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26Jul/210

Plane Makes Emergency Crash Landing In The Ocean Near Hawaii

Plane Makes Emergency Crash Landing In The Ocean Near HawaiiPA Images

A huge Boeing 737 aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing off the coast of Hawaii.

Personally, I affection flying. I find it very relaxing being more than 30,000 ft in the air in a big metal tube, sucking my tiny goblet of Cola, eating my oversized Toblerone, probably reading a magazine. Some people are scared of it, perpetually envisaging a Final Destination to die for.

That said, an emergency landing is a terrifying prospect to pretty much anyone, specially if you're nowhere above arrive. For two pilots flying towards Honolulu, the oceans and seas became their friend very quickly.

A 737 -2 00 merchandise aircraft controlled for Transair by Rhoades Aviation made an emergency landing in the liquid near Honolulu after reportedly suffering machine misfortune. The FAA reports that both crew members have been extricated. ADS-B data is available at https :// t.co/ lsdJ4WlkHy pic.twitter.com /8 D71tEQ3wy

-- Flightradar2 4 (@ flightradar2 4) July 2, 2021

As reported by NBC News, the pilots territory the cargo plane really off the coast of Honolulu, right in the ocean, after reporting device hurt. They were soon rescued by the US Coast Guard, and are believed to be unharmed.

'The aviators had reported locomotive fus and were attempting to return to Honolulu when they were forced to land the aircraft in the water. According to initial info, the US Coast Guard rescued both crew members. The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate ,' the Federal Aviation Administration said.

The flight was operated by a Boeing 737 -2 75 C( A)( MSN 21116 ), delivered first in 1975 to Pacific Western Airlines. It began operations for Transair in 2014. https :// t.co/ 1qBnldxrw9 pic.twitter.com/ HDPKTkPgnc

-- Flightradar2 4 (@ flightradar2 4) July 2, 2021

According to Flightradar2 4, the plane was originally improved back in 1975 and was not the Boeing 737 Max, a pose which was anchored for 20 months after two lethal sounds in 2018 and 2019.

'A 737 -2 00 payload aircraft operated for Transair by Rhoades Aviation made an emergency landing in the spray near Honolulu after supposedly suffering locomotive tribulation. The FAA reports that both crew members have been extricated ,' the tracking website wrote.

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