A Virgin Atlantic jet bound for Las Vegas is making an emergency landing at Gatwick Airport after developing a problem with its landing gear.
Authorities say no one was injured when a small plane with two people aboard made an emergency landing on a wide boulevard near Henderson Executive Airport.
Flight crew feared possible fuel leak and returned to McCarran 13 minutes after takeoff. None of the 126 people on board were hurt.
Federal aviation officials are investigating emergency landing in Las Vegas last weekend of a New York-bound aircraft that circled for almost four hours after the pilot reported a hydraulic system failure.
A JetBlue plane departing from Las Vegas and heading toward New York suffered severe mechanical issues, resulting in a flight some passengers called “four hours of hell.”
Tense moments on a flight from New York to Las Vegas when a JetBlue airliner had to make an emergency landing in Amarillo, Texas