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British Airways pilot mistakenly lands in Scotland instead of Germany

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https://www.tori.ng/userfiles/image/2019/mar/27/British%20Airways.JPG

Passengers on a British Airways flight from London's City Airport to Dusseldorf in Germany were met with a surprise Monday morning when their plane touched down Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland

The travel error happened because of an incorrectly filed flight plan, leading both the pilot and cabin crew to believe the flight was bound for Edinburgh.

The flight was operated by German leasing company WDL Aviation on behalf of the British Airways subsidiary airline BA City Flyer. The incorrect flight plan was filed at WDL Aviation's offices in Germany.

After landing in Edinburgh, the plane took off a second time for Dusseldorf.

One of the passengers, Zsofia Szabo told CNN she realised something wasn't right when she saw mountains outside the plane, instead of the "unsual German industrial landscape"

SOURCE: https://www.tori.ng

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They should thank God it's correctable. What if it leads to clash what will you do?

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I think this is privilege for passengers that didn't know Scotland before i.e free flight to Scotland

http://forumfiles.ru/files/001a/13/1d/50487.jpg

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@justp_45 you are right :D

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I will even pray that the pilot make another and take us to US and another mistake again, take us to DUBAI... :D

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I think this is a sweet mistake that gives passengers opportunity to visit another country free of charge

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but you guys love free things :D

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