10/11/2017

Flybe Plane Makes Emergency Landing At Belfast International Airport

A Flybe plane has made an emergency landing at Belfast International Airport.

The plane landed without nose-gear on the runway at around 1.30 pm today, 10 November.

The BE331 flight to Inverness suffered technical difficulties after it took off from George Best Belfast City Airport at around 11.20am.
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The aircraft circled above the Irish Sea for almost two hours dumping fuel, and it was eventually diverted to the airport at Aldergrove.

The flight had 53 passengers on board as well as four crew members.

(CD)

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