Blow to the airline’s passengers wrote a ‘goodbye message’ when the engine caught fire due to bird strike

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Canadian budget airline, Blow has apologized after a plane’s engine caught fire and forced an emergency landing 10 minutes after takeoff due to a bird strike. The “stunning” turn of events, passengers will have to surprise you with some of the writing of “a farewell messages to loved ones in the event of the worst.

Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident, and the plane was safe on the ground.

On the morning of Sept. 10, to Fold the flight 312 had left Abbotsford International Airport, British Columbia, to Edmonton, when the airplane collided with a number of the geese just a few minutes after you take it off the road, CBC News Canada reported. The Boeing 737 had 176 passengers on board.


“As a rule, the plane was rolling down the runway, it felt as if we were in a bit with a bump,” passenger-Fadhl Abu-ghanem, told CTV News.

“The next thing I know is that I’m beginning to see the flames from the right engine…but I also felt a very strong heat… and I was looking around for a flight attendant, and couldn’t find it, so I just started screaming, ‘There’s a fire, fire, fire right engine, fire right engine!'” Abu-ghanem will be continued.

“It was very, very pleased with it, you don’t expect,” he said. “I started to text my mom and say,” there is Something wrong with the plane. I’m in love with you.'”

A passenger, Donna-Lee, Rayner, have also been reported on Facebook that there was ” smoke in the cabin, and the smell of burning,” just ask her to also be “the start of my goodbye messages, and in the case of my phone was repaired after an accident.”


“I’ve been on a plane before where the tire blew out on take-off. That’s fairly benign compared to this,” the passenger, Bruce Mason, told CTV. “When there is smoke, there is fire, and you’re like,” Well, that’s it?'”

The captain and crew were later praised for their calm, quick action and the mayhem, according to the outlet.

Canadian budget airline, Blow has apologized after a plane’s engine caught on fire and forced to crash-land in a mere ten minutes after launch, due to a bird strike.

Reps for your time, meanwhile, has confirmed on Twitter that the flight was 312 and was going to land back safely at Abbotsford International Airport, and to board and deplane without incident.

The plane is now “verified” and to obtain maintenance.

“No, thank you, to our captain and crew to ensure the safety and security of our customers,” a rep for the carrier, tweeted on Tuesday.


Even though the representatives of the carrier were not immediately available for a more detailed explanation, and a statement of the Swoop is obtained by the CBC in detail the airline’s staff members were working to coordinate with new travel options for customers who have been affected by the bird strike, and the beginning of the invasion.

Flight 312 was identified as a re-engaged when flight 2312, officials said on Twitter.

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