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A flight bound for Dallas encounters a situation after taking off from San Juan  local

A flight bound for Dallas encounters a situation after taking off from San Juan local

An American Airlines plane, which took off this afternoon from San Juan bound for Dallas, encountered an unspecified situation, which is why it had to be diverted to Miami Airport.

Flight AAL2437 The plane took off from Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport at 4:50 p.m., and after flying in circles between Vega Baja and Manatee, it was finally diverted to Miami, where it was expected to land at 8:05 p.m.

This was stated by a press spokesman for Aerostar, the company that operates San Juan Airport Waba Digital It was the plane’s pilot who reported the situation a few minutes after it took off from San Juan.

For these purposes, Aerostar has deployed its own emergency team, in case it has to provide any type of response.

However, shortly after, the plane reported that it was able to control the situation and reroute the flight to Miami, where it will receive service and the airline will determine the steps to follow.

Citizens reported on social media that they saw the plane flying over the Vega Baja, Dorado and Manatee regions.

Aerostar stated that it was not receiving detailed information from the airline about the situation.

Aerostar’s statement regarding the American Airlines flight that reported an in-flight situation:

The pilot of an American Airlines flight bound for Dallas reported the situation a few minutes after takeoff from San Juan. For these purposes, Aerostar has deployed its own emergency team, in case it has to provide any type of response.

However, shortly after, the plane reported that it was able to control the situation and reroute the flight to Miami, where it will receive service and the airline will determine the steps to follow.

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Aerostar does not receive detailed information from the airline, so any additional information should be contacted directly by American Airlines.