Aeroflot plane, forced to land in Uzbekistan’s Tashkent, flew to Russia’s Moscow

Aeroflot’s A-330 plane was flying en route New Delhi, India – Moscow, Russia on Wednesday and it forced to have emergency landing in Tashkent, Uzbekistan due to a passenger’s illness, but two hours later, the plane flew to its final destination, a representative of the Tashkent International Airport informed RIA Novosti, Russia.

“The Aeroflot’s plane, which was flying from New Delhi to Moscow, forced to land in Tashkent, and it flew to its final destination at 09:22 am local time,” the airport representative said. The flight landed at the Tashkent International Airport at 07:19 am local time due to the poor health of one of the passengers.

According to the representative of the airport, when the plane was flying over Afghanistan, one of the passengers, an Indian citizen, began to periodically lose her consciousness, so the crew decided to urgently land at the nearest airport, which was in Tashkent.

“After landing, the woman was assisted by a team of doctors at the airport, she continued to fly with the rest of the passengers,” he added.

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