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Airline is searching for answers after the engine explosion forces emergency landing
A Qantas flight with 72 passengers on Sunday, and was forced to turn around after one of its tires blew on takeoff.
Flight QF2512 were on our way to MacKay from Brisbane Airport in Australia, but the pilots were able to return to the airport, as well as one of the six bands all of a sudden.
A Qantas spokeswoman said the pilot made the decision to return to the area, as the airport will be better equipped to take part in the incident, the Daily Mail reports.
“The flight to Brisbane, australia, after take-off due to a problem with one of the ties, and landed normally,” the spokeswoman said. “It was much easier to have six bands, and land safely with a damaged tyre.”
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One of the drivers was taken to serve in an incident shortly after take-off.
“You know, maybe We made a tape at the take-off and we will be able to get an inspection, thank you,” he said. “It’s rubber, all of the left-hand side.”
One of the passengers on the flight said they heard a loud noise as the plane picked up speed on the runway.
“When we got on the runway there was a loud bang, and we almost just took off and we didn’t know what it was,” Why Kritzinger, told 9 News.
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The Qantas spokeswoman said all passengers were put on alternative flights to their destination before the end of the day.
The president stated that it was not considered to be an emergency landing, which is a specific term in the airline industry, is that it does not apply to the incident.