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United Flight En Route from Denver Lands Safely at Mitchell Airport After Apparent Mechanical Issue

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United States
Source: WCARN

A General Mitchell International Airport spokeswoman tells FOX6 News United Flight 5330 en route to Milwaukee from Denver landed safely Sunday evening, September 27 after experiencing an apparent mechanical issue while on the taxiway.

The aircraft landed safely as scheduled around 7:00 p.m.

Once the aircraft landed, we're told the pilot reported an apparent mechanical issue while the plane was on the taxiway. The plane then stopped and passengers disembarked from the plane onto a shuttle bus and were transported to the United terminal.

It is unclear at this point what sort of mechanical issue affected the plane.

The aircraft is a CRJ200 made by Canadair - a SkyWest plane.

Airport officials say this was NOT an emergency landing.

No one was injured.



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