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Air New Zealand Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Auckland

Air New Zealand flight NZ-101 had to return and make an emergency landing in Auckland, New Zealand, on August 20th.

The Boeing 777-200 plane took off for Sydney, Australia, but had to turn back due to an issue with the windshield heating.

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

Hawaiian Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Seattle

Hawaiian AirlinesHawaiian Airlines flight HA-21 made an emergency landing in Seattle, Washington, on July 24th.

The Airbus A330-200 plane took off for Honolulu, Hawaii, but had to return shortly afterwards after the crew reported an issue with windshield heating.

The plane landed uneventfully. No injuries were reported.

Skywest Airlines Plane Returns to San Francisco

SkyWestSkywest Airlines flight OO-5336 made an emergency landing in San Francisco, California, on April 18th.

The plane was heading to Portland, Oregon, when the crew reported an issue with windshield heating and decided to return.

The plane landed uneventfully. Everyone aboard remained safe.

The airline arranged a replacement plane for the passengers.

Air Canada Plane Diverts to Frankfurt to Save Dog

Air CanadaAir Canada flight AC-85 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Frankfurt, Germany, on September 13.

The Boeing 787-800 was heading from Tel Aviv, Israel to Toronto, Canada, when heating system of a cargo bay malfunctioned. The captain decided to divert the plane as there was a French bulldog named Simba travelling in the bay. According to airline spokesperson Peter Fitzpatrick, “As soon as the crew became aware of the temperature issue, the captain grew rightfully concerned for the dog’s comfort and well-being… With the altitude it can become very uncomfortable, and possibly the situation could have been life-threatening if the flight had continued.”

The plane landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unhurt.

The plane was able to continue its journey with a 90-minute delay.

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