Unmanned casualties caused by technical failures on Russian airliner bound for Sanya

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 Unmanned casualties caused by technical failures on Russian airliner bound for Sanya


BEIJING, Sept. 11, Xinhua, according to Russian Satellite Network, the Ural Traffic Investigation Bureau of the Russian Federation Investigation Commission said that on Sept. 11, local time, Russian Airline Eiffel flew a passenger plane from Yekaterinburg to Sanya, China, and returned to Yekaterinburg Airport due to technical failure, with no casualties. Investigators have launched an investigation.

In the early morning of September 11, local time, Flight F7-9885 from Yekaterinburg, Russia to Sanya, China, returned to Yekaterinburg Airport and landed at 3:24 (6:24 Beijing Time).

According to the preliminary data, the mechanical error sensor alarmed at 3:55 Beijing time during the climb. The captain decided to use fuel and then returned to Yekaterinburg Airport. There are 284 people on board, including 28 children and 12 crew members.

Investigators pointed out that no passengers or crew members were injured. The Russian Federal Investigation Commission Ural Traffic Investigation Bureau has launched an investigation into the incident.

Airport management revealed that the aircraft is expected to take off at 13:30 Beijing time and go to its destination.

Source: Liable Editor of CNN: Li Wan_B11284