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American Airlines Phoenix to Hawaii Turned Around With Bad Gauge

American Airlines Phoenix to Hawaii Turned Around With Bad Gauge

An American Airlines plane at the Phoenix, Arizona, airport on Oct. 2, 2015. (Kathrine Martin/Dreamstime.com)

Friday, 22 June 2018 08:27 AM

An American Airlines flight from Phoenix, Arizona, to Hawaii turned around and returned to the airport because of a problem with an exhaust gas temperature gauge.

They say Flight 692 circled Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport a few times Thursday to burn off fuel so an emergency landing could be avoided.

The Boeing 757 with 185 passengers and six crew members aboard landed safely.

American spokesman Ross Feinstein says passengers were being transferred to another plane that was scheduled to arrive early Friday in Honolulu.

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