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Blue Panorama Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Italy

Blue Panorama Airlines flight BV-2221 made an emergency landing in Ancona, Italy, on July 17th.

The Boeing 737-400 plane heading from Tirana, Albania, to Milan–Malpensa Airport, Italy, was diverted after it suffered loss of cabin pressure due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and forty-three people aboard remained unharmed.

American Airlines Flight Returns to Chicago due to Cracked Windshield

American Airlines flight AA-153 had to return and make an emergency landing in Chicago, Illinois, on July 9th.

The Boeing 787-800 plane took off for Tokyo Narita Airport, Japan, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and sixty-four passengers and thirteen crew members remained unharmed.

Air India Flight Returns to Hong Kong due to Cracked Windshield

Air India flight AI-314 had to return and make an emergency landing in Hong Kong, China, on July 5th.

The Boeing 787-800 plane took off for Kansai International Airport, Japan, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and forty passengers aboard remained unharmed.

Lufthansa Flight Diverts to Munich due to Cracked Windshield

Lufthansa flight LH-319 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Munich, Germany, on June 25th.

The plane heading from Florence, Italy, to Frankfurt, Germany, was diverted due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

ANA Flight Diverts to Helsinki due to Cracked Windshield

All Nippon Airways flight NH-232 made an emergency landing in Helsinki, Finland, on June 23rd.

The Boeing 787-800 plane heading from Brussels, Belgium, to Narita International Airport, Japan, was diverted due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and sixty-two people aboard remained unharmed.

TAROM Flight Returns to Romania due to Cracked Window

TAROM flight RO-361 had to return and make an emergency landing at Henri Coanda International Airport, Romania, on June 12th.

The Boeing 737-700 plane took off for Amsterdam, Netherlands, but had to turn back due to a cracked window.

The plane landed back safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Condor Flight Diverts to Belgrade due to Cracked Windshield

Condor flight DE-833 made an emergency landing in Belgrade, Serbia, on June 5th.

The Airbus A320-200 plane heading from Antalya, Turkey, to Stuttgart, Germany, was diverted due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and seventy-seven passengers and seven crew members remained unharmed.

American Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in El Paso

American Airlines flight AA-1897 made an emergency landing in El Paso, Texas, on June 3rd.

The Airbus A319-100 plane heading from San Antonio, Texas, to Phoenix, Arizona, was diverted after it sustained damage to the windscreen and nose cone due to a severe hail storm.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and thirty passengers and five crew members remained uninjured.

Ethiopian Airlines Flight Returns to Brazil due to Cracked Windshield

Ethiopian Airlines flight ET-507 had to return and make an emergency landing at Sao Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport, Brazil, on May 31st.

The Boeing 787-800 plane took off for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Beijing Capital Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Hangzhou

Beijing Capital Airlines flight JD-421 had to return and make an emergency landing in Hangzhou, China, on May 29th.

The Airbus A321-200 plane took off for Nha Trang, Vietnam, but had to turn back after the crew noticed cracks in a window.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Condor Flight Returns to Dusseldorf due to Cracked Windshield

Condor flight DE-1762 had to return and make an emergency landing in Dusseldorf, Germany, on May 24th.

The Boeing 737-400 plane took off for Kavala, Greece, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed back safely. All one hundred and fifty-five people aboard remained unharmed.

United Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Zurich

United Airlines flight UA-135 had to return and make an emergency landing in Zurich, Switzerland, on May 20th.

The Boeing 767-400 plane took off for Newark, New Jersey, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Eurowings Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Greece

Eurowings EW-4387 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Thessaloniki, Greece, on May 17th.

The plane heading from Rhodes, Greece, to Salzburg, Austria, was diverted due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Sichuan Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing in China

Sichuan Airlines flight 3U-8633 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Chengdu, China, on May 14th.

The Airbus A319-100 plane heading from Chongqing to Lhasa, China, was diverted after the right-hand windshield completely shattered, partially pulling the co-pilot out of the cockpit.

The plane landed safely.

The airline said the co-pilot received skin abrasions and another crew member sustained a waist injury.

JetBlue Flight Diverts to Fort Lauderdale due to Cracked Windshield

JetBlue flight B6-1052 made an emergency landing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on May 6th.

The Airbus A320-200 plane heading from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Tampa, Florida, was diverted due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

Southwest Airlines Plane Diverts to Ohio due to Cracked Window

Southwest Airlines flight WN-957 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Ohio, on May 2nd.

The Boeing 737-700 flying from Chicago, Illinois, to Newark, New Jersey, had to divert due to a crack in the cabin window.

The plane landed safely.

All 81 passengers aboard remained safe.

American Airlines Flight Returns to Washington National Airport due to Cracked Windshield

American Airlines flight AA-5548 had to return and make an emergency landing at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Virginia, on April 27th.

The plane took off for Hartford, Connecticut, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

TAROM Flight Returns to Romania due to Cracked Window

TAROM flight RO-421 had to return and make an emergency landing at Henri Coanda International Airport, Romania, on April 26th.

The Boeing 737-700 plane took off for Barcelona, Spain, but had to turn back due to a crack in a cabin window.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and five people aboard remained unharmed.

Flybe Flight Returns to Newquay due to Cracked Windshield

Flybe flight BE-801 had to return and make an emergency landing at Cornwall Airport Newquay, England, on April 24th.

The plane took off for Gatwick Airport, England, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed back safely. All ninety-two passengers aboard remained safe.

Ryanair Flight Returns to East Midlands Airport After Bird Strike

Ryanair flight FR-1742 had to return and make an emergency landing at East Midlands Airport, England, on March 29th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane took off for Ireland West Airport Knock, Ireland, but had to turn back after it suffered a bird strike that caused damage to the windshield.

The plane landed back safely. All passengers and crew members remained unharmed.

Air Atlanta Icelandic Plane Returns to Germany due to Cracked Windshield

Air Atlanta Icelandic flight CC-716 made an emergency landing at Frankfurt–Hahn Airport, Germany, on March 18th.

The Boeing 747-400 freighter plane took off for Greenville, South Carolina, but had to turn back due to a cracked windshield.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

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