New York bound Delta flight made emergency landing in Scotland wing caught fire Video Goes Viral watch this Viral video

by Ana Lopez

A crew member was informed by a passenger inside the aircraft when the wing of the aircraft caught fire. In the video, it can be seen that huge flames are coming out from one of the wings of the plane. The passengers on the plane were scared after hearing the news of the fire.

An emergency landing took place in Scotland when the flight to New York caught fire, see the viral video of the fire

Flight Fire Viral Video

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A plane bound for New York had to make an emergency landing due to a fire in the wing. The plane was traveling from Scotland to New York. The plane belonged to Delta Air Lines. A crew member was informed by a passenger inside the aircraft when the wing of the aircraft caught fire. VideoIt can be seen that huge flames are coming out of one of the wings of the plane. The passengers on the plane were scared after hearing the news of the fire.

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Where did the plane take off from?

Boeing 767, which took off from Edinburgh at 10:50am local time. A passenger saw a wing of the plane on fire shortly after take off from Glasgow Airport. Delta Airlines flight DAL209 was diverted to land at Prestwick due to a wing fire. A short video of the plane’s wing in flames has surfaced on social media platforms. In which flames can be seen.

What the company said

According to information received, no official has confirmed that any part of the aircraft caught fire. No one was reported injured in the incident. Delta Air Lines confirmed only that there was a “technical problem” with one of the plane’s two engines. The airline apologized to passengers and said it was working to reroute passengers.

What is the whole incident

According to media reports, the passengers were scared after hearing a loud bang before the plane diverted. After the emergency landing, the passengers were safely evacuated from the plane. The fire was then brought under control by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and airport fire crews.


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