A trade plane for an Air India flight redirected to Russia due to a motor issue arrived in San Francisco on Thursday, conveying all travelers and team, the carrier said.

Due to an engine issue, the Boeing 777, which was carrying 216 passengers and 16 crew members, had to make an emergency landing on Tuesday in Siberia, Russia. This left passengers stranded in the far east of the country.

In an explanation delivered Wednesday, Air India said Flight 173, took off from New Dehli Tuesday night, and “fostered a specialized issue with one of its motors.”

The plane later arrived at Russia’s Magadan air terminal in Siberia. A port town on the Okhotsk Sea is where the airport is.

No wounds announced, travelers being offered help in Siberia
No wounds were accounted for by the aircraft.

After securely handling, the assertion said, the plane went through wellbeing checks and the travelers were offered help on the ground.

According to information obtained from the tracking website FlightAware.com, the aircraft was scheduled to land at San Francisco International Airport at 8:05 p.m. (CT) after taking off at 5 p.m. local time.

“The ferry flight is carrying essentials in addition to sufficient amount of food to cater to all passengers on the onward flight scheduled from GDX to San Francisco,” the airline stated on Wednesday morning. “The replacement plane took off from Mumbai to Magadan so that the stranded passengers could continue their travel to the United States.”

The substitution plane showed up in San Francisco at 12:07 a.m. Thursday neighborhood time, as indicated by Flight Mindful.

The carrier additionally said it would completely discount travelers’ passages and give them vouchers for future travel on Air India.

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According to Vedant Patel, a spokesperson for the U.S. State Department, fewer than 50 Americans were on the plane, and the department was unaware of any of them contacting the U.S. Embassy in Russia or other diplomatic posts.

Girvaan Kaahma, 16, was going on the trip with his uncle and sibling, the Related Press detailed. The youngster told the power source he and his kindred travelers are illegal from leaving the Magadan inn they were remaining in and couldn’t utilize their charge cards “to purchase things from the candy machine” because of assents over Russia’s conflict on Ukraine.

Wednesday morning, the airline opened a “round-the-clock” hotline for passengers’ concerns: +91 124 264 1427.

Early landing is prompted by an “unruly” passenger: Due to an “unruly” passenger, a Paris-to-Detroit flight lands in Canada. AP Writer Jerome Minerva contributed from the United States and Krutika Pathi from New Delhi.

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