Plane problem at Glasgow Airport
Passengers on a flight to Glasgow Airport arrived with a bump yesterday, when the front wheel of their plane came off after landing! None of the 7 passengers or 2 were injured and they disembarked from the plane without any emergency procedures.
The Loganair flight from Campbeltown, Argyll, was taxiing at Glasgow Airport at around 18:30 last night when the front wheel came off and the front of the plane tilted forward and hit the ground. The 50ft Twin Otter plane was being examined in a hangar by engineers last night as they attempted to find the cause of the problem.
A spokesman for BA, Loganair's franchise partner, said there will be no disruption to the twice-daily service between Campbeltown and Glasgow.
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