NEWS Passengers had to push the UTair Tu-134 frozen to the ground in -52 degrees (Russian)

Passengers had to get out and push their plane in temperatures of minus 52C after freezing weather brought it to a standstill.
Transport officials in western Siberia are investigating the incident, which took place in the town of Igarka on Tuesday.
The plane, which had 74 passengers on board, was being operated by Katekavia, a Siberian airline belonging to UTair group.
The airline’s technical director, Vladimir Artmenko, told the Rossiyskaya Gazeta daily: “That morning it was minus 52C (minus 61F).
“The plane had stood on the runway for 24 hours and the pilots forgot to take off the parking brake.
“That caused the brake pads to freeze up.”