An Airbus A330-200 passenger jet operated by British-based Thomas Cook Airlines aborted takeoff Monday afternoon after one its engines exploded during takeoff at Manchester Airport in England. Nobody was injured by the blast, but the incident left a jet full of Dominican Republic-bound passengers shaken and uncertain about their safety as airplane passengers. According to the Manchester Evening News, the 325 passengers aboard Thomas Cook flight TCX314 hear a loud bang as the airplane was headed down the runway at high speed 1 p.m. Manchester time. The jet was still on the ground and its pilots brought it to a ... Read More
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