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JUST IN: Yet ANOTHER Boeing Aircraft Forced To Make EMERGENCY Landing

Yet another Boeing aircraft has been involved in a safety incident and was forced to make an emergency landing on Friday.

The flight was scheduled to go from Japan’s Fukuoka airport to Guam but was forced to land due to a problem with a wing flap.

This marks the fourth incident involving a Boeing aircraft over the last several days.

FL360 Aero had more details: “Aircraft that was operating flight UA166 to Guam (GUM) made a safe landing on Runway 16 after a 40-minute flight.” Here’s more on the story:

The Mainichi, a Japanese publication, confirmed:

Flight 166, a Boeing 737 aircraft, landed back at Fukuoka Airport at around 11:45 a.m. after declaring an emergency.

The police are investigating the incident, with an irregularity in a wing flap reported.

Numerous safety incidents and suspicious whistleblower deaths have put the aerospace and defense contractor under greater scrutiny.

The Independent added:

No injuries were reported, but it is the latest in a series of incidents involving Boeing planes that appear to be undermining consumer faith in the models.


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