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SOCHI, January 7 (Itar-Tass) — A Boeing 737-500 jet airliner flying from Russia’s Black Sea resort of Sochi to Armenia’s capital of Yerevan returned to the airport of departure over a technical failure, Don-Avia air carrier told Itar-Tass on Monday.
The crew of the airliner that took off in Sochi at 07:15 Moscow time detected an insignificant failure of equipment and took a decision to make an emergency landing.
Specialists liquidated the failure.
Eighty-one passengers, including 12 children, and a five-member crew are waiting for departure, Don-Avia spokeswoman Inna Churlyayeva said.