A Delta flight with around 140 passengers, bound for Minneapolis, Minnesota, made an emergency landing at Burlington International Airport just ten minutes after takeoff on Monday. The decision followed the detection of an engine issue mid-flight. The plane had to expend a significant amount of fuel before returning. Nic Longo, the airport’s director, commended the professionalism and knowledge of all involved, attributing these factors to the successful landing. He highlighted the value of regular training for such emergencies. No injuries were reported. Currently, passengers are being accommodated on other flights while the aircraft undergoes inspection.
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