SF-Bound United Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing with only One Engine

Wednesday, May 7, 2014
By George Hatcher

new-united-logoA United Airlines flight was forced to make emergency landing at Lincoln Airport, after one of its engines malfunctioned.

The flight was carrying 168 people from Boston to San Francisco when a fault in one of its engines was noticed. The malfunctioned engine was then shut down and the Boeing 757-200 was diverted to Lincoln Airport where it made an uneventful emergency landing at 1:20 p.m. on April 6.

All passengers and crew members safely exited. Another plane was arranged, which left Lincoln at 7:40pm to take the passengers to their destination.

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