Düsseldorf airport: emergency call from planes for the holidays!

Just in time for the fall holidays, the operation goes on Düsseldorf Airport picked up speed.

But for some people the arrival has stopped Düsseldorf Airport ready for a moment of shock. When they wanted to fly home from Turkey, problems arose.

Düsseldorf Airport: Tourist planes from Turkey cannot land

The incident occurred on Wednesday (September 28) when a SunExpress plane with around 200 passengers on board left Turkey Düsseldorf Airport he wanted to land.


This is the airport:

  • Opened on April 19, 1927
  • With around 25 million passengers, “Düsseldorf Airport” (DUS) is one of the top 3 busiest airports in Germany (after Frankfurt am Main and Munich).
  • 77 airlines connect it to over 200 destinations in around 55 countries
  • NRW’s most important airport, it has the tallest tower in Germany with a height of 87 meters

There was excitement at Düsseldorf airport about a system error during the trip. 8 icon picture) Photo: IMAGO / Panthermedia

About 600 meters above the ground, the pilot reported problems extending the landing flaps and the radio in the cockpit also went haywire.

The pilot makes an emergency landing in Cologne

To the “Herald of Aviation” According to the driver, the driver made an emergency call, withdrew the car due to the problems and took a lap. On the instructions of the air traffic control, the plane was then to take the route to Cologne / Bonn airport.


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About 30 minutes later, the Boeing 737 landed there 30 minutes unscheduled. Despite an abrupt landing at too high a speed, all passengers were unharmed. (nb)

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