Tire alarm causes Air Berlin flight diversion
ERJ staff report (BC)
Salzburg, Austria – On 5 April Air Berlin flight AB-3222 from Münster (Germany) to Antalya (Turkey) diverted to Dresden due to a possible tire problem, reports Simon Hradecky of Aviation Herald.
The Boeing 737-800 was en route with 114 passengers about 30 nautical miles (55.6km) southeast of Dresden (Germany) when the crew decided to divert to Dresden due to a possible tire problem. The aircraft landed safely about 25 minutes later.
A replacement Boeing 737-800 reached Antalya with a delay of 90 minutes.
The affected aircraft resumed service 9.5 hours after landing in Dresden.
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