A passenger plane of the Russian airline Yamal sent a distress signal immediately after takeoff and abruptly changed direction. This was announced on Thursday, January 14 by the Telegram channel Aviaincidents.
According to the FlightRadar portal, this is an Airbus A320-232 aircraft that took off at 3:15 am Moscow time on the route from Domodedovo to Salekhard on flight YC32.
As the channel specifies, the liner began circling over the airport, producing fuel for an hour, and then moved towards St. Petersburg and gave an alarm, reporting on the air about problems with the speed sensor.
As a result, Airbus requested a staged descent at Pulkovo, and an alarm was announced at the air harbor. At 7:00, the plane landed safely.
On January 13, it was reported that a plane flying from Vladivostok was preparing for an emergency landing in Moscow due to a brake failure sensor. The aircraft landed at Sheremetyevo airport at 15:57 Moscow time.