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United Airlines flight makes emergency landing

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A United Airlines flight from Florida to Newark, NJ, had to turn around roughly 10 minutes after takeoff because of engine failure (www.foxnews.com) More...

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williambaker08
william baker 3
Oh mh370. I have a story about a Airbus a320 and a bad left engine. Where are you. Oh wait a second you only post negative things about Boeing I forgot I’m sorry m. Wait no I’m not. Lol
wingbolt
wingbolt 3
Thank God it wasn’t Southwest...Anti-Luv would have went on a “I told ya so” tirade.
linbb
linbb 3
Well gee he tries so hard to promote Airbust must have missed that one. See he is back to over posting crap again thought he was gone for good. Oh well takes less time to read this now due to his spam.
btweston
btweston 1
Did you take your meds today?
williambaker08
william baker 1
I did yes. lol
rclar802
Ryan Clark 2
Fox news, once again getting the picture wrong. b747 != a320
wwharris
Bill Harris 2
And this:

“About 10 minutes into the flight, there was this loud bang noise right outside my window. It sounded like a gunshot or canon,” passenger Cliff Maloney told Fox News.

My Canon printers and cameras have never made noises that merit this kind of comparison.
Moviela
Ric Wernicke 1
How about your Canon towels?
ThinkingGuy
ThinkingGuy 2
Thanks, when I saw the picture I was curious if it was actually a 747. Then I read the part about there being only 79 passengers on board and got really skeptical.
chalet
chalet 1
What is so important about a twin jet losing one engine, this happens all the time, there are thousands of aircraft flying all over the world at any given moment and they can very well hold altitude even climb on one engine.

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