by Aviationer || Category: Airlines, Airplanes
The recently unveiled Air France A380 that was flying from New York Kennedy Airport (KJFK) to Paris (LFPG) was forced to land back to New York, just 90 minutes after it took off. It is said that a minor computer problem could make that happens.
“It was Friday 30th at night. After 90 minutes of normal flight, the airplane was obliged to go back to the departure airport, New York Kennedy. The airplane is brand new, and it’s breaking in. The minor computer trouble caused some lost of accuracy on navigation parameters” an Air France spokesman said.
The Air France A380, the largest double-decker ever, lift his flight a week ago (Friday 20th) from Paris Roissy-Charles de Gaulle to New York – J.F. Kennedy with more than 500 passengers onboard.
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