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Delta Airlines Flight Returns to Greenville Airport, Gear Malfunction

| July 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
Delta Canadair CRJ-200 jet

Delta Canadair CRJ-200 jet

A Delta Airlines jet headed for Atlanta (ATL) on Friday morning returned to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) shortly after takeoff due to a landing gear problem.

Delta Flight 4217 left GSP at 6:09 AM and pilots radioed shortly after takeoff that they were seeing a landing gear warning light on board the Canadair CRJ-200 plane. They then declared and emergency and rescue crews were scrambled at the airport as a precaution.

The aircraft returned and made a safe landing at 6:30 AM with no injuries reported.

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