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Engines of "Boeing" which accomplished an emergency landing in Kazakhstan were new - "Itek-Air".

Engines of "Boeing" which accomplished an emergency landing in Kazakhstan were new, in other words guarantee term has not expired, Deputy General Director of "Itek-Air" company (Kyrgyzstan) Alexandr Yunnikov reported. To remind, airplane "Boeing-737 200" (side number EX127) accomplished an emergency landing in Uralsk airport (Kazakhstan) in the course of operating flight Bishkek-Moscow at 11:30 a.m. Bishkek time on August 28 due to oil spillage from left engine.There were 105 adults, 10 teenagers, and 3 infants on board, Yunnikov reported. No one was injured. They were accommodated in the hotel and provided with food. Another plane which will transport them to Moscow will depart in the nearest future. After investigation of special commission air company will possibly prefer claims to plant producer, he said. It was not a flight accident, but an incident, he underlined.

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