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The windshield of a plane flying from New York to Madrid was cracked: the plane was urgently turned around


Alina Prikhodko

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An American Airlines flight from New York to Spain landed safely at Boston's Logan International Airport due to a cracked windshield. According to NBC News, immediately after landing the plane was taken out of service for inspection.

Flight 94, bound for Madrid, took off from John F. Kennedy International Airport around 19:30 p.m. and was alerted at 21:45 p.m. for a problem with the windshield. According to according to FlightAware, the plane landed in Boston around 22 p.m.

American Airlines said the flight was diverted due to a “maintenance issue.” After a safe landing, the aircraft was taken out of service for inspection. The clients were given hotel accommodations for the night and transferred to another flight that would take them to Madrid.

“What happened shocked everyone,” admitted Nico Moreno, one of the passengers. “Nobody could believe it, and then when we landed they told us we would have to spend the night in Boston.”

“We do not want to disrupt our customers' plans in any way and apologize for any inconvenience caused,” the airline said. According to FlightAware, the alternate flight departed Boston on Thursday, February 29 at 16:00 p.m.

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