A plane flying to Moscow from Varadero, Cuba, collides with a flock of eagles

A plane flying to Moscow from Varadero, Cuba, collides with a flock of eagles
A plane flying to Moscow from Varadero, Cuba, collides with a flock of eagles

The Russian Azur Air plane collided with Nasrin while taking off from Varadero Airport in Cuba.

As stated in the company’s press office, the accident occurred on the runway while the aircraft was on flight ZF 556.
And the Russian website TourDom.ru quoted a spokesman for the airline as saying that the pilot took a decision to stop the flight, and then the plane returned safely to its position at the airport for the purpose of ensuring the safety of passengers. The spokesman explained that another plane will transport passengers to Moscow.

He said that due to the accident, the company did not include any adjustments to the schedule of AZUR flights on other routes.

It is reported that the two eagles collided with the Azur Air plane, which was supposed to take off from the Varadero resort airport at 10:15 local time. One of the two eagles colliding with the plane caused a breach in its nose, while the second eagle collided with its right engine, causing flames to be emitted from it. A wheel in the left landing leg exploded due to rapid braking. None of the plane’s passengers and crew were injured.

 
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