Boeing 767 Emergency Landing
Boeing 767 emergency landing at Glasgow Airport. American Airlines declared Boeing 767 emergency across the Atlantic after suffering an engine failure due to a suspected massive oil filter leak. This engine was shut down in the middle of the flight. Boeing landed loud and hard, the brakes were hammered so the plane could come to a halt near the end of Runway 23.
While the plane was on final it was reported there would be some braking problems due to the amount of fuel it was carrying. Thankfully the situation was completely under control and Boeing 767 made an emergency landing without incident. The pilots showed their skills bringing the plane in without any disaster happening.
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