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B-767 airplane forced to make emergency landing at East Midlands Airport
Castle Donington, UK - Second case after the FAA’s Airworthiness Directive
Six fire engines were alerted yesterday at East Midlands Airport in Castle Donington, after a B-767 aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing. The B-767 was en route from Barbados to "Birmingham International Airport" when the pilot reported a suspected technical fault.The aircraft landed with no damage or injuries at 5:40am and then continued towards Birmingham after thorough checks. A spokesman...
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