A passenger plane operated by Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA), flying from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport to Frankfurt (Germany), was diverted Sunday from its route and made an emergency landing in Russia after experiencing problems with one of its engines.
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ANA Flight 203 landed safely on runway 29 at 6:32 a.m. local time at Russia’s Krasnoyarsk airport after signs of low oil quantity and low oil pressure in the left engine were indicated on the cockpit display, according to a statement from the Japanese carrier.
On the plane, a Boeing 787-9 registered JA872A, were 69 passengers and 10 crew members. No injuries were reported.