Ural Airlines plane flying from Moscow to Kulyab forced to land in Tashkent

The A-321 plane owned by Ural Airlines, Russia, was flying from Moscow, Russia, to Kulyab, Tajikistan, but it was forced to land in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, due to heavy fog at the destination airport, RIA Novosti, Russia, reported on October 30, 2019 referring to a spokesperson of Tashkent International Airport.

“The Ural Airlines’ aircraft, which operated its flight en route Moscow – Kulyab at 08:11 am local time, was forced to land in Tashkent. This was caused by fog at the destination airport,” the airport’s spokesperson said.

The plane was supposed to land in Kulyab at 07:20 am local time.

Currently, the aircraft is towed to the emergency lane and is awaiting departure, passengers are on board, according to the airport in Tashkent.


The A-321 plane of Ural Airlines, flying en route Moscow – Kulyab and landing in Tashkent in the morning due to heavy fog at the destination airport, will be delayed until evening due to a technical malfunction of the liner, the spokesperson of Tashkent International Airport informed RIA Novosti on Wednesday.

Earlier, he told RIA Novosti that Ural Airlines’ flight No. U62969 en route Moscow – Kulyab had to land in Tashkent at 08:11 am local time due to heavy fog in Kulyab. The plane was supposed to land in Kulyab at 07:20 am local time.

The spokesperson said, “They postponed departure to 07:00 pm local time due to a technical malfunction of the aircraft.” The nature of the malfunction is not reported.

Currently, the aircraft is in the reserve lane and all passengers were transferred to the terminal’s waiting room. They are provided with water and light meals, the spokesperson added.

Source – https://asiaplustj.info/

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