U.S.-bound passengers stranded after emergency landing
Brussels Airlines flight 101 was en route from Brussels to New York on Friday when pilots issued a “pan-pan” message, which indicates a problem less serious than a “mayday,” when flying at 37,000 feet, aviation media and tracking websites said. Pilots of the 12-year-old Airbus A330-300 requested to divert to Shannon in western Ireland but switched to Dublin on instructions from the airline, according to Aviation Herald, an independent website which tracks airplane incidents. Lufthansa unit Brussels Airlines confirmed that the plane had diverted after an engine warning and said pilots had followed standard procedure.
U.S. passengers stranded after emergency landing – yahoo.com