Passengers evacuated TWICE from Uruguayan airline

Passengers evacuated TWICE from Uruguayan airlineRex


It's bad enough being moved from one plane to another once... but twice? Patience was probably wearing thin.

Passengers on a flight with Uraguayan airline, Pluna, were evacuated from two planes before they'd even taken off.

In a statement, the airline said passengers had boarded a flight from Montevideo, Buenos Aires, only to be told to disembark following a technical problem in the fuel system.

According to news.com.au, firefighters were even brought to the scene.

The passengers were put on another plane, but the pilot then aborted take-off because of strange smell, which was subsequently thought to be odour from a recent maintenance.

Travellers were put on another plane and, finally, successfully took off.

Well, they do say third time lucky...


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