Created Monday, Jun 7th 2021 15:20Z, last updated Monday, Jun 7th 2021 15:20Z
An Aeroflot Airbus A321-200, registration VQ-BED performing flight SU-13 from St. Petersburg to Moscow Sheremetyevo (Russia) with 132 passengers, was climbing through about 6000 feet out of St. Petersburg's runway 10L when the crew received indication of the yellow hydraulic system's fluid overheating. The crew worked the related checklists, turned the related pump off resulting in a yellow hydraulic system low pressure warning. The crew decided to continue the flight to Moscow, was able to extend the flaps into landing configuration and landed safely on Sheremetyevo's runway 06L about 60 minutes later.

Rosaviatsia reported the crew used only the left hand thrust reverser during the landing roll and had no nose wheel steering available, however, was able to vacate the runway using asymmetric wheel brakes. After stopping on the taxiway clear of the runway the aircraft was towed to the apron.

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