Thomas Cook Plane Makes Emergency Landing – Part Of Wing MISSING

A plane flying to Cuba with part of its wing missing was forced to land at Manchester airport with a broken wing after a low oil alert.

The Thomas Cook plane left for Holguin, Cuba shortly after midday on Monday but was forced to return to Manchester Airport just after 3pm . The plane, which was believed to have had 322 passengers on board, was pictured with the tip of its left wing missing after it carried out the emergency landing.A spokesman for Thomas Cook said the plane had suffered a “suspected technical fault” mid-air and had to return. In a statement, the airline said: “Safety always comes first and the aircraft will undergo a full safety check before returning to service.” Thomas Cook said it had arranged overnight accommodation for the passengers while the aircraft undergoes maintenance work.

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