Azur Air, Russia to Cuba flight diverted to Atlantic City after fuel leak #ZF555

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Azur Air has announced that one of its planes a Boeing 767-300ER (reg. VP-BXW) landed in Atlantic City, New Jersey, because the crew noticed it was consuming fuel at an unusual rate as they traveled over the Atlantic Ocean.

The crew of the Azur Air flight that was heading from Moscow to Cuba’s Varadero noticed the increased fuel consumption and the commander decided to land at an alternate airport, Landing was conducted in a normal mode

All the 294 passengers and 14 crewmembers where flown with another plane reg. VP-BUX to Cuba.

Tweets by the Russian Consulate in New York:

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