Eurowings flight #EW1100 from Dusseldorf to New York on 27 July 2018, operated by Brussels Airlines, stopped climbing at 20,000 feet just after crossing the Dutch border. The Airbus A340-300 registered OO-SCX descended to 14,000 feet and dumped fuel over the North Sea. The aircraft then returned to Dusseldorf where it landed about two hours after its take-off. The reason for the diversion is technical.
— 🛫✈️Nik’s News✈️🛬 (@NikPhillips666) July 27, 2018
Eurowings #EW1100 Dusseldorf to New York JFK (operated by Brussels Airlines Airbus A340-300 OO-SCX) stopped the climb at FL200, dumped fuel over the North Sea & returned to DUS at 1100UTC. Reason not yet known. https://t.co/3PCjPzStML | H/t @NikPhillips666 pic.twitter.com/cZQ1XOvlN0
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