A321 aircraft cut in two and taken out of cornfield
The use of A321 parts as museum exhibits or souvenirs is not possible.
Ural Airlines's Airbus A321 that made an emergency landing on a cornfield in the Moscow Region on August 15 has been removed from the scene. Previously, the liner was divided into several parts. Subsequently, they are disposed of. “The evacuation of the aircraft is complete. The cabin was the last to be taken out of the field,” TASS was told in the operational headquarters.
Using parts of A321 as museum exhibits or souvenirs is impossible, as the aircraft was leased and is under customs control, a technical specialist at Ural Airlines said.
Recall, on August 15, the Airbus A321 aircraft with 226 passengers on board bound from Moscow to Simferopol made an emergency landing on a corn field near Zhukovsky Airport. According to preliminary data, the aircraft's engines failed because of the seagulls that got into them. 76 people were injured. Pilots were awarded with the title of Heroes of Russia.
Video: The plane landed on a cornfield will be dismantled by Monday