The United States joint air plane emergency landing is suspected as an engine explosion.

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 The United States joint air plane emergency landing is suspected as an engine explosion.


Oct. 11 - Local time 10 pm, United Airlines Flight 2397 from Fort Myers, Florida to Newark, shortly after takeoff, and in Fort Myers emergency landing. A passenger called the aircraft engine exploded. There were 79 passengers and 5 crew members on board. Fortunately, there were no casualties.

The passenger, Cliff Maloney, took off from Fort Myers at 12:12 p.m. on Flight 2397, according to US website today. According to the flight tracker, the aircraft landed at Fort Myers airport in about 45 minutes. In an interview with USA Today, Maloney said he was a frequent airline passenger, flying to work twice a week, and then he told of the painful ride. Maroni recalled that not long after the plane took off, he heard a small explosion, and suddenly everyone could not hear the engine. At that time, the captain said, there is something wrong with our engine. Subsequently, the pilot transferred to the plane for an emergency landing. Soon after, United Airlines confirmed that Flight 2397 had returned to Fort Myers because of a mechanical problem with the engine and apologized for the inconvenience. Charles Hobart, a company spokesman, said airlines were unaware of the severity of engine problems before the plane was inspected. Source: overseas network Author: Wang Mengtang editor in charge: Su Hong _NBJ9980

The passenger, Cliff Maloney, took off from Fort Myers at 12:12 p.m. on Flight 2397, according to US website today. According to the flight tracker, the aircraft landed at Fort Myers airport in about 45 minutes.

In an interview with USA Today, Maloney said he was a frequent airline passenger, flying to work twice a week, and then he told of the painful ride.

Maroni recalled that not long after the plane took off, he heard a small explosion, and suddenly everyone could not hear the engine. At that time, the captain said, there is something wrong with our engine. Subsequently, the pilot transferred to the plane for an emergency landing.

Soon after, United Airlines confirmed that Flight 2397 had returned to Fort Myers because of a mechanical problem with the engine and apologized for the inconvenience. Charles Hobart, a company spokesman, said airlines were unaware of the severity of engine problems before the plane was inspected.