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United 777 Diverts To Midway Island

United 777 Diverts To Midway Island

A United Airlines Boeing 777 bound for Guam from Honolulu made a safe emergency landing on the former U.S. Army Air Force runway on Midway Island early Saturday after a report of a strange odor in the cabin. Midway is an ETOPs alternate for twin-engine airliners plying the western Pacific and it's owned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. FULL STORY

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