Boeing 737 MAX makes emergency landing in Florida because of motorprobleem

A Boeing 737 MAX 8 to Southwest Airlines has Tuesday an emergency landing made at the airport of the American city of Orlando in the state of Florida.

The unit had only two crew members on board. They wanted the aircraft to a different airport to fly to the ground would be held.

Shortly after the start at the airport in Orlando, there was talk of a motorprobleem and turned the device back, according to the American aviation authority FAA in a statement. The unit was on the way to Victorville in California.

Aircraft of the type Boeing 737 MAX 8 of the world on the ground after two recent crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. It came to added 346 people were killed. Only aircraft without passengers are currently in the air.

A spokesman from Boeing said that the airline company “is aware of the incident and the emergency landing will thoroughly investigate. In a declaration claimed Southwest Airlines the crew, “the protocol has followed, and safely landed at the airport”.

Wednesday, the U.s. Senate held a hearing on the use and safety of the Boeing 737 MAX.

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