Russian Flight With 345 Passengers Makes Emergency Landing At Delhi Airport

The flight was on its way from Phu Quoc in Vietnam to Yekaterinburg, which is the fourth largest city in Russia.

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Russian Flight With 345 Passengers Makes Emergency Landing At Delhi Airport

The flight landed at Runway No. 11 at the Delhi airport under full emergency protocol. (Representational)


New Delhi:  A Russian aircraft with 345 passengers on board has made an emergency landing at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi after it reportedly suffered a technical fault. All passengers are said to be safe.

The flight, RL772, was on its way from Phu Quoc in Vietnam to Yekaterinburg, which is the fourth largest city in Russia.

The flight landed at Runway No. 11 at the Delhi airport under full emergency protocol at 6:08 pm.

Eight fire engines and ambulances were present at the runway as the flight landed.

"All the passengers are safe and all standard operating procedures were put into action during the emergency landing at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport at 6:10 pm," an airport spokesperson said.
 


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