Aeroflot plane en route from Oslo to Moscow returns to airport of departure

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ITAR-TASS 172: MOSCOW, RUSSIA. MARCH 5. Airbus A-321 of the JSC Aeroflot - Russian Airlines flies above the Sheremetyevo Airport . (Photo ITAR-TASS /Marina Lystseva) 172. Россия. Москва. 5 марта. Аэробус А-321 компании "Аэрофлот" во время технического полета в аэропорту Шереметьево. Фото ИТАР-ТАСС/ Марина Лысцева

MOSCOW, July 23. /TASS/. The plane operated by Russia’s Aeroflot airliner that was en route from Oslo to Moscow has returned to the airport of departure, the company’s press service told TASS. Earlier, according to the Flightradar website, the crew had reported an emergency situation on board and asked for permission to return to Oslo.

“The plane en route SU2175 that was going from Oslo to Moscow has returned to the airport of departure for a technical reason. The landing at Oslo’s airport was carried out in a regular mode,” the airline company reported.

The passengers receive all the things needed “in accordance with the Federal Aviation Rules and Aeroflot’s standards,” the company highlighted.

It was reported earlier that Airbus A321 en route SU2175 departed at 14:35 Moscow time from Oslo’s airport and 15 minutes later gave a signal of an emergency.

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