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S7 Airlines Airbus declares emergency, makes emergency landing in Russia

Christian Fernsby |
The S7 Airlines A320 passenger plane, en route to Moscow, made an emergency landing at Perm Airport due to an anonymous message about mining, a spokesman for the emergency services said.

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Topics: S7 AIRLINES    AIRBUS    EMERGENCY LANDING    RUSSIA   

"Landing at the Perm airport was successful at 10:48 a.m.," a spokesman for the emergency services said.

There were 113 passengers and six crew members on board the aircraft.

Earlier in the day, a plane flying from Vladivostok to Moscow landed in Khabarovsk following an anonymous report of a flight safety threat.


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