BANGOR, USA- The Nigerian-based Max Air (VM) Flight operating a new Boeing 777 delivery plane from Bangor, US, to Kano (KAN), Nigeria, made an Emergency landing at Casablanca (CMN) Airport.
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According to Flight Radar 24, the Max Air Boeing 777 took off from Bangor International Airport (BGR), US, at 9:08 AM UTC. The aircraft in Midway declared an emergency. Further, it diverted to Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca (CMN) at 3:06 PM UTC.
The aircraft is expected to land at Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (KAN), but the plane diverted to CMN due to unknown circumstances.
The aircraft involved in the incident is the Boeing 777-200. Further, it has the registration 5N-BBN and is a 16.1-year-old aircraft.
The aircraft was first delivered to Japan Airlines (JL) back in 2007. Subsequently, it was then delivered to Jet Midwest, Alta Airlines Holdings, and TVPX holdings before being delivered to VM.
The reason for diversion can be related to some sort of technical problem. Luckily it is the delivery flight, so no passengers were onboard.
This is the developing story; keep checking back for the latest updates.
Ethiopian Boeing 777F Emergency
According to Flight Radar 24, the Ethiopian flight ET3748 took off from LGG at 6:51 AM UTC. The flight is scheduled to Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) and is expected to land there after 10 hours and 30 minutes.
However, after 20-25 minutes from takeoff, the pilot declared a general emergency. Further, the pilot reduced the plane’s altitude, and then after getting ATC clearance, the plane turned back to LPG at the time of writing this article.
The flag carrier of Ethiopia, Ethiopian Airlines Cargo (ET), flight from Liege Airport (LGG) in Belgium to Shanghai (PVG) operating Boeing 777F, has declared an Emergency.
The Ethiopian flight ET3748, after approx 25 minutes from takeoff, declared an emergency. Further, the aircraft involved in the incident is Boeing 777F, registered ET-APU. The aircraft is more than 10 years old, and the airline took delivery in October 2012.
The exact reason for the incident is not known. It can be anything from engine problems and in-flight incidents to a technical snag.
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