U.S. Boeing plane takes off with engine Spitfire, passengers panicked

The Boeing plane went wrong again. U.S. media said on the 16th, local time on the evening of the 15th, a Boeing aircraft from Newark airport, the engine suddenly burst into flames, and then made an emergency landing. The plane belonged to United, a Boeing 757, and was scheduled to fly to Los Angeles, according tomedia outlets such as the New York Post and CBS Local Media. Passengers said the plane was spewing sparks from the right side of the wing due to an engine failure.

U.S. Boeing plane takes off with engine Spitfire, passengers panicked

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U.S. Boeing plane takes off with engine Spitfire, passengers panicked

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“It was the scariest experience of my life, ” said passenger Adamo, who was initially delayed for two hours by the problem, and the wing began to sparks shortly after takeoff. The plane then circled and tried to fly back to Newark. “I’ve never seen a scene like this, where the engine is burning, it’s burning like this, it’s terrible. “

United later confirmed that the plane had returned to Newark for technical reasons and that “the flight landed safely and the passengers disembarked normally and we are changing the aircraft to enable the passengers to reach their destination as soon as possible.”