Donald Trump’s jet made an emergency landing in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 3 because of engine trouble, officials said.
The Boeing 757 was flying to Little Rock, Arkansas, from New York when it landed at Nashville International Airport.
Donald Trump traveled the rest of the way in a small charter aircraft, a campaign spokeswoman said.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said the Republican candidate’s plane landed safely at 4:40 PM after reporting engine problems.
The FAA will investigated the incident, it said.
An Air Canada plane with 332 passengers and 19 crew on board was forced to make an emergency landing after severe turbulence injured 21 passengers, including three children, officials said.
Air Canada flight AC88 from Shanghai to Toronto was diverted to Calgary after the turbulence hit.
Eight passengers suffered neck and back injuries and 13 more were taken to hospital for observation.
The injured were in a stable condition, an emergency services spokesman said.
Some passengers were taken off the plane strapped to stretchers. Emergency Medical Services spokesman Stuart Brideaux said the injuries were limited to non-life-threatening neck and back injuries.
Air Canada COO Klaus Goersch said the passengers had been through a “very unsettling experience”.
He praised the crew’s response and said some of the injured had been quickly discharged.
The Boeing 777 landed at Calgary without further incident, the airline said in a statement.
An Air France flight from Mauritius to Paris has requested an emergency landing in Kenya after a suspect package was discovered in the toilet.
The pilots of the Boeing 777 requested to land at Moi International Airport in Mombasa after the package was discovered in the toilet.
The plane was safely evacuated and the item is now being examined by bomb experts, police spokesman Charles Owino said.
The airport was also evacuated.
Flights have now resumed, the Kenya’s airport authority said on Twitter.
The plane was carrying 459 passengers and 14 crew members and had left Mauritius at 01:00GMT, Charles Owino said.
The aircraft had been due to fly directly to Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH148 has made an emergency landing in Melbourne, Australia, after reporting a possible engine fire.
The passenger plane had just taken off from Melbourne for the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Plane tracking sites showed the Airbus 330 circling Melbourne airport several times before turning back.
Fire engines were on site but airport officials said it landed safely at 15:00 local time.
A spokeswoman for Airservices Australia, the government’s aviation safety body, said the plane had reported an “engine fire” alert in the cabin.
“The plane proceeded to dump the fuel and returned to land and it landed safely at the aviation rescue sites,” she told Reuters news agency.
Officials said this was standard procedure for an emergency landing.
Melbourne airport said it was operating normally.
Malaysia Airlines tweeted that the plane “made an air-turn back and landed uneventfully”.
The statement added:
“The aircraft is being grounded for investigation.”
United Airlines flight 1463 from Chicago to Santa Ana, California, made an emergency landing in Wichita, Kansas, after an evacuation slide accidentally inflated mid-flight on Sunday night.
After landing, passenger Sara Schroeder tweeted:
“Gentlemen in shiny metallic suits checking out the @united plane.”
Nobody was injured, the airline said.
United Airlines flight 1463 from Chicago to Santa Ana, made an emergency landing in Wichita after an evacuation slide accidentally inflated mid-flight (photo abc7)
Flight 1463 made a rapid descent, according to
Flight Aware website, and landed in Wichita at 10:36 p.m. local time (11:36 p.m. ET).
The Boeing 737-700 with 96 aboard took off from Chicago at 8:18 p.m. (9:18 p.m. ET), according to United Airlines spokeswoman Christen David.
Christen David added that the airline was flying in another aircraft to resume the flight “and get our customers to their final destination as quickly as possible.”
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Clayton Osbon, the US pilot who screamed about a bomb on a flight and had to be restrained by passengers was found not guilty for reasons of insanity, a court has said.
A judge in Amarillo, Texas, said JetBlue pilot Clayton Osbon suffered “severe mental disease or defect”.
Clayton Osbon was previously ruled competent enough to stand trial. He is to be re-evaluated before a hearing on 6 August to decide whether he can be released.
He was charged with interfering with crew on a New York-Las Vegas flight.
The plane was forced to make an emergency landing after Clayton Osbon’s actions on 27 March.
A judge in Amarillo, Texas, said JetBlue pilot Clayton Osbon suffered "severe mental disease or defect"
Passengers said they had to wrestle the pilot to the floor during the flight after he began screaming about a bomb and terrorists.
At the time, JetBlue had said there was nothing in the pilot’s records that suggested he might be a risk.
Court records say Clayton Osbon must show “by clear and convincing evidence” that, if released, he would not pose any future danger. The judge could decide to commit him to a mental health facility.
A JetBlue spokeswoman said the airline still employs Clayton Osbon but he is on “inactive status”, adding that the company was still offering support to the pilot’s family.