Ural Airlines A321 Lands In Field After Bird Strike, Engine Failure

Credit: Ural Airlines
MOSCOW—An Airbus A321 operated by Russia’s Ural Airlines was forced to land in a corn field Aug. 15 after its CFM International CFM-56 engines ingested a flock of seagulls shortly after takeoff at Moscow’s Zhukovsky airport.There were no casualties, but the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations...

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