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Volare Airlines flight makes emergency landing at Milan airport.

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An Airbus A320 operated by Volare Airlines was forced to make an emergency landing at Linate airport in Milan on Wednesday (10 August).

The aircraft was carrying 156 passengers and five crew members on a flight from Milan to Catania, Sicily.

According to officials the aircraft was forced to land at 1121 local time, not long after it had begun its ascent from Linate. The aircraft made its emergency landing after problems with its undercarriage were reported by the pilot.

No injuries were reported as a result of the incident, said The Associated Press.

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Date:Aug 11, 2005
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