Aeroflot A333 at Vladivostok on Mar 27th 2021, rejected takeoff due to engine failure
Last Update: March 27, 2021 / 21:56:36 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft is still on the ground in Vladivostok about 17 hours after the rejected takeoff.
The airport reported the passengers disembarked and were taken to hotels.
Passengers reported one of the engines failed during the takeoff run, the crew reacted quickly as lightning.
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