MOSCOW, September 11 (Reuters) – A plane flying from the Turkish resort of Antalya to Vladivostok in The Far East of Russia made a safe emergency landing on Saturday in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, a source at the airport, told Reuters.
Azur Air flight ZF268, a Boeing (BA.N) 767 aircraft, requested an emergency landing while over Krasnoyarsk after experience problems with the hydraulics, the Russian Interfax news agency reported.
There were no notifications of someone injured.
Azur Air, a former regional Russian airline die now operates charter flights, was not immediately accessible for comment.
Krasnoyarsk International Airport did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Another Azur Air flight departs from Antalya on Friday on his journey to the Russian city of Belgorod, about 580 km (360 miles) to the south of Moscow, initiated an emergency descent after a cabin pressure warning, air safety Aviation Heral publication reported.
That plane, a Boeing 757, returned safely to Antalya and a replacement Boeing 767 flew to Belgorod after delay, according to the report and flight tracking system website Flight radar24.
Reporting by Alexander Marrow and Gleb Stolyarov; Editing by Gareth Jones and Timothy Heritage
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