UNITED Jet PLUNGES 20,000 Feet Over Atlantic Ocean
MAILONLINE.COM - A London-bound passenger plane had to divert to Canada while halfway across the Atlantic after dropping more than 20,000 feet.
Passengers said the aircraft suddenly 'dipped like a ferry' and cabin crew 'ran down the aisles' while the plane spent two hours flying back in the direction it came from.
Laming, 22, of Sittingbourne, Kent, said she watched in horror as
United Airlines staff leapt into action after United Airlines' Boeing
757 began losing height. click here to read more
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