United Strands Hundreds In Remote Goose Bay Canada For 20 Hours

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    United 958 was flying from Chicago O'Hare to London Heathrow on Friday, June 12, when it had to divert to Goose Bay, Canada, due to a mechanical issue. Fortunately, the plane landed and the passengers and crew are safe. The Daily Mail reports: "Hundreds of men, women and children have been abandoned at remote barracks in Canada for 20 hours so far after their United Airlines flight from Chicago to London made an emergency landing." For those that don't know, the town of Happy Valley - Goose Bay (population 7,500) is way out there. It's part of Labrador in extreme eastern Quebec. You've probably flown right over and never knew it. That's because it's the point at which you say good-bye to North America on your way to Europe. And the first point you see on the way back. The passengers are safe, whether they are cozy is another matter... The post United Strands Hundreds In Remote Goose Bay Canada For 20 Hours appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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