Delta Air Lines plane forced to make emergency landing
The plane, flying from Atlanta to Seattle, had problems with the left engine. The board landed successfully.
At the airport of the American city of Salt Lake City, Utah, the Delta Air Lines Boeing 757-200 made an emergency landing, which was heading from Atlanta to Seattle. This was announced on Monday, February 22, by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), according to the local television channel KSL-TV.
As specified in the FAA, the aircraft had problems with the left engine.
“A Delta Air Lines Boeing 757-200 has changed course for Salt Lake City International Airport and successfully landed on Monday morning after a port engine problem,” the statement said.
The FAA will verify the incident.
According to the TV channel, no one was hurt.
Recall that on Saturday, a Boeing 777 engine caught fire during the flight, its parts fell on the city of Bloomfield in Colorado. There were no casualties.
In this regard, Boeing recommended suspending flights of Boeing 777 aircraft powered by Pratt & Whitney PW4000-112 engines.
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