Air France plane en route Moscow-Paris made an emergency landing at the Luxembourg airport

August 21, 2019


The Air France plane, flight AF1145 Moscow - Paris, made an emergency landing at the Luxembourg airport. No one was injured during the landing, the airport press service told TASS.

"We can confirm that flight AF1145 landed due to an emergency situation on board, details are being clarified," an airport representative said, ""No one was injured," they added.

According to a TASS source in Luxembourg, it was a matter of identifying "a small technical aircraft malfunction" during the flight.

Earlier on Tuesday, Flightradar reported that the Air France flight from Moscow to Paris had sent an emergency signal and was preparing to land in Luxembourg.

According to Flightradar, the Air France Airbus A319 flew out of Sheremetyevo to Paris. The plane signaled that there is an emergency on board in the vicinity of Luxembourg, made a turn and began to decline. 

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