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Luxair aircraft aborts takeoff at Saarbrucken airport and stops on belly; no injuries

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Luxembourg

Luxair Luxembourg Airlines announces that LG 9562 flight aborted its takeoff at the Sarrebrucken airport today at around 10 am.

None of the 16 passengers and 4 crew personnel on board were injured.

The aircraft, which was bound for Luxembourg, ended up on its belly on the runway. The details of this accident are being investigated.

A hotline for families and friends of the passengers has been set up and can be reached at +352 2456 2456.

Except for LG 4607/4608 flight to London City which is cancelled, all other Luxair operations continue normally.

Luxair organises a press conference today, Wednesday 30 September 2015, at 5pm at its Munsbach premises (25 rue Gabriel Lippmann – Parc d’activités Syrdall L-5365 Munsbach).



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