlets anyway. In this case its over 6 days old and from the dubious web news of Ukraine Pravda. Since Ukraine and Russia are at war, its not surprising U.P. cannot get the full cause details and have to resort to a pathetic reason they write as "chassis issues". C'mon @flightaware editors - you can do better than this worthless trash which is better detailed from other sources, earlier.
Kato1978
Simon Hawkins 2
Couldn't agree more, AI could do a better job running this site!

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yr2012
matt jensen 1
Wasn't Boeing, it was GE - mfgr of the engines. A similar problem on a UAL jet happened over Denver last week.
yr2012
matt jensen 1
And stop using you tube and MSN
canswl
canswl 1
Gavin, if you bothered to read the story more carefully, Ukrayinska Pravda is quoting the Russian news source, RIA Novosti, so unless you are referring to them (RIA Novosti) as worthless trash, I fail to see your reasoning.
dodger4
dodger4 4
Ho hum. Heavy landing = "crash" landing...?

Nobody injured,such ado about nothing AFAIC
dodger4
dodger4 1
Much*
robtallan
ROB ALLAN 3
Please get an English speaking human to write these articles in future. And have an intelligent editor check the facts before publication. The garbage here lessens the validity of your reputation no end.
lynx318
lynx318 2
"Details: Chassis issues were the reason behind it."
...well that's in depth
Bandrunner
Bandrunner 1
Running out of decent parts by now, even the cannibalised aircraft are probably getting a bit bare.
Ricovandijk
Rico van Dijk 1
I just hope this madness comes to an end sooner than later :(
brianrush
who wrote this terible peice??? obviously not someone with any av experience when it says B777 and line below says B737 .
xmitr
Don Whyte 1
terible spelling
yr2012
matt jensen 1
https://www.pravda.com.ua/eng/news/2023/12/1/7431167/
linbb
linbb -1
Well written story I see didnt know airplanes had a chasse wow what person wrote this article?

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robtallan
ROB ALLAN 4
Red laser, why have you offered NO EXPLANATION of your contention!? Do you think we readers are so st**i'd and gullible as to give your post any credibility whatsoever!?Why haven't you listed all your advanced aeronautical engineering degrees? What are you hiding?
canswl
canswl 1
What nonsense! What doesn't come out in this piece is that most of the western aircraft were stolen by Russia from western leasing companies, when Russia invaded Ukraine again in February 2022, and hence there's been an embargo on spare parts on all western aircraft used by Russia.

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