Emergency Landing in Shannon

Tuesday, August 6, 2013
By George Hatcher

A Delta Boeing 767 diverted to Shannon and made an emergency landing on August 5, 2013 with emergency services on standby.

220 passengers and crew were aboard when the right engine developed problems and was shut down.

Pilots dumped fuel thirty minutes into the flight and made a safe landing in Shannon.

The flight was en route from Italy to Atlanta.

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