UA777 emergency landing at HNL

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UA777 emergency landing at HNL

Post by plunderbird » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:19 pm

Rather than have lots of posts about crashes and other incident's. I thought about just having one thread. That's if it's OK with the admins.

I've spotted two today.

A UA 777 had an engine cover blow off, and had to make an emergency landing in Honolulu. All on board are fine, if a bit shook up.

A worker has died at Heathrow, he was caught between two vehicles, on the hardstanding of T5. It caused delays, due to some of the gates being out of reach, for a time.
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Re: UA777 emergency landing at HNL

Post by Flake » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:38 pm

Denied. Makes more sense to have many threads in aviation news, otherwise aviation news subforum becomes meaningless and there would be only one thread, really, at a time.

A relevent thread title will get more attention anyway.

For comparison, I might not click on current projects for example, but I would click on Decaffs garage.

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Re: UA777 emergency landing at HNL

Post by plunderbird » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:21 pm

Flake wrote:
Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:38 pm
Denied. Makes more sense to have many threads in aviation news, otherwise aviation news subforum becomes meaningless and there would be only one thread, really, at a time.

A relevent thread title will get more attention anyway.

For comparison, I might not click on current projects for example, but I would click on Decaffs garage.
OK with me. it was just a thought.
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