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Sun Country Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Boise Airport

Sun Country Airlines Flight 123 had to make an emergency landing at the Boise Airport, Idaho, at around 4 p.m. on September 25.

According to the airport authorities, the decision for emergency landing was made after a warning light indicated an engine fire. The charter flight was en-route from Lewiston, Idaho, to Laughlin, Nevada, at the time.

The Boeing 737 landed uneventfully and no one was injured.

The investigation confirmed that there was no evidence of engine fire. The aircraft’s warning light indicator is being repaired.

Emergency Sun Country Diversion to Detroit

On April 18, 2013, on landing in Lansing Michigan, a Boeing 737 owned by SUN COUNTRY suffered an incident. Almost landing, actually. We presume gusty conditions.

On approach, a wing struck the runway.

The crew aborted the landing, and diverted to Detroit where they made a safe landing.

There were no injuries reported and the degree of damage to the wing and the rest of the plane has not been released.

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