FAA Investigating United Airlines Flight with Damaged Wing

The Boston-bound plane made an emergency landing in Denver.

The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the damage to a United Flight that made an emergency landing due to wing damage. A passenger on the flight from San Francisco to Boston captured video of the damaged wing flap that began to come apart midflight on Monday. The flight made an emergency landing in Denver.

United Airlines stated the plane was diverted “to address an issue with the slat on the wing of the aircraft,” and that “the flight landed safely and we arranged for another aircraft to take our customers to Boston.” 

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  • For Administrator Michael Whitaker to be led by the Lord as he heads the FAA.
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Sources: UPI, The Hill


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