Korean Air flight to Israel makes emergency landing

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October 5, 2010 23:22

 
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A plane owned by Korean Air that was heading to Israel Tuesday evening was force to make an emergency landing in Istanbul after a pilot discovered cracks in the airplane's windshield, Israel Radio reported.

Korean Air has put up the passengers on the flight in hotels near the airport free-of-charge, as well as booking hotel rooms for 100 passengers in Israel at Tel Aviv hotels after their flight to Korea was delayed by the plane's emergency landing.

The plane is now schedule to arrive in Israel tomorrow morning with all its passengers after its windshield is replaced.

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