Authorities investigating after Link Airways flight forced to return to Canberra Airport for emergency landing

Steve Evans
Updated November 10 2022 - 6:51pm, first published 11:48am
The projectile pierced the plane's fuselage. Pictures supplied
The projectile pierced the plane's fuselage. Pictures supplied

Passengers on a Link Airways flight screamed in horror when an object from the propeller pierced the fuselage as it took off. They then spent 10 minutes in terror in the air with the hole in the side of the aircraft.

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Steve Evans

Steve Evans


Steve Evans is a reporter on The Canberra Times. He's been a BBC correspondent in New York, London, Berlin and Seoul and the sole reporter/photographer/paper deliverer on The Glen Innes Examiner in country New South Wales. "All the jobs have been fascinating - and so it continues."

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