United B789 at Tokyo on Jul 2nd 2020, leading edge flaps trouble
Last Update: July 3, 2020 / 20:38:43 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft remained on the ground for about 21.5 hours, then departed again but needed to return a third time for the same reason, see also Incident: United B789 at Tokyo on Jul 3rd 2020, leading edge flaps trouble.
The aircraft had already returned earlier the day due to the same problem, see Incident: United B789 at Tokyo on Jul 2nd 2020, leading edge flaps trouble.
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