WATCH: This coast-to-coast flight was forced to make an emergency stop in Denver after the wing started falling apart midair
· Feb 21, 2024 · NottheBee.com

Another day, another near-miss in the woke airline industry.

United Flight 354 from San Francisco to Boston took off on schedule Tuesday and everything seemed to be going just fine — that is, until passengers were informed that they'd have to make an emergency stop in Denver.

One passenger, David Clarke, who was sitting near the wing, decided to open up the blind on his window to see if he could get a look at what the problem was.

We take off, I heard this loud buzzing noise, and then it faded away so I didn't think much of it and all of a sudden the pilot is coming back, so I threw my window open, peeked out the window and the whole leading edge of the wing was destroyed.

Here's what Clarke saw:

 

 

Yeah, that would give me nightmares for years.

The pilot took some photos of that busted wing, sent it to the guys on the ground, and was told, yeah, get that plane down on the ground in Denver, pronto.

But yo, sidebar: What is going on with planes these days?!?!

Like…

That's way too many stories for this to be normal.

I mean, do the powers that be not want us flying anymore or something so they're just sabotaging 757s? Call me a conspiracy theorist, but it can't all be DEI nonsense ... can it?

Anyhow, the passengers were all safely deboarded in Denver and were able to board another plane to Boston. They eventually arrived in Boston, though they were three hours behind schedule.

'United flight 354 diverted to Denver yesterday afternoon to address an issue with the slat on the wing of the aircraft,' a United spokesperson told FOX Business. 'The flight landed safely and we arranged for a different aircraft to take customers to their destination, which has since arrived in Boston.'

Glad they made it home, and glad they got that plane down in Denver.

Until next time (tomorrow probably), this is the latest broken-down airplane story we got for ya.


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