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After The Pilot Reported A Fault Indication A Jet2 Plane Heading To Greece Was Forced To Make A U Turn

After the pilot reported a’minor malfunction indicator,’ a Jet2 plane travelling from Manchester to amber-list Greece was forced to make a U-turn over France this morning.
Before being ‘diverted,’ the passenger carrier took off about 5.20 a.m. and was scheduled to land in Kalamata at 11.55 a.m. local time.
Flight LS1765 turned around over northern France and returned to Manchester around 6.10 a.m., according to the aircraft tracking software Flight Radar.
The jet landed safely, according to Jet2, and passengers were transferred to another plane that would take them to Greece.
Before being ‘diverted,’ the passenger carrier took off about 5.20 a.m. and was scheduled to land in Kalamata at 11.55 a.m. local time.
Flight LS1765 turned around over northern France and returned to Manchester around 6.10 a.m., according to flight tracking software Flight Radar. A Jet2 plane traveling from Manchester to amber-list Greece this morning was forced to do a U-turn over France after the pilot alleged a’minor defect indicator’ (stock). MailOnline has asked Jet2 what the reported fault was.
‘Flight LS1765 from Manchester to Kalamata followed usual protocol and returned to Manchester Airport after the pilot reported a minor malfunction indication,’ a spokesman told MailOnline.
‘The plane landed safely, and passengers were moved to another plane.’
They are presently on their way to Kalamata for their vacation.
The Manchester Evening News was assured by an airport spokeswoman that there was “no cause for panic.”
When approached by MailOnline for comment, Manchester rejected.

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