Emergency workers bracing at Ben-Gurion Airport as Eilat flight reports wheel problem

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September 27, 2015 18:11

 
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Emergency workers were bracing at Ben-Gurion Airport on Sunday evening as an Arkia plane flying from Eilat to Tel Aviv reported a wheel malfunction.

The flight, carrying 72 passengers, was due to land at the domestic Sde Dov Airport but due to the malfunction it was rerouted for an emergency landing at the larger Ben-Gurion Airport.

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