At IGI airport emergency declared after Russia-bound aircraft makes emergency landing following engine failure

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With 345 passengers on-board a Russia-bound aircraft from Vietnam  made an emergency landing at the T-3 terminal of the IGI airport in Delhi, after suffering an engine failure.
The Delhi International Airport Limited spokesperson said, all the passengers are safe and all standard operating procedures were put into action during the emergency landing at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport at 6:10 pm, he said.
The non-scheduled flight, numbered RL-772, was going from Phu-Quoe in Vietnam to Yekaterinburg Russia, a DIAL spokesperson said.
The flight landed safely at Terminal 3 following which all the passengers were evacuated from the flight. The aircraft was later moved to an isolated place, according to India Today,

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