U.S. AViation Authority: Delta Air Lines plane not issued warning before oil release

According tomedia reports, the United States Delta Air Lines, a plane in the return process to release fuel, resulting in dozens of people on the ground physically unwell symptoms. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Friday that the flight did not notify air traffic controllers and did not release it at optimal altitudes before releasing it into the air. It is reported that aircraft usually dump fuel to reduce weight for safety reasons before an emergency landing. The FAA said in a statement that pilots would normally go to the appropriate area under the guidance of regulators to release oil, but this time it was not.

Original title: U.S. Aviation Authority: Delta Air Lines plane not issued warning before oil release

U.S. AViation Authority: Delta Air Lines plane not issued warning before oil release

The FAA said it was continuing to investigate the incident.

14 local time, the United States Delta Airlines from Los Angeles to Shanghai, an engine failure after an emergency return. The fuel released during the plane’s return flight caused symptoms of discomfort to dozens of children and adults at several schools on the ground.

U.S. AViation Authority: Delta Air Lines plane not issued warning before oil release