A ČSA plane bound for Ljubljana, Slovenia was forced to turn back for an emergency landing at Prague’s Ruzyně Airport on Wednesday due to technical problems. The plane carrying twenty passengers and four crew turned back just 15 minutes after takeoff due to a suspected oil-leak in one of the motors. Although firefighters and ambulances were on standby, the plane landed safely on the airport’s main runway.
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