Virgin Australia Plane Returns to California with Cracked Windshield

Sunday, August 2, 2015
By George Hatcher

Virgin australiaVirgin Australia flight VA-8 returned and made an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport, California, on the morning of July 29.

The Boeing 777, heading towards Brisbane, Australia, was turned around after the pilots noticed a crack in its windshield.

The passenger jet landed safely and there were no reported injuries.

After inspection, the crew “rectified the issue”, and allowed the plane to fly again.

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