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Lufthansa CityLine Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Munich

Lufthansa CityLine flight LH-1650 had to return and make an emergency landing in Munich, Germany, on August 23rd.

The plane took off for Sibiu, Romania, but had to turn back after the crew noticed fan vibrations.

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

Germanwings Flight Diverts to Belgrade due to Faulty Fan

germanwingsGermanwings flight 4U-5331 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Belgrade, Serbia, on October 8th.

The Airbus A319-100 plane heading from Rhodes, Greece, to Cologne, Germany, was diverted due to a faulty fan.

The plane landed safely. There were 144 people aboard at the time; all of them remained unharmed.

kulula.com Plane Diverts to Johannesburg due to Bird Ingestion

Kulula.comkulula.com flight MN-483 had to divert and make an emergency landing at O. R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, South Africa, on February 7.

The Boeing 737-800, flying in South Africa, from Lanseria to Cape Town, had to divert after one of its engines ingested a bird, thus damaging its fan blades.

The plane landed safely.

No injuries were reported.

Coastguard Plane Makes Emergency Landing in India

emergencyA Coastguard plane made an emergency landing in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, on November 26.

The plane was returning to the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport from a reconnaissance duty when the pilot reported a faulty fan on the left wing and requested an emergency landing.

The plane landed uneventfully. The pilot remained safe.

London Bound AAS Flight Aborts Take-off after Bird Strike

AASAurigny Air Services flight GR-604 had to abort take-off at Guernsey Airport, Guernsey/ Channel Islands, UK, on September 26.

Crew of the Embraer ERJ-195, en-route to Gatwick Airport, Crawley, London, had to reject take-off after a “bird strike” on its left engine.

The aircraft returned to the apron safely.

The bird strike on the engine caused damage to the plane’s fan blades.

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