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MOSCOW, January 5 (Itar-Tass) — All 150 Russian tourists successfully took off from the airport in the French city Lille to Moscow, passenger Anna Chaplygina told Itar-Tass by phone from France on Friday.
She noted that “all the malfunctions were eliminated” onboard the airliner, according to officials of the airport.
“The airliner A 319, which belongs to the Tatarskiye Airlines (the Russian republic of Tatarstan), arrived in Lille back yesterday and it was to depart at 16:30 local time for Moscow,” Chaplygina told Itar-Tass before. However, the airliner failed to bring the Russian citizens to the homeland timely over the malfunction onboard the airplane.