Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Russian An-12 military cargo plane makes emergency landing

An Antonov An-12 military transport plane has made an emergency landing at the Urals airport of Chelyabinsk after the failure of three engines, a source told TASS on Friday.

“The crew of the An-12 plane en route from Omsk to Moscow has decided to make an emergency landing at the airport of Chelyabinsk after the failure of three out of four engines,” the source said.

“The plane landed safely. No one of the seven crew and seven passengers was injured,” the source added.


Officials at the Central Military District have given no comments on this report.

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