Emergency landing of helicopter


NATO apache made emergency landing before reaching Aberdeen airport

April 7. An American Apache attack helicopter made an emergency landing on the outskirts of Aberdeen, Scotland.

A few minutes before the emergency landing. The pilot of the helicopter conveyed to the airport Aberdeen about the situation, and the emergency services of the latter were fully alerted, however, until the proposed landing site the helicopter did not fly and his pilot was forced to make a landing in the open field.

At the moment, the causes of the incident are not disclosed, but it became known that the most likely cause was mechanical damage to one of the main nodes. During the emergency, none of the two people aboard the combat helicopter was injured, but the combat vehicle itself is still at the landing site. 



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