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Warsaw Airport 767 Emergency Landing

02 Nov 2011 | aviation | Comments: Off | Viewed 1806 times.

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Bloomberg reported yesterday that Warsaw Airport, which services about 400 flights and 25,000 passengers per day, will be closed until next Wednesday morning following the emergency landing of a Boeing 767 yesterday (November 1st, 2011). Apparently the undercarriage of the aircraft, operated by the Polish carrier LOT, failed to lower upon its normal approach and the aircraft was required to circle for over an hour to burn off fuel before making an emergency landing, with a retracted undercarriage at Warsaw Airport..... Full Story

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