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Movie (1986)
Russian title: Размах крыльев
English title: Wingspan

Starring:
Evgeniy Karelskikh (captain Semen Seleznev)
Sergei Sazontyev (co-pilot Nikita Sudarev)
Vladimir Zamanski (navigator Gennady Ivanovich Vasil’kov)
Vyacheslav Baranov (flight engineer Dima Kiselev)
Vitaliy Doroshenko (radio operator Ivan Nevyantsev)
Anna Gulyarenko (head flight attendant)
Mikhail Zhigalov (Vladimir Pavlov, shift supervisor at Central Air Traffic Control Service)
Sergey Prokhanov (passenger)
Lya Akhedzhakova (passenger)
Viktor Mikhaylov (passenger)

An Il-18 heading to Sverdlovsk has two engines out due to a fire, but all airports where it could safely divert are closed because of heavy snowstorm. The crew has to make a right decision.

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