United flight from San Francisco to Boston diverts to Denver due to wing problem


DENVER (KDVR) — A United flight heading from San Francisco to Boston had to draw away to Denver due to a concern with the wing.

According to United Airlines, a Boeing 757-200 had to draw away to Denver International Airport on Monday to resolve a concern with the slat on among the wings.

The airplane was lugging 165 clients from San Francisco to Boston when it had to make a quit midway via its trip.

United informed FOX31 that the airplane landed securely at DIA at 5:21 p.m.

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The clients were after that relocated to an additional airplane that flew them to Boston where they securely landed at 11:24 p.m.

According to FlightAware, the flight reached Boston Logan International Airport over 3 hours behind the anticipated touchdown time.

This comes as Boeing is additionally dealing with inquiries over a door plug that blew off an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9, motivating the airplane to carry out an emergency situation touchdown. This additionally caused an examination by the FAA and the National Safety Transportation Board.

The FAA later on based 171 of Boeing’s 737 Max 9 airplane so they might go through assessment.

More just recently, a Boeing airplane shed a nose wheel prior to it removed on Jan. 23  from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

The FAA will certainly examine the wing problem on the United flight.


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