NEWARK, N.J.: An American Airways Boeing 737 Max made an emergency touchdown Friday afternoon in Newark, New Jersey, after pilots observed a doable downside with an engine oil strain indicator.
An airline spokeswoman mentioned the aircraft from Miami landed safely and taxied to the gate underneath its personal energy. She mentioned there have been no accidents among the many 95 passengers and 6 crew members.
The Boeing Max was grounded worldwide for almost two years after two crashes that killed 346 folks. Investigators have centered on a flight-control system, not the engines.
Federal regulators permitted modifications Boeing made modifications to the flight system, and American resumed flying its Max jets in late December. Since then, United and Alaska Airways have put passengers on Max planes, and Southwest Airways plans to renew flights with the planes subsequent week.
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