CSA plane forced to make emergency landing
A CSA passenger plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Hamburg airport on Wednesday after reporting engine problems. None of the twenty passengers and four member crew aboard the OK 547 Hamburg-Prague flight were injured. The pilot of the two-engine propeller plane reported engine problems and asked to turn back for an emergency landing after twenty minutes in the air. The plane is undergoing a thorough technical check to determine the cause of the problem. All twenty passengers were taken to Prague on the next flight out.