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Lufthansa Flight Diverts to JFK Airport due to Bomb Threat

Lufthansa Airlines flight LH-441 had to divert and make an emergency landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, on December 12th.

The plane flying from Houston, Texas, to Frankfort, Germany, was diverted due to a bomb threat.

According to the airline, “LH441 was diverted as a matter of precaution in coordination with the relevant authorities and the pilot… Passengers disembarked and LH staff will take care of them. The aircraft will be searched.”

The authorities gave the all-clear after thoroughly searching the aircraft.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Franklin County Field

A small Cessna 172 plane made an emergency landing in a field on Woodlake Road near U.S. 460, Franklin County, Kentucky, on November 27.

The plane was heading from Jacksonville, North Carolina, to Frankfort, Kentucky when it apparently experienced engine issues and was forced to land in the field.

Authorities said the plane landed uneventfully. The pilot Dean Stoops and his only passenger Cindy Stoops remained safe.

The incident is under investigation.

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