Citywing Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Belfast

Sunday, June 8, 2014
By George Hatcher

citywingA Citywing flight en route from George Best Belfast City Airport in Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland to the Isle of Man had to return and make an emergency landing due to some technical issues.

The twin propeller aircraft landed without incident on June 6 and all five passengers and two crew members on-board, exited safely.

A spokesman of the Citywing said, “The flight experienced a potential technical issue and in line with safety procedures, the plane was returned to the airport quickly and safely.”

The passengers were booked onto the next flight to their destination.

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