Flybe Plane Diverts to Birmingham

Tuesday, August 30, 2016
By George Hatcher

flybeFlybe flight BE-1274 made an emergency landing in Birmingham, England, on August 29th.

The plane flying from Amsterdam, Netherlands, to Manchester, England, was diverted after the crew became aware that one of the tires had burst during departure. An airline spokesperson said the plane was diverted as a “precautionary measure to take into consideration more favorable wind conditions”

The plane landed safely. All 76 people aboard remained unhurt.

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