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Sunwing Aircraft Forced to Shutdown an Engine Mid-air

After experiencing problems after taking off from Toronto, a Sunwing aircraft was forced to shut down one of its engines in mid-flight.

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After experiencing problems after taking off from Toronto, a Sunwing aircraft was forced to shut down one of its engines in mid-flight.
The Boeing 737, registered as WG732, was en route to Montego Bay on Friday at about 12 p.m. when the aircraft reported low oil pressure, the airline said in a statement.
In order to return to Toronto, the pilots had to turn off one of the aircraft’s two engines.

FlightRadar24 reports that the aircraft made a U-turn while it was south of Pittsburgh. Just before noon, it touched down at Toronto Pearson International Airport without incident.
A new aircraft is being readied to transfer all passengers to Montego Bay later this afternoon, according to a statement from Sunwing. “The aircraft is currently being investigated by maintenance crews,” the airline said.

CTV News Toronto reported that “maintenance crews are now looking into the aircraft, and a new aircraft is being prepared to fly all passengers to Montego Bay later this afternoon.” We express our gratitude to our consumers for their understanding and patience throughout this unanticipated circumstance.

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The jet was met by fire and rescue personnel when it landed, the Greater Toronto Airport Authority said in a statement.

There were no reported injuries.

 

Prabhnoor Kaur

 

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