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United Airlines Flight Returns to Guam due to Engine Problem

United Airlines flight UA-828 had to return and make an emergency landing in Guam, on November 27th.

The Boeing 777-200 plane took off for Narita International Airport, Japan, but had to turn back after the crew noticed an engine problem.

The plane landed uneventfully. All passengers and crew members remained safe.

Air Seoul Flight Diverts to Okinawa, Japan

Air Seoul flight RS-101 diverted to Naha in Okinawa, Japan, on September 25th.

The Airbus A321-200 plane heading from Guam to Seoul, South Korea, was diverted after the crew needed to shut down one of the engines.

The plane landed safely. All one hundred and four people aboard remained unharmed.

Jetstar Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Guam

JetstarJetstar flight JQ-12 made an emergency landing in Guam, on August 6th.

The plane flying from Tokyo Narita Airport, Japan, to Coolangatta in Queensland, Australia, was diverted after the crew had to shut down one of the engines due to a low oil pressure indication.

The plane landed safely. All 320 people aboard remained unharmed.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.

China Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Guam

China AirlinesChina Airlines flight CI-25 had to make an emergency landing in Guam, on April 17th.

The Boeing 737-800 took off for Taipei, Taiwan, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew reported loss of cabin pressure.

The plane landed safely. All 109 passengers and 13 crew members remained unharmed.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.

United Airlines Flight Returns to Guam after 26 Minutes

United AirlinesUnited Airlines flight 5071, operated by Cape Air, had to return to Guam at 8:04 a.m. on August 25.

The incident happened when the flight was on its way from Guam to Saipan.

According to the regional director for Cape Air, David Baker, “Cape Air experienced a maintenance delay this morning and as a precautionary safety measure we returned back to Guam.”

The Aerospatiale ATR-42-300 twin turboprop landed back safely after flying for about 26 minutes. All the passengers and crew members remained unhurt.

Baker also stated that, “Once in Guam, the aircraft was inspected and returned back to service…Some of our morning departures experienced a six-hour delay, and we apologize for the customer inconvenience.”

Authorities at the A.B. Won Pat Guam International Airport confirmed that it was a non-emergency landing.

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