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Skywest Plane makes Emergency Landing in Kansas

Skywest Airlines flight OO-3623/ DL-3623 made an emergency landing at Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport, Kansas, on July 15th.

The Canadair CRJ-200 en route to Minnesota was climbing out when the crew declared an emergency after losing the hydraulic fluid in its landing gear.

The plane landed safely.

All 43 people aboard remained unhurt.

United Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Athens

United airlinesUnited Airlines flight UA-125 made an emergency landing in Athens, Greece, on September 30th.

The Boeing 767-300 plane took off for Newark, New Jersey, but had to return shortly afterwards after the passengers noticed fluid leaking from the left hand wing.

The plane landed safely. All 209 passengers and 11 crew members remained unhurt.

AtlasGlobal Plane Returns to Turkey due to Fuel Leakage

AtlasGlobalAtlasGlobal flight 8Q-807 had to return and make a precautionary landing at Antalya Airport, Antalya, Turkey, on August 14th.

The Airbus A321-200 en-route to Paderborn, Germany, had to return shortly after the crew was informed that there was fluid leaking out of one of its wings.

The plane landed safely. All people onboard remained unharmed.

The passengers were accommodated in a replacement plane.

Passengers Jump out as Loganair Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Netherlands

LoganairA Loganair charter flight had to return and make an emergency landing at Rotterdam The Hague Airport in the Netherlands on September 30.

The Saab 340 aircraft, carrying 17 passengers, departed for Aberdeen, Scotland, but had to turn back shortly afterwards due to a hydraulic leak. Passengers reported seeing red fluid leaking out from the aircraft’s wing.

According to an airline spokesperson, “The aircraft landed safely at the airport around 4.35pm local time where it was brought to a halt, but subsequently rolled just off the runway due to an issue with the hydraulics.” The passengers had to jump out of the emergency exits.

The airline arranged a replacement service for the passengers.

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