United Flight Charlotte-Houston Emergency: Diverts to Atlanta

United Flight Charlotte-Houston Emergency: Diverts to Atlanta

In the last few moments, a United Airlines flight from Charlotte to Houston that chose to divert to Atlanta has declared an emergency.

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N76528 is the Boeing 737-800 operating this flight.

Updates: United Flight Charlotte-Houston Emergency: Diverts to Atlanta…


This is a developing story. Updates below.

United Flight Charlotte-Houston Emergency: Diverts to Atlanta

UPDATE #1 @ 1253 UK time – United Airlines flight UA575, originally bound for Houston from Charlotte, is holding at 7,000 feet to the east of Atlanta at the moment. It is unclear what the reason for the emergency is.

United Flight Charlotte-Houston Emergency: Diverts to Atlanta

UPDATE #2 @ 1255 UK time – UA575 looks to be turning onto final at ATL following it’s emergency broadcast a few moments ago.

United Flight Charlotte-Houston Emergency: Diverts to Atlanta

UPDATE #3 @ 1301 UK time – TOUCHDOWN! United Airlines flight UA575, originally bound for Houston from Charlotte, has appeared to have touched down safely into Atlanta following it’s emergency broadcast during diversion.

As per data from Planespotters.net, N76528 is a 13.2 year old Boeing 737-800 that was delivered to the airline brand new in August 2011.

Of the 737-800 variant, the U.S based carrier has 141 of them in the fleet, of which 131 are in active service and 10 are parked, offering an average fleet age of 20.0 years.

Total, the airline has an extensive fleet of 868 aircraft.

As soon as we have more information pertinent to the cause of the emergency, then we will update this article accordingly with the relevant timestamps.

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