Latam Flight Heading to Rome Returns to São Paulo After Maintenance Issue

The aircraft overflew Guarulhos International Airport for two hours before landing. Passengers were anxious.

By Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - A Latam Boeing 767 bound for Rome, Italy, was forced to return to Guarulhos International Airport (São Paulo) after an aircraft malfunction on Saturday, June 15th. The passengers were anxious.

According to information from one of the passengers aboard flight LA8110, Ana Paula Magalhães, just over 20 minutes after the plane took off, the captain reported an issue. To dump the fuel and be able to land again, the captain was forced to fly over the terminal for approximately two hours.

"I was very nervous. I spoke to a stewardess, and . . .

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