Delta Air Lines 767 to Atlanta Holds Over Sao Paulo with Issue

Delta Air Lines 767 to Atlanta Holds Over Sao Paulo with Issue
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It has emerged that a Delta Air Lines Boeing 767 bound for Atlanta is holding over it’s departure field of Sao Paulo with an in-flight issue.

N832MH is the aircraft in question operating this flight.

Follow below for live updates…

Live Emergency Updates: Delta Air Lines DL270 Sao Paulo-Atlanta…


Delta Air Lines 767 to Atlanta Holds Over Sao Paulo with Issue
5 days 1 hr ago15/05/24

Welcome!

Welcome to the live coverage of this emergency. Updates will begin to follow in the next few minutes.

5 days 1 hr ago15/05/24

About N832MH…

As per Planespotters, N832MH, the aircraft operating the affected DL270 Sao Paulo-Atlanta flight, is a 23.7 year old Boeing 767-400 that was delivered to Delta Air Lines in September 2000.

Of the 767-400 variant, DL has 21 of them in their fleet.

Furthermore, of that 21, all but two are in active service, offering an average fleet age of 23.4 years.

5 days 1 hr ago15/05/24

Hold Exited…

Delta Air Lines 767 to Atlanta Holds Over Sao Paulo with Issue

After over an hour in the air, DL270 has exited it’s hold to the north of the airport and looks to be coming in for an emergency landing.

The cause of this incident is still unknown at this present time.

5 days 1 hr ago15/05/24

Short Final…

Delta Air Lines 767 to Atlanta Holds Over Sao Paulo with Issue

DL270 is on short final into Sao Paulo, passing through 5,700 feet.

5 days ago15/05/24

TOUCHDOWN!

TOUCHDOWN! Delta Air Lines flight DL270, originally bound for Atlanta, has appeared to have landed back into it’s departure field of Sao Paulo following an unknown issue onboard the aircraft.

As soon as we have more information pertinent to this incident, then we will update you accordingly.

For now, this remains a developing story until we get the cause of the return back to the Brazilian airport.

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