5 Injured After Delta Airlines Engines Goes Faulty On Air

5 Injured After Delta Airlines Engines Goes Faulty On Air

By Wires Editor | The Trent on February 14, 2018
Delta Airlines

Due to engine collapse delta airline flight 55 from Lagos to Atlanta, United States made a u-turn to Murtala Muhammed  International Airport at late hours of Tuesday, February 13, 2018,  after an issue with one of its A330-200’s two engines.

The flight which was said to have initially pushed back at 22:40hrs had air return an emergency landing at 23:16hrs, when the pilot announced the evacuation of all the passengers on board within 90 seconds, after contacting the control tower as the left engine of the aircraft was said to have caught fire mid air in-flight.

According to Delta Airlines, the flight landed safely and customers exited the aircraft on the runway via emergency slides, adding that airport fire authorities met the aircraft upon arrival.

The airline said in a statement, “Delta is aware of five customers reporting non-critical injuries as a result of the evacuation.

“Delta teams have provided overnight hotel accommodations to customers and will rebook customers on an alternate Delta aircraft on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The safety of Delta’s customers and crew members is always our top priority.”

 

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