A Boeing 777 of the Russian company Rossiya had to make an emergency landing this Friday, February 26 in Moscow after a engine problem, less than a week after a spectacular incident in a reactor in a similar device in the United States.
“During cargo flight 4520 Hong Kong-Madrid, a malfunction of the engine control sensor was detected,” the company told AFP in a statement, adding that “the crew decided to do it.” an emergency landing in MoscowThe specialized sites confirmed that the aircraft was a Boeing 777.
“The landing was carried out normally. The plane will resume its flight to Madrid after 10 in the morning,” added Rossiya, a subsidiary of the Russian state company Aeroflot.
On February 21, the reactor of one such aircraft operated by the United Airlines company caught fire shortly after taking off from Denver, in the western United States, and lost its fairing. As the plane rushed back to the airport, a debris rain he had stumbled upon a suburban Denver area.