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KHABAROVSK, June 2. /TASS/. A Boeing 777 airliner of Air France, flying from Tokyo to Paris, has made an emergency landing in Russia’s Far eastern city of Khabarovsk due to an engine failure. Nobody has been hurt, head of the public relations department of Khabarovsk airport Natalia Tsvetkova told TASS on Tuesday.
"Air France Flight 275, flying from Tokyo to Paris, landed safely at Khabarovsk airport at 02:30am, local time. There were 275 passengers and 17 crewmembers on board," Tsvetkova said. "Specialists are conducting technical examination of the aircraft, one of the engines of which, according to preliminary data, failed," she added. The decision on the accommodation of the international flight passengers will be taken by the border service.