Emergency landing on Palermo on a Lufthansa flight from Malta to Frankfurt
The Lufthansa flight departing from Malta was directed to Palermo on Tuesday after the aircraft pilot noticed a mismatch in one of the engines.
The flight left Malta on Tuesday night to Frankfurt, Germany, which was scheduled to last about 2 hours and 40 minutes, but was soon forced to land.
However, the pilot landed shortly after requesting an emergency landing at Palermo’s Falcone & Volcelino Airport in Palermo, Sicily, after an unspecified mismatch was identified in one of the aircraft’s two engines.
According to the local newspaper La Sicilia, the flight – LH1311 – landed safely after 8 pm.
All passengers were successfully disembarked and another aircraft was dispatched to take them to Frankfurt.
https://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2022-07-13/local-news/Lufthansa-s-Malta-to-Frankfurt-flight-makes-emergency-landing-in-Palermo-6736244433 Emergency landing on Palermo on a Lufthansa flight from Malta to Frankfurt