A321

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A321Airbus 321 (airliner)
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Footage taken moments after the miracle landing shows panicked passengers making their way out of the Ural Airlines' Airbus 321 to safety this morning.
The Ministry of Health informed that 23 people had suffered injuries, but nobody had been killed when the Ural Airlines Airbus 321 came down in a field southeast of Moscow after striking a flock of gulls, disrupting its engines.  The plane was traveling from Moscow to Crimea's Simferopol with 234 people on board, as per The Moscow Times.
Images and video footage showed the Airbus 321 plane after the landing in a cornfield about 1 kilometre away from the airport.
The Ural Airlines Airbus 321 was travelling to Simferopol in Crimea when it hit the flock of gulls shortly after take-off, disrupting its engines.
Rodriguez also piloted early and late generation airplanes like the HS-748; Fokker-50; Airbus-320; G-150 and Boeing 777-300 ER and Airbus 321.
The deadliest air disaster on Pakistani soil was in 2010 when an Airbus 321 operated by private airline Airblue and flying from Karachi crashed into the hills outside Islamabad while coming in to land, killing all 152 onboard.
The deadliest air disaster on Pakistani soil was in 2010, when an Airbus 321 operated by private airline Airblue and flying from Karachi crashed into the hills outside Islamabad while coming in to land, killing all 152 on board.
A Delta executive told an earnings conference call that the MAX is a ''good product'' and that it was a ''close call'' when Delta opted a couple of years ago for the rival Airbus 321 as it was updating its narrow-body fleet.
The easyJet Airbus 321, took off from Gatwick Airport at 6:20am and was ordered to park on an isolated part of the runway when it arrived in Turkey.
It is scheduled to take the delivery of two more Airbus 321 neo and two Bombardier Q400 New Generation this year.
The highest reported sighting was at 15,500ft, when a drone came within 100ft of an Airbus 321 which had left Doncaster Sheffield Airport.
This amended STC, originally issued for Airbus 321 aircraft, is in addition to AerSale's STCs for the Boeing 767 series, approved by the FAA in February 2018, as well as the Boeing 737 CL series and the Boeing 737 NG series, both approved in 2016.