The German plane used to transport the sick stayed at Vnukovo airport for several hours. This is evidenced by the data of the Flightradar24 monitoring resource.
The privately owned Bombardier Challenger 604 took off from Frankfurt am Main on 4 March. At about 4:08 p.m., the plane landed at Vnukovo. According to information “Kommersant”the aircraft was heading to Nuremberg.
It is specified that the resuscitation aircraft flew over the Baltic Sea and ended up in Russian airspace through Latvia. In Vnukovo, the board stood for almost two and a half hours.
The reasons for the plane landing in Moscow are not specified. Last year, Russia and the European Union closed airspace to each other’s aircraft.
The other day a charter plane that took off from St. Petersburg veered off course and ended up in Hungary. The crew of the aircraft was on its way to Turkey. Turkish Airlines said the reason for the sudden landing in another country is unknown.