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The A320 flies at an altitude of one kilometre

The A320 flies at an altitude of one kilometre

Engine parts of a United Airlines Airbus A320 plane were damaged last Thursday Take off Away from the plane.

The machine, registered N490UA, was preparing for domestic flight UA325 from Windsor Locks, a city in Connecticut, to Denver. The A320 took off in a southwesterly direction from runway 24 on schedule at 8:00 a.m. local time. Take off A bang could be heard. The plane may have been hit by a bird or had a flat tire. After the A320 departed, a ground staff reported large pieces of debris on the runway.

Parts of the engine on the runway

The pilots of the plane that was supposed to take off after the United Airlines machine noticed debris in it. The crew of the United A320 was then informed. I already suspected a bird collision. The pilots stopped the climb at 4,000 feet (1,200 m). Since the plane was still too heavy to land safely due to the fuel it was carrying, it was advised to fly several rounds over the city before returning to the departure airport.

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The A320 flew until the runway was clear Typical contract. This way, the plane can burn its fuel and then land at the desired weight. The machine finally reached runway 29. It has been grounded ever since. United Airlines Flight 325 returned safely to Bradley International Airport in Connecticut around 8:45 a.m. local time on Thursday, June 20, after the crew reported an abnormal noise. A United Airlines spokesperson said in a statement that the Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the matter AV Herald.