S7 A320 near Rostov on Jun 29th 2020, engine shut down in flight
Last Update: June 29, 2020 / 16:00:53 GMT/Zulu time
The Southern Transport Prosecutor Office performed an audit of compliance with safety legislation. There were no injuries as result of the emergency landing.
The aircraft is still on the ground about 9 hours after landing.
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