Delta 767 Diverts to Glasgow After Engine Fire
On Feb. 10, a Delta 767-300ER departed Edinburg airport (EDI) as DL 209 bound for JFK. Just a few minutes into the flight, the right engine seems to have caught fire, with passengers also stating seeing a "streak of an unknown substance" on the wing. The crew reportedly made it to 10,000 feet before they started an emergency diversion to Glasgow (GLA). The crew shut the right engine off as well as the in flight entertainment, reportedly making for a eerily-quiet descent. The 7 hour flight wound up being a half hour long.
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