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Iranian airline turns back after engine failure

Posted 1 January 2017 · Add Comment

An Iranian passenger plane was forced to return to Tehran's Mehrabad airport after one of its two engines failed,

The Tasnim news agency reported that all passengers were safe from Saturday’s incident.

The agency reported that Taban Airways McDonnell Douglas MD-80 said it had had turned back "due to technical failure".

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