Air Canada cites an engine issue, ruptured wheel for emergency landing in Madrid
Monday, 3 February 2020
A planned emergency landing by an Air Canada flight was prompted by "an engine issue," and the reported rupture of one of the aircraft's 10 tires, the airline said on Monday
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