Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Jet2 Engine Fail at 35,000ft Forces Pilot to Announce Mayday Emergency on Way to Tenerife

Jet2 was mired in an emergency midair after one of its aircraft engines failed at 35,000ft while travelling from Glasgow to Tenerife with 197 passengers on board.

The pilot of the Boeing 737-800 was forced to make a Mayday emergency on Monday 13 October three-quarters of the way through the three-and-a-half-hour flight.

Jet2 Engine Fail at 35,000ft Forces Pilot to Announce Mayday Emergency on Way to Tenerife


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