TUIfly B738 near Brussels on Mar 13th 2022, hydraulic leak
Last Update: March 13, 2022 / 19:45:05 GMT/Zulu time
A ground observer reported the aircraft was losing fluid during the landing.
The occurrence aircraft is still on the ground in Brussels about 12 hours after landing.
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