Southwest Boeing 737 Max makes emergency landing at Orlando airport

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News. Despite the worldwide grounding of all seven thirty seven max planes. Amac's eight was in the air yesterday and was forced to make an emergency landing. Corwin Hake is here to tell us what happened engine. Trouble reportedly forced the crew of a Southwest Airlines. Seven thirty-seven max to declare an emergency shortly after takeoff from Orlando international airport in Florida. Yes, the max fleet is grounded but fill the bowl with CNBC. Says this was not a commercial flight. It was very Floyd to be stored in victorville, California that we're south west is parking these planes while they originally grounded by the FAA, the emergency landing was apparently had nothing to do with issues that grounded the max line a statement from Southwest Airlines says pilots reported a performance issue with one of the engines shortly after take off the Stephen goes on to say the crew followed protocol and safely landed back at the airport. There were no passengers

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