Hawaiian Airlines flying from South Korea makes crisis landing at Midway Atoll

A Hawaii Airlines departure from South Korea made a crisis arrival at Midway Atoll on Friday because of a low oil pressure warning.

Authorities said around 5 hours and 45 minutes into the flight, the chief got the ready and chosen to redirect the airplane to Henderson Field on Sand Island at Midway Atoll out of a wealth of alert.

HA Flight 460 had left from Incheon International Airport at 9 p.m. SST on Thursday and was planned to show up in Honolulu on Friday.

A representative for Hawaiian Airlines said 67 travelers and 12 team individuals were installed.

Following the crisis arrival, Hawaiian Airlines said the airplane arrived without occurrence and a substitution plane was dispatched from Honolulu with a group of mechanics and team individuals.

The carrier said travelers were furnished with concealed haven, seats, a hot dinner, water and admittance to the cooled airplane.

Every visitor will likewise get travel credits and money pay, and will be offered inn facilities upon appearance on Oahu.

Hawaiian Airlines has since booked another flight, HA 8459, to proceed with the excursion to Honolulu, which will show up at 9 p.m.

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