Source Pravda.Ru

One of the aircraft which accompanied President Putin in his Asian tour lands in Kazakhstan for technical reasons

On Friday, members of the Russian delegation and journalists who accompanied president Putin in his Asian tour flew from Aktyubinsk (Kazakhstan) where their aircraft had landed for technical reasons which was not planned.

About 100 passengers boarded the sent reserve aircraft.

Last night, the airjet of the Rossia airlines which was making a flight by the Bishkek-Moscow route landed in Aktyubinsk for technical reasons approximately two hours after its departure.

As sources in the State Service of Civil Aviation of Russia said, according to the preliminary information, the emergency landing was caused by the readings of the special sensors on low-quality fuel on board the airliner.

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