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Sunwing Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing due to Smell of Smoke

Sunwing Airlines flight BY-5483 made an emergency landing in Sofia, Bulgaria, on June 21st.

The Boeing 737-800 plane heading from Paphos, Cyprus, to Norwich, England, was diverted after smell of smoke was noticed on board.

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

Loganair Flight Makes Emergency Landing at London Stansted Airport

Loganair flight LM-301 had to divert and make an emergency landing at London Stansted Airport, England, on February 5th.

The plane heading from Norwich, England, to Edinburgh, Scotland, was diverted after the crew received indication of a flaps problem.

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

KLM Plane Returns to Netherlands after Bird Strike

KLMKLM flight KL-601 had to return and make a precautionary landing at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Amsterdam, Netherlands, on April 24th.

The Boeing 747-400, en-route from Amsterdam, to Los Angeles, California, was climbing out of the runway when it ingested a bird and continued flying till it was mid-air above Norwich, England, when the crew decided to return as a safety precaution.

The plane landed successfully. All people onboard remained unharmed.

The passengers were accommodated in a replacement plane.

Eastern Airways Flight Makes Emergency Landing at Aberdeen Airport

Eastern AirwaysEastern Airways flight T3726 made an emergency landing at Aberdeen Airport, Scotland, on April 13th.

The plane was flying from Norwich, England, when the pilot reported a hydraulic problem and declared an emergency.

The plane landed safely. All 19 passengers and 3 crew members remained unhurt.

Eastern Airways Saab 2000 Makes Emergency Landing in Norwich

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The Eastern Airways Saab 2000, flying from Norwich to Aberdeen made an emergency landing at the Norwich International Airport, just twenty minutes after taking off.

The plane, with three crew members and forty eight passengers, took off at 6.45am but at 7:05 am, it requested a full emergency landing as a hydraulic fault was discovered.

Full emergency response protocol was followed at the airport and ambulances, fire fighters and police were ready at the spot when the plane safely landed at 7:24am.

A replacement plane was arranged to take the passengers to their destination, while the Saab was sent for thorough inspection.

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