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American Airlines Flight’s Hard Landing: Six Suffer injured 

American Airlines Flight's Hard Landing: Six Suffer injured 

On Saturday, an American Airlines aircraft made a hard landing at Kahului Airport in Hawaii, injuring one passenger as well as five flight attendants.

In a statement, American Airlines said that “American Airlines flight 271 with service from Los Angeles (LAX) to Maui (OGG) experienced an issue upon landing in OGG.” “The aircraft deplaned normally as it taxied to the gate on its own.” american airlines flight hard landing


The six injured individuals were taken to a hospital and afterward released. Seven crew members and 167 passengers were on board the airplane. The American Airlines Airbus A320 “made a hard landing” on an airport runway at approximately 2:00 p.m. local time, according to an FAA statement. 

The airline said that Flight 271 from Los Angeles International Airport “had an issue upon landing.” “The aircraft taxied to the gate under its own power and customers deplaned normally.”


Based on data from the National Weather Service, the weather on Maui at the time was partly cloudy and windy, with a temperature of about 80 degrees. hard landing american airlines The airline declared, “Our top priority is the safety of our customers and team members.”According to the FAA, the incident’s cause is being looked investigated.

About 79 minutes ahead of time, at 12:47 p.m., the flight was supposed to arrive, according to the Maui airport. Data from the flight-tracking website FlightAware and reports from Kahului indicate that the aircraft taxied at LAX for more than an hour before taking off.




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