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Ural A320 Force-Lands in Field

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ShanwickOceanic (netAirspace FAA) 12 Sep 23, 09:46Post ... in-siberia

A Russian passenger Airbus A320 flying from the Black Sea resort of Sochi to the Siberian city of Omsk with 167 people on board made an emergency landing in a Siberian field on Tuesday, officials said.

Russia's aviation has been hard hit by Western sanctions over Moscow's Ukraine offensive.

Authorities released footage of the Ural Airlines plane in a field next to a forest in the Novosibirsk region, saying there were no casualties.
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HT-ETNW 13 Sep 23, 20:27Post
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Flight aborted approach into its scheduled destination Omsk and was diverted to Novosibirsk; according to Russian officials it ran out of fuel en-route.

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DXing 26 Sep 23, 15:11Post
Looks like they are preparing to have it take off from the field. Latest pictures show the slides all stowed, engines being serviced. It's doable. 2 pilots, min fuel to make the nearest airfield. Turn the aircraft around, set the brakes, max thrust, old fashioned soft field takeoff and away she goes. The ground was strong enough to support the landing and rollout, if it hasn't rained a lot the ground will still be strong enough to withstand the takeoff. It'll be bumpy, but probably no worse than a lot of taxiways in the old Soviet Union.
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