Boeing Plane Makes Emergency Landing at LAX Over Technical Issue

See: FAA Finds “Unacceptable” Quality Control Issues During Boeing Audit

I keep thinking “didn’t I already report this story”?

But no.

These Boeing failures are just happening every day now.

New York Post:

An American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday night over a “possible mechanical issue,” according to KTLA.

The flight, which was arriving from Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, safely landed at LAX on Runway 25 around 8:45 p.m., an official from American Airlines told the outlet.

Passengers safely exited the Boeing aircraft through the jet bridge after the aircraft pulled into the gate.

There were no reports of injuries onboard, according to the outlet.

There were reports of a blown-out tire, but AA officials only cited the pilot’s claim of a “possible mechanical issue,” according to the outlet.


At least people weren’t flying around, and there wasn’t blood on the ceiling, as there was earlier this week.

Related: “Technical Event” in Boeing Plane Injures 50 Passengers – “People Were Flying Around – Blood was on the Ceiling”