Push-Starting An Airliner In Siberia
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What do you do in Russia when your plane gets frozen to the tarmac at - 61 F?  Well, you get out and push, of course!

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The Tupolev Tu-134 airliner was scheduled to fly from Igarka (Siberia) to Krasnoyarsk.  It had been sitting on the ground for more than 24 hours, causing the wheels to freeze.  "The 74 passengers disembarked to lighten the weight, and then they volunteered to move it,' a spokesperson for the airline told reporters.  Once on the runway, the plane safely took off and reached its destination. 
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