Another Boeing Plan Suffers Catastrophic Engine Failure, Make Emergency Landing in The Netherlands

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A sec­ond Boe­ing plane was forced to con­duct an emer­gency land­ing over the week­end after a flight depart­ing the Nether­lands expe­ri­enced sig­nif­i­cant engine failure.The Boe­ing 747–400 car­go plane, oper­at­ed by the char­ter air­line ser­vice Long­tail Avi­a­tion and trav­el­ing from Maas­tricht, Nether­lands, to New York, was forced to land short­ly after tak­ing off Sat­ur­day due to a sig­nif­i­cant engine fail­ure, CNN report­ed. After air­plane parts fell from the plane onto the town of Meerssen, Nether­lands, injur­ing two peo­ple, the plane’s crew con­duct­ed an emer­gency land­ing in Bel­gium. “Our flight crew dealt with this sit­u­a­tion pro­fes­sion­al­ly and in accor­dance with …


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