Ural Airlines’ plane flying from Russia’s Moscow to Tajikistan’s Dushanbe makes emergency landing in Uzbekistan’s Tashkent

The Ural Airlines’ A320 plane, flying en route Moscow, Russia – Dushanbe, Tajikistan was forced to land in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, RIA Novosti, Russia, reported with reference to a representative of the Tashkent International Airport.

“The Ural Airlines’ aircraft was flying from Moscow to Dushanbe, and it was forced to land in Tashkent at 06:10 a.m. (04:10 a.m. Moscow time). A thunderstorm at the destination airport caused this,” the airport press service confirmed.

One noted that the plane was supposed to arrive in Dushanbe at 04:00 am Moscow time. Now, the plane is awaiting departure from Tashkent to continue its voyage. All passengers are on board.


The Ural Airlines’ plane flying from Moscow to Dushanbe, which was forced to land in Tashkent in the morning due to the thunderstorm in Dushanbe flew to its final destination, RIA Novosti reported, citing the Tashkent International Airport’s spokesperson.

Earlier, the spokesperson told RIA Novosti that the Ural Airlines’ Moscow – Dushanbe flight was forced to board at the airport in the capital of Uzbekistan on Monday at 04:10 am Moscow time due to a thunderstorm. The plane was supposed to land in Dushanbe at 04:00 am Moscow time.

The Ural Airlines’ flight No. U62427, flying from Moscow to Dushanbe, flew from Tashkent to Dushanbe at 10:45 am (08:45 am Moscow time), the spokesperson said. All this time, the passengers of this flight were on board the aircraft.

Recall that last Wednesday the Ural Airlines’ plane was flying from Moscow to Kulyab, Tajikistan, and it was forced to land in Tashkent due to a technical malfunction. Then, the flight was delayed for almost ten hours.

Source – http://ca-news.org/

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