Today: Southwest Boeing 737 Max Makes Emergency Landing After Engine Trouble
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A Southwest Airlines Co. Boeing 737 Max aircraft being flown to storage after a U.S. grounding order was forced to return to a Florida airport Tuesday because of an engine problem, the carrier said.
The fault on the Boeing Co. jetliner had "absolutely no relation" to the flight-control issue that prompted U.S. regulators to ground all 737 Max aircraft on March 13, said Brandy King, a spokeswoman for Southwest. The engine "performance issue" occurred shortly after the plane left Orlando International Airport at about 2:50 p.m., she said.
The crew of Southwest Flight 8701 declared an emergency shortly after takeoff...
SOUTHWEST BOEING 737 MAX EMERGENCY (Engine Failure) - ATC www.youtube.com
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