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Whether you’re a frequent flier, or have flown at a passenger aircraft once it is in your life, here are five things you need to know about the passenger planes.
A United Airlines flight from San Diego to Chicago has made an emergency landing in New Mexico on Monday morning due to a mechanical problem,” and that seems to be causing you to have to be “sparks” to spit out one of the plane’s engines.
The passenger, Thomas Chorny was having a hard time with sleep at the center of the flight of 366, which left the Golden State on Sunday night. When looking out of the window, Chorny said that he saw what appeared to be “flames streaming from the engine,” and it began with the recording of the ” USA Today reports.
About 10 minutes later, the flight crew, officials announced that the plane would be landing soon, Chorny, told NBC News.
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“I had to get to a show [at United employees] in the video, when we arrived, because they did not know were burned to death. Make sure to talk to pilots and people!!!!!!!” the traveler tweeted.
Chorny, who works as the director of track and field and cross country at Miami University in Ohio, also shared a 5-second video of the flashing purple light in the darkness, which has been viewed nearly 4,000 times on Twitter.
“Strange to have to sit there & think,” What if it is?” Just sit there and accept it from a potential fate that seems to be a possibility, and not to tell the people who are sleeping around you,” he wrote. “No reason to worry about the rest. I’m a pretty calm person, but it took me a while to stop shaking and trembling.”
A United Airlines spokesman, told Fox News that the flight 366 are transferred securely, and the new arrangements have been made for the passengers to go to Chicago.
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When reached for comment, a spokesperson for the airline told Fox News that the flight 366 are transferred securely, and the new arrangements have been made for the passengers to go to Chicago.
“United flight 366 from San Diego to Chicago to be diverted to Albuquerque after a mechanical problem with the engine. The flight landed safely and customers deplaned normally at the gate,” the spokesman told Fox News on Monday morning. “Our maintenance team at the University of new mexico, to inspect the aircraft, and we have arranged for a plane to get our customers to their destination, that is, it is gone.”
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The airline representative further explained that the “sparkles” appeared to emanate from the motor, however, a full inspection will be required in order to determine exactly what happened.