Two pilots were killed and 43 passengers were killed in an emergency landing in Russia
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two pilots died and seven people were wounded and seven others were injured, Russian news agencies reported Thursday, quoting Alexei Veshev, the press secretary of the Republic of Buryatia.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Two pilots died and seven were injured when a Russian airliner forced landing, Russian local authorities said.
Seven pilots were killed and seven injured and 43 others were rescued by a forced landing of a passenger plane, the news agency Sputnik quoted Thursday as saying by Alexei Veshev, the press secretary of the Republic of Buryatia.
The AN-24 aircraft belongs to Anjara. The incident occurred at the airport "Nijingarsk".
The plane took off from Nizhnigarsk and had to return to the airport due to a malfunction in its engines.