Martin B744 at Amsterdam on Mar 26th 2020, rejected takeoff due to bang from cargo
Last Update: March 28, 2020 / 17:05:55 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft remained on the ground for about 3 hours, then departed for the flight.
Emergency Services were told by tower, the crew had advised they rejected takeoff due to a bang from the cargo hold caused by some "omgevallen koffers" (toppled suitcases).
Aircraft Registration Data
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