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Emergency landing in Genoa for a Lufthansa Avro RJ-100
Genoa, Italy - Because of a damage in the automatic landing system
Yesterday morning the pilot of a Lufthansa flight, during a technical transfer from Pisa to Florence, realized that the automatic landing system (ILS) was out of order and asked the control tower of the "Cristoforo Colombo" Airport in Genoa (North Italy) to make an emergency landing. Pisa airport was covered with fog and it was impossible to land in Florence. Anti-fire and health rescue means were...
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency