Shanghai-Bound Plane Ends Up In Russia

By Lauren Hogan, February 16, 2017

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China Eastern strikes again.

Yesterday, a flight from London to Pudong was forced to land in Russia due to an engine failure.

Fortunately no one was harmed and the plane (Flight MU552) landed safely with the 186 passengers and 17 crew members unharmed.

A second plane was sent to collect the passengers stranded at Yemelyanovo International airport. 

[Image via Shanghai Daily]

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