Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Air Malta's flight to London-Gatwick returns back for technical reasons

An Air Malta Airbus A320-200 (9H-AEK), performing flight KM-116 from Malta IAP and London-Gatwick (U.K.), was enroute at FL360 about 130-nm northwest of Palermo (Italy), over the Tyrrhenian Sea, when the crew decided to return to Malta due to a cracked windshield The flight took-off from Malta IAP around 0850lt and re-landed normally around 1025lt. Flight KM-116 took-off again from Malta IAP at around 1210lt, operated by another A320 (9H-AEP).