Hydraulic issue forces emergency landing of Air Canada

 Friday, September 1, 2017 


Air CanadaAn aircraft of Air Canada that had departed from Vancouver International Airport on Wednesday, 30th August was compelled to turn back and decide to make an emergency landing.


The plane was heading to Hong Kong on flight AC7, using a Boring 777.


It had been flying somewhere over Alaska when the pilot suddenly realized that they had no choice but to return on account of a hydraulic indication.


The plane had landed safely around 7.30 p.m. in the evening and none of the crew members and passengers were injured due to the emergency landing.


According to the local news media, Air Canada mentioned that following the standard operating procedure, following precautionary measure, the airline crew requested airport services to be present. The passengers departed once more a few hours later on an alternative aircraft.


No further details have been revealed regarding the emergency landing.


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