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Air France Plane Diverts to Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Air France flight AF-374 had to divert for an emergency landing at Glasgow Prestwick Airport, Scotland, on July 15th.

The Boeing 777-200 plane heading from Charles de Gaulle Airport, France, to Vancouver, Canada, was diverted after the crew noticed a burning odor on board.

The plane landed uneventfully. All two hundred and ninety-four passengers aboard remained safe.


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Fighter Jet Escorts Volaris Airlines Plane after Loss of Communication

volarisVolaris Airlines flight Y4-9023 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Glasgow Prestwick Airport in Scotland, United Kingdom, on October 28th.

The Airbus A320-200 plane was heading from Toulouse, France. to Keflavik, Iceland, when it lost communication with the ATC. A fighter jet was dispatched for escort.

The passenger plane, escorted by the fighter jet, then diverted to Glasgow Prestwick Airport where it landed uneventfully.

Everyone aboard remained safe.


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Saudi Arabian Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Scotland

Saudi Arabian AirlinesSaudi Arabian Airlines flight SV-61 had to divert and make an emergency landing at Glasgow Prestwick Airport, Prestwick, Scotland, on March 31st.

The Boeing 777, en-route from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to Toronto, Canada, was mid-air when a passenger reportedly fell ill onboard, prompting the plane to divert to Prestwick.

The plane landed safely.

All passengers aboard remained unharmed.


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Vulcan Bomber Makes Emergency Landing in Scotland

airshowA Vulcan bomber had to make an emergency landing at Prestwick Airport, South Ayrshire, Scotland, on September 6.

The plane had to make an emergency landing due to a problem with its landing gear.

It was the last flying Vulcan bomber of its kind, belonging to Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, England. The flight was arranged for an airshow, which had to be cancelled after the incident.

The plane landed safely and was returned to Doncaster after examination.

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