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Air Greenland Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Iceland

Air Greenland flight GL-784 made an emergency landing in Keflavik, Iceland, on July 3rd.

The Airbus A330-200 plane heading from Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, to Copenhagen, Denmark, was diverted after an unusual odor was noticed in the galley.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and forty-six passengers aboard remained unharmed.

Condor Air Plane Diverts to Greenland due to Smoke in Cabin

Condor Air flight DE-2064 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Sondrestrom Air Base, Greenland, on July 20th.

The Boeing 767-300 flying from Frankfurt, Germany, to Las Vegas, Nevada, had to divert due to smoke in its cabin.

The plane landed safely.

No one was injured.

WestJet Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Greenland

WestJetWestJet flight WS-4 made an emergency landing at Kangerlussuaq Airport, Greenland, on October 18th.

The Boeing 767-300 plane heading from Gatwick Airport, England, to Toronto, Canada, was diverted after the crew noticed a failure in the avionics bay cooling system.

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.

Air Inuit Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Canada due to Hydraulic Problem

Air InuitAn Air Inuit plane had to return and make an emergency landing at Kuujjuaq Airport, Quebec, Canada, on March 9.

The de Havilland Dash 8, flying from Quebec to Nuuk, Greenland, was halfway when the crew detected some problem with its hydraulic system, prompting it to return.

The plane landed uneventfully.

All passengers and crew members on board remained safe.

SAS Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Greenland

SASSAS flight SK-945 made an emergency landing at Sondrestrom Air Base, Greenland, on October 12.

The Airbus 330 plane, heading from Stockholm, Sweden to Chicago, USA, was diverted after the crew reported smoke in cabin. According to an airline spokesperson, “There was a smell of smoke in the cabin, which is believed to have been caused by a short-circuited coffee maker.”

The plane landed uneventfully.

All 146 passengers and 10 crew members remained unharmed.

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