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Boeing 737 on Santorini-Brussels Route Makes Emergency Landing in Belgrade

BELGRADE — A Boeing 737 of TUI airlines that took off from the Greek island of Santorini for Brussels on Thursday had to make an emergency landing, the management of Belgrade's "Nikola Tesla" international airport said.

The Belgian aircraft had mechanical issues and landed at 13:50 local time, Belgrade airport authorities said. They added that all 80 passengers and 6 crew left the aircraft safely and were awaiting TUI's directions to continue to Belgium.

According to Serbian news reports, the aircraft reported a fuel leak while flying over Tuzla in Bosnia and requested permission to land in Belgrade.

(ANA-MPA/N. Pelpas) 

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