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Cape Air Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Adirondack Regional Airport

Cape Air flight 1815 made an emergency landing at Adirondack Regional Airport in Franklin County, New York, on August 25th.

The Cessna 402 plane heading from Albany International Airport to Ogdensburg Regional Airport, New York, was diverted after the crew noticed an engine issue and a whiff of smoke in the cabin.

The plane landed safely. All five passengers aboard remained unharmed.

CommutAir Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Nose Gear Problem

CommutAirCommutAir flight C5-4919 made an emergency landing at Washington Dulles International Airport, Virginia, on September 24th.

The plane was flying from Albany, New York, when the crew reported a nose gear problem and declared an emergency.

The plane safely landed without nose gear.

Two passengers were transported to hospital with arm injuries.

PSA Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Smoke in Cabin

PSA AirlinesPSA Airlines flight AA-5446 had to make an emergency landing in Albany, New York, on August 10th.

The plane flying from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Virginia, was on final approach when the crew declared an emergency due to smoke in the cabin.

The plane landed uneventfully. Everyone aboard remained safe.

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