Plane diverts after when cockpit screens go blank

A United Airlines flight heading for Houston was forced to make an emergency landing in Dallas.

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27 thoughts on “Plane diverts after when cockpit screens go blank

  1. Anybody else noticed how fake news media likes to report on insignificant and common flight event situations after the original news about an airplane crash starts to fade away. Theres more than 3 thousand flights in the USA and everyday a percentage of those flights malfunction. Tires exploding. Engine flame out. Landing gear not deploying on and on. But for the sake of ratings instead of public service. Capitalism out of control.

  2. This was a VERY bad news report. It was a CRJ-200, not a Boeing. By adding in the information on the Boeing 737 Max in this story, it makes it sound like it was a 737, more specifically, a Boeing aircraft that had issues, when it wasn't. It also wasn't even technically on United Airlines. This is why the media sucks at aviation reporting.

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