Russia’s Yamal Airlines has temporarily pulled its Boeing 737s fleet out of service. The Salekhard-based carrier said the grounding is necessary to lower the risk of spontaneous errors pertaining to the deviation or deflection of the elevator. According to a Yamal statement, the decision was made after reviewing the flight information transcript of a Tatarstan Airlines Boeing 737-500 that crashed at Kazan airport in November. The airline did not disclose any other ...

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