Fire in Flight Engine | America: Flight engine caught fire due to bird collision, aircraft returned to safe ground, watch video

Pic: Twitter America: Soon after taking off from an airport in Ohio in the US, a plane caught fire after a bird hit its engine. The aircraft returned safely to the ground. The officers provided this information. American Airlines Flight 1958 had taken off from John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Columbus at around 8.45 a.m. and was headed to Phoenix. The fire was discovered shortly after takeoff, and the Boeing 737 returned to the airport, where firefighters extinguished the blaze. It is not yet known how many passengers and crew members were on board the plane. According to the airline, the aircraft will be repaired and its services have been suspended for now. ALSO READ Video taken by a passenger aboard a flight initially headed to Phoenix from Columbus shows fire spewing from an engine following a bird strike after the flight took off. The plane made a safe landing at John Glenn International Airport. (Video: Linda Hawk) — WSYX ABC 6 (@wsyx6) April 23, 2023 Passengers being moved to other planes. Airport officials said services were normal and there were minor delays in some flight operations due to the fire. The Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the matter. (agency)

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