Jet forced to land after developing fuel leak while over Donegal

first_imgA transatlantic jet was forced to divert to Shannon Airport and land after the crew declared an emergency over Co Donegal yesterday following a fuel leak on board.It’s the third time in less than a month that the same jet was forced to make an unscheduled landing as a result of a fuel leak.Yesterday’s incident occurred as the aircraft was being flown back to Chicago from Manchester following Sunday’s diversion. The flight left Manchester shortly after 5pm on Sunday with a crew of 11. The airline confirmed the flight was operating a ‘cargo sector’ so there were no passengers on board.About 40 minutes after take-off the crew of the Boeing 767-300(ER) jet declared an emergency over Donegal.The crew advised air traffic controllers they had a suspected fuel and wished to divert to Shannon Airport.While routing towards Shannon, the crew downgraded their emergency to a ‘Pan-pan’ alert which is less serious. On the ground however, airport fire and rescue crews were mobilised to positions alongside the runway ahead of the jet’s arrival.The flight landed safely at 6.20pm and was pursued along the runway by fire crews who also accompanied the aircraft to the terminal.Just last month, the same aircraft diverted to Shannon Airport after the crew also reported a fuel leak.Jet forced to land after developing fuel leak while over Donegal was last modified: December 19th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalfuel leakplaneShannonlast_img read more

49ers Garoppolo officially onto injured reserve, Mullens promoted

first_imgSANTA CLARA — Jimmy Garoppolo officially went on injured reserve Wednesday because of a torn anterior cruicate ligament in his left knee, opening a roster spot for the 49ers to promote quarterback Nick Mullens from the practice squad.“Obviously I’ve gotten the backup job under very unfortunate circumstances,” Mullens said. “Since I’ve been here, whatever my role is, it’s to help the team win, and this week it’s as the backup.”Garoppolo’s franchise-numbing exit also means that C.J. Beathard …last_img read more

Nedbank, etv to help ‘Fix your Biz’

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Ohio Ag Net Podcast | Ep. 112 | Health care tips, podcasters talk about podcasts, and DRY Weather

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first_imgAsked about his views about cricket under lights with Asked about his views about cricket under lights with pink ball, Laxman said, “Its a work in progress, especially in India where dew is a big factor. Also the ball they used in the Duleep Trophy was a different one to what they used in the New Zealand-Australia Test match in Adelaide. “It is more about not losing the hardness and the shine because in India the wickets will not have that much of grass cover, even though the grounds are lush green and well-maintained. “A lot of effort and time will go in making sure that the ball is right because any match should not be dictated by ball. They are trying to make sure that the seam is thicker compared to the match played in Adelaide,” he added. Asked why Indians are averse to DRS, he said, “I am not convinced with the hawk-eye especially for the LBW decision. I am not convinced with that technology as yet. “Because of that, BCCI too has got some kind of (objection) and is not allowing to execute it in a series where India is involved. There is a fixed mindset that everyone is thinking that BCCI is intentionally not taking the DRS, but I feel the technology should be fool-proof,” he explained. The 41-year-old former cricketer also recalled the contribution made by ex-national coach John Wright, who was the first foreign coach to be appointed by the BCCI. “Within the team the growing urge to become more competitive overseas came with the arrival of, in our coaching set up, John Wright, the first overseas coach of a national side. John was laid-back, but was also very demanding. “He believed we had what he felt in terms of talent, mental fortitude, temperament and resolve to be a strong force outside our shores,” he remarked. PTI NRB SSR SSC SSCadvertisementlast_img read more