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YEKATERINBURG, December 09, 16:53 /ITAR-TASS/. Bombardier CRJ200 jet, which has made a forced landing at the airport of Surgut (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area), belongs to UTair Airlines, spokeswoman to the Ural Investigation Department of Russia’s Investigation Committee Marina Bubkina told Itar-Tass.
Meanwhile, there is no information on the flight on online board at the airports of Roshchino (Tyumen) and Surgut.
Bombardier CRJ200 jet has made a forced landing 20 minutes after it took off. “The alarm worked. No passengers and crewmembers have been hurt. No one has addressed for medical assistance,” the Interior Ministry’s Transport Department reported.
This is the third forced landing by Bombardier CRJ200 jets in the Ural Federal District in the last four days. On December 7 Bombardier CRJ200 of RusLain Airlines made a forced landing at the airport of Koltsovo, Yekaterinburg, when crewmembers noted the failure of navigation sensors. On December 6 Bombardier CRJ-200, which made the Moscow-Tyumen flight, of UTair Airlines made a crash landing at the airport of Koltsovo. No one was hurt.