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Medical Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing in Dallas

A PHI Air Medical helicopter had to make an emergency landing at West Mockingbird Lane and Irving Boulevard in Dallas, Texas, on October 26th.

The aircraft was on its way to pick up a patient when the pilot reported a possible fuel leak and decided to make an emergency landing.

The helicopter landed safely. No injuries were reported.

“We dispatched a different aircraft to pick up the specialized maternal team and complete the transport… We are grateful that the appropriate protocols were followed and all are safe”, PHI Air Medical said in statement.

Up Airlines Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Israel

Up AirlinesUp Airlines flight LY-2653 made an emergency landing in Tel Aviv, Israel, on August 18th.

The plane had just departed for Kiev, Ukraine, when the crew received information that tire debris was found on the runway and decided to return.

The plane landed uneventfully. There were 182 people aboard at the time; all of them remained safe.

Pegasus Airlines Plane makes Safe Landing in Turkey after Tire Burst

Pegasus AirlinesPegasus Airlines flight PC-4162 made a safe landing at Erkilet International Airport, Kayseri, Turkey, on August 11.

The Boeing 737-800 flying from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen, Turkey, had just landed when its main brakes locked up resulting in tire burst.

The plane was damaged.

No one was injured.

Small Plane Crashes in New York; 3 Killed

A small plane crashed in Syosset, New York, on May 3rd.

The Beech BE-35 aircraft took off from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and was en-route to Plainville, Connecticut, when it broke up mid-air.

There were three people aboard at the time, including two men and a woman; all of them were killed in the crash.

Authorities said the pilot reported issues with his instrument panel shortly before the crash.

The FAA is investigating.

WestJet Encore Plane Makes Safe Landing in Canada after Flaps Problem

WestJetWestJet Encore flight WS-3415 continued for a safe landing at Thunder Bay International Airport, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, on April 4th.

The De Havilland Dash 8-400, en-route from Toronto to Thunder Bay, was on approach to the runway when the crew reported some problem with the flaps and resolved to make flaps up landing.

The plane landed successfully.

All 56 people onboard remained unharmed.

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