The Boeing plane was in trouble again, this time on a 737 belonging to Canada’s Transocean. Carolyn Fennell, a spokeswoman for the Orlando International Airport Authority, said flight TS691 from Santa Clara, Cuba, to Toronto, Canada, broke down at around 12:40 p.m. local time, the New York Post reported. The plane made an emergency landing at Orlando International Airport less than an hour after takeoff.
Tom Podolec, a reporter for CTV News Aviation, said on the social platform Twitter that the plane made an emergency turn to Orlando International Airport after sending an emergency distress signal for engine shutdown.
It is reported that the airline immediately sent another plane to take passengers to the destination of Toronto.
The Boeing 737 series, a short- and medium-range twin-jet jet made by Boeing, has been in good sales for 50 years since it was developed. For more than a year, however, Boeing has been pushed to the forefront of public opinion by two crashes. In October 2018, a Boeing 737 MAX crashed in Indonesia, killing 189 passengers and crew, and in March 2019, the Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed, killing 157 people on board. After the two air crashes, the world’s multinational airlines for the first time completely grounded this aircraft.