Posted 10 января, 06:21
Published 10 января, 06:21
Modified 10 января, 09:28
Updated 10 января, 09:28
According to the Khabarovsk Airlines airline, the plane operating flight 468 on the route Sovetskaya Gavan — Khabarovsk could not be accepted due to the incident: it was returned to the coast of the Tatar Strait, to the alternate airfield.
"The reason is the temporary closure of one of the runways of the airfield in Khabarovsk. When landing one of the aircraft at the Khabarovsk airport, the pneumatics on the chassis were destroyed. The evacuation of the aircraft from the first runway is being prepared", - the message says.
After the evacuation of the plane at the airport, the rejected board from Sovetskaya Gavan at 15.10 local time took off again and headed for Khabarovsk again: they promised to put it on the second lane, which was urgently opened.
There are no more delays in the reception and departure of flights, RIA VladNews notes.
Information about the details of the emergency is being clarified. The second runway at Khabarovsk Airport is open for receiving and releasing aircraft.
Earlier it was reported that Russian airlines lost almost a quarter of the fleet in a year — planes lined up for cannibalization. Pilots are also leaving aviation — they now have "earnings below the baseboard." But the most important result: all over the world, Russia is now recognized as a country that can no longer ensure flight safety.
Quite a few companies have completely ceased to exist. For example, Abakan Avia, the leader of ABC air transportation (AirBridgeCargo — ed.) has completely ceased to exist, the Royal Flight company (became the first of the Russian airlines to stop all flights after its own, — ed.), where all pilots are completely dismissed. Large companies such as S7, Siberia, and Aeroflot are trying to keep the flight crew ready to fly there, but in an exceptionally humiliating way. The pilots who fly in these companies have humiliating working conditions and earnings below any baseboard that could be seen, experts say.