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Nordica Flight Rejects Takeoff due to Smoke Detector Warning

Nordica flight LO-8179 had to reject takeoff from Tallinn Airport, Estonia, on June 5th.

The plane was accelerating to takeoff for Amsterdam, Netherlands, when the crew received a smoke detector warning and rejected takeoff.

The plane stopped safely.

The passengers were evacuated onto the runway.

Nordica Airlines Flight Returns to Estonia Due to Fluctuations in Engine Oil Pressure

Nordica Airlines flight LO-8177 had to return for an emergency landing in Tallinn, Estonia, on January 3rd.

The plane took off for Brussels, Belgium, but had to turn back due to fluctuations in engine oil pressure.

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

ULS Airlines Gets Stuck in Estonia

On Feb 8, 2013, a ULS Airlines Cargo Airbus A300B4-2C made a safe landing at Tallinn Airport in Estonia, and then got mired in soft ground while navigating the tarmac.

The plane was carrying 40 tons of cargo and had to be unloaded to be dragged onto the hard pavement.

Air traffic was suspended till 2:35 pm. Weather conditions were reported as not being behind the cause of the incident.

2nd Estonia : Water + Electrics Don’t Mix

Pictured: An Estonia Air Boeing 737 at Tallinn – Lennart Meri (Ulemiste)
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What: Estonia Air Boeing 737 en route from Tallinn to Copenhagen
Where: Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport
When: Jan 16, 2011
Why: A leak in a water pipe set off electrical problems. The pilots returned to the airport and made a safe landing.

Passengers were provided an later flight.

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